Are You A Good Listener?

One of the major challenges of today’s world is listening. How good a listener are you?


If you are on a conscious path of spiritual growth, you know how important it is to ask God for help when you need it. This is desirable and good. For you all depend on God (or upon whatever you perceive God to be) for everything, including your physical survival and well-being. And God is always listening.

But it also works the other way around. How well do you listen to God? And why is that so important?

If you’re reading this, you have come to Planet Earth at this time for a specific reason. That reason is to help your struggling sisters and brothers find their reason for coming—and to remember who they are.

On this journey you, at your soul level, have chosen, you need guidance from Spirit. Whether that comes from God, your spirit guides or angels, it matters not.

What does matter is that you ask for guidance. And then, equally important, you listen for the answers. Be assured they will come.

It is only by listening to God, Spirit that you will be guided well and fulfill your reason for being here.

Copyright © 2020 by John Cali and Berna Copray
Edited by Berna Copray


This video is based on the Old Testament’s two Books of Samuel. Although the teaching is obviously biblical, it contains some good, practical advice on listening to God.

Please share your thoughts with us in the comments below.


4 Responses

  1. George Ball

    Hi John. Yes, I make a point of listening to Spirit every evening. It works well by my getting Spirit’s message through Albert Schweitzer. I type each message on my computer. Love, George

    • John Cali

      That’s a great practice you have, George. Spirit speaks to us in many ways.
      Love, John

  2. Sandra J Cronin

    Thank you for this message,John. Such good and appropriate advice especially in “these times”.

    • John Cali

      You’re most welcome, Sandra. And thank you for taking the time to comment. We appreciate that!

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