Another New Beginning By John Cali

Here we are at the beginning of another new year. What’s so special about New Year’s Day? Well, probably not much.

My spirit guides, as many of you know, don’t generally predict the future. But they did say recently 2013 would be a much easier year for those on a conscious path of spiritual growth.

Here is exactly what they said (to my partner Barbara):
For those of you who have been working diligently on yourselves, 2013 will be a year of peace and joy.”

I think the one of the best pieces of advice I’ve ever seen is what Richard Bach said many years ago:
Your only obligation in any lifetime is to be true to yourself.”

I love that, and I’ve done my best to make it my daily motto. It pretty much covers all the other resolutions, promises, goals most of us aspire to. It’s a great way to make another new beginning—a very simple and all-encompassing new year resolution.

Here’s an article we wrote years ago about new beginnings, titled, appropriately, A New Beginning.

Happy New Year to all of you! May 2013 bring you all the abundance, joy, and love you’ve asked for. You deserve it all—you can have it all!


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A New Beginning


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12 Responses

  1. ReneMcCoy

    I like making resolutions and goals on a yearly, monthly, and weekly basis. It keeps me focused, and I can still check within to see what I want to do now. I know that I’ll eventually get everything done or I’ll cross it off the list.

  2. Jerry

    Thanks so much John and Spirit. This past year and especially the past few days of the year, I have felt such massive changes in consciousness, it is beyond words. I know many people, including myself, expected more external changes in the physical world. But all expectations must first be believed and then the belief will manifest it. Manifesting from the world of spirit (thought) to the physical (matter),requires us to believe it will be so.

    As we use the “I Am’ of our self, we will have it all!!

    Love and hugs for all,

    • John Cali

      Thanks very much, Jerry. I’ve also felt those massive changes in consciousness. As Chief Joseph often says, “All is as it should be.”

      Happy New Year!

      Love & hugs,

  3. Silvy

    Ah! What a nice message from Chief Joseph to start 2013 🙂 I truly desire to have a year full of joy and dreams coming true:) Thank you John and many blessings to you and your loved ones. 🙂

  4. Sarah Drury

    Firstly can I wholeheartedly wish you, john, barbara, spirit and everyone here a happy, peaceful, loving and joyous 2013!
    Rather than make traditional resolutions I have made a commitment to working each day on a creative visualisation process as outlined by Abraham-Hicks, and, of course, the meditation!
    May this year be full of joy for everyone!

  5. Corine

    Thanks John, so good to hear that CJ said that the coming year will be much easier ! I already had the feeling that 2013 would be better because my inner voice told me that but now it’s acknowledged !

    I wish both you and Barbara all the joy and happiness for the coming year !

    Love and hugs,


    • John Cali

      Thank you very much, Corine! I have a really good feeling about this year — I hope CJ is right (though I’m sure he is). 🙂

      Love and hugs,

  6. Sarah

    Excellent news 🙂 I’ve been saying over and over these last few days that 2013 is going to be a jolly good year. I can feel it in my bones haha.

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