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posticon What Does It Feel Like To Channel Spirit? by John Cali

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Image credits People often ask me, particularly when we do private readings, what it feels like to channel Spirit. Good question. I had never given the question much thought till recently when, for whatever reason, more folks have been asking it. People have told me, over the years, when I’m channelling Spirit’s energy is very different from my energy. They’ve … Continue reading


posticon Are You Challenged By Change? by John Cali

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When I was younger I dreaded change of any kind, big or small. I felt threatened by it, as if my world was about to come crashing down around me. I deal with change much more easily now. In fact, I welcome it. Many years ago I had a secretary who, when confronted with change, would be almost literally paralyzed … Continue reading


posticon Is Fear of Food Ruling Your Life? John Cali

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While the mainstream news media mostly focus on “bad” news, occasionally they will come out with something positive. The other day I read an article talking about all the scientific studies done over the years on the link between food and cancer. Since this is the holiday season, when food plays a larger-than-normal role in our lives, I thought this … Continue reading


posticon Is It Possible the World Really Will End on December 21? by John Cali

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Today is December 1. Just 20 days from now, on December 21, we and our world will be destroyed. Or so the doomsayers, including Hollywood, say. As “coincidence” would have it, December 21 is also the beginning of winter in the northern hemisphere—the darkest day of the year. There are folks who believe the end is at hand because they … Continue reading


posticon If You Never Quit You Will Always Be A Winner by John Cali

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Ever since I was a teenager I wanted to be a writer. But I didn’t think I had the talent. When I was in college Rod, an older cousin of mine who happened to be a senior editor at Newsweek Magazine, read an article I’d written for one of my classes. He said it was very good, and I was … Continue reading


posticon What Is God? by John Cali

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Have you ever asked yourself that question? I have, many times. I grew up in the Roman Catholic tradition. We were taught God was a loving father, and also a harsh judge. We had this confusing notion of a divine being whose love or wrath would engulf us, depending on whether we did his “will” or not. Heaven was our … Continue reading


posticon Can You Accept Your Life Exactly As It Is Right Now? by John Cali

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Many years ago I had a dear friend who was about the unhappiest person I’ve ever known. Charlie (not his real name) was a successful businessman. But his personal and family relationships were rocky. Charlie’s problem, simply stated, was people. He just could not accept most people as they were. He was an expert at finding something wrong with them. … Continue reading


posticon The Power of Gratitude by John Cali

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Today is Thanksgiving Day in the United States. It happens the fourth Thursday of every November, and is a national celebration of gratitude for all our blessings. Other countries also have national days of thanksgiving. As a human race we have a tendency to focus on all the things going “wrong” with our world. But, as my spirit guides often … Continue reading


posticon What Are Coincidences? by John Cali

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A couple nights ago I had an unusual dream. In the dream I was visiting my hometown in New York State. I don’t remember the details, but I do remember the feeling and the energy of the dream. It was one of the most peaceful dreams I’ve ever had. The next morning when I checked my email there was a … Continue reading


posticon Is It Time To Take Inventory of Your Life? by John Cali

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The ancient Greek philosopher Socrates said “The unexamined life is not worth living.” That’s a pretty strong statement. When I first heard it, years ago, I did not accept it. But now I see the wisdom in it. So every now and then I take inventory of my life and my work. Not in a critical or judgemental way, but … Continue reading