Monthly Archives: September 2006

posticon Multi-Tasking by John Cali

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So many of us in today’s world are feeling hassled and pressured to do more and more, and faster and faster. Time becomes the curse of our lives — there’s never enough of it. Or so it seems.

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The other day I was talking to an old friend I’ve known all my life. He’s retired and can pretty much do as he pleases with his time. But he was complaining that his life is far too busy. He said some days he spends as much as six hours or more on the phone.… Read more

posticon Action Versus Allowing by John Cali

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In this week’s newsletter article, John and Spirit do a follow-up to last week’s article. Most of us are taught from infancy to always be doing. And yet the most masterful manifestors don’t do much at all. They simply allow what they’ve asked for to manifest in their lives — and it happens easily and effortlessly.

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Alan Cohen is a favorite author of mine. He’s one of those rare teachers who speaks fully from his heart and can uplift and inspire us with just a few words.… Read more

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My dear friend, Helen Halton, sent us a letter in response to several of our recent newsletters. Here are some excerpts from her letter, followed by Spirit’s response.

I am in a great re-examination of all my beliefs. It is a very unsettling and interesting experience!

I am also in a quandary about activism — what do I let BE, and what do I react to? Do I go out and march for Peace? Or do I stay home and create Peace in my heart?… Read more

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When I was growing up, we kids were urged to always prepare for “rainy days.” In other words, expect the worst. I’m sure many of you grew up with that same perspective.

Many years later, when I was finally getting serious about my spiritual path, I remember reading or hearing someone say “If you prepare for a rainy day, you’re sure to get one.” You’ve probably heard that one too.

All this reminds me of something the famous American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, once said: The thing always happens that you really believe in; and the belief in a thing makes it happen.… Read more

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