Monthly Archives: April 2005

posticon Now Is All You Have by John Cali

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About 25 years ago, when I first got serious about my spiritual path, I read all the Seth books. If you’re not familiar with Seth, he’s a spirit guide channeled by the late Jane Roberts in Upstate New York. Over the years, Jane and her husband, Rob Butts, produced many wonderful books of Seth’s far-reaching wisdom.

While some of Seth’s teachings went beyond my intellectual grasp, most of them resonated deeply with me.

I came away from reading and re-reading Seth’s books many times over the years with three major concepts.… Read more

posticon The Sounds of Morning Thunder by John Cali

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I’ve had an incredibly busy and sometimes challenging past two weeks. So this week I’m doing something I almost never do any longer.

I’ve reviewed an old newsletter I wrote many years ago, when Spirit and I were first starting to “go public.” But I think it’s still timely, especially following on the heels of last week’s newsletter, All Is Well.

Spirit will be back with us next week.

The Sounds of Morning Thunder
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It’s early morning as I sit here writing this.… Read more

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posticon All Is Well by John Cali

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These past few months, I’ve had a surge in letters and calls from our readers, friends, family, and others facing serious challenges in their lives.

Spirit is always reminding us the energies on our planet have never been more intense than right now. Hence many of us are undergoing huge changes, like it or not.

Changes in relationships, in physical and emotional health, in spiritual growth, in finances, in careers — you name it, and I’ve heard it here lately.… Read more

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One of the many things I love about living in Wyoming is the weather. It’s constantly changing.

In the winter we can get surprisingly warm days, sometimes after weeks of sub-zero temperatures. Especially when the warm Chinook winds blow down out of the western mountains.

In the summer we can get surprisingly cold days. I remember more than one snowy July out here.

And, of course, the wild winds of Wyoming are a near-constant fact of life.

I love the winds, the four seasons, and the constantly changing weather.… Read more

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