Monthly Archives: January 2008

posticon Your Power Is Now by John Cali

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One of the most frequent questions Spirit and I get goes something like this: How can I be free of my past traumas and all the negative feelings accompanying those traumas? The questions are usually more specific, but you get the general idea.

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So many folks feel imprisoned, or at least restricted, by their past. And it can be the past of this lifetime or of other lifetimes. Seemingly, the past affects everything in their present — physical health, relationships, work, financial abundance, etc.… Read more

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Many of you probably know Wells Fargo was, in the USA’s early frontier days, a stage coach company. Founded in 1852, they became part of the legend and romance of the Old West. Over the years they’ve undergone many changes, and today they’re one of the USA’s largest banks.

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Now, you might be wondering what on earth Wells Fargo has to do with this newsletter’s focus. Well, nothing, at least directly. But there was an article last week in our local newspaper, The Cody Enterprise, about one of the town’s banks being taken over by Wells Fargo.… Read more

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posticon Clutter by John Cali

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My ancient laptop computer died recently. So I bought a new one.

As I thought about all the software and data files I had to transfer, I realized it would be a daunting task. Not the transfer itself — that would be easy — but the “computer clutter” I’d accumulated over time.

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Some of that stuff I hadn’t used, or even seen, in years.

When I moved to Wyoming some years back, I decided to simplify and “de-clutter” my life.… Read more

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posticon God and Felix by John Cali

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After last week’s newsletter article, “Eve of Destruction,” I thought we’d do something lighter this week.

I grew up in a family of Sicilian immigrants in rural New York State. As you’d expect, we were all Roman Catholics. Those were the days when the Catholic Church was pretty strict and conservative. Having grown up in that era, I clearly see the positive changes in the church over the years, although I am no longer Catholic. But back then, in the church I remember, it was a pretty bleak and joyless environment.… Read more

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