The Great Realisation

posted in: Blog, channeling, life purpose | 6

For those of you thinking we misspelled our title above, bear with us. (Of course, if you’re British, there’s no misspelling.)


If you could see into your future, what would you see? For yourself? For your world?

Of course, the future does not exist. You create what you call “future” only in your present moments.

But let’s pretend you can see the future. How do you suppose, in 100 years, you would look back on this year you call 2020? (Of course, the “past” is no more real than the “future.”

You are all living in a time of transformation—radical transformation. You are all aware of that, sometimes painfully aware.

This transformation could also be called realization. We would define realization as a return to the awareness of who you are and why you are here now.

This is global shift. As often with such shifts, there are “growing pains.” But we want to assure you this time of transformation is a good time, despite appearances. It is a time of a return to your “roots”—who you are and why you are here.

You’ve heard some spiritual leaders describe this as a return to the golden age. This is a time of coming together, for all humanity, for all that is. A time all that is is returning to the memory of wholeness, oneness, and healing.

This is a time to celebrate. You are all returning to the home you never really left, except in your imagination.

All is well.

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


We recently came across a company called Tomfoolery. It’s an interesting organization with an unusual message. This is one of their videos with a hauntingly timely message for the challenging, chaotic times we’re living in today. (Plus, you’ll also see why we “misspelled” our title above.)

Please share your thoughts with us in the comments below.


6 Responses

  1. Teresa

    Beautiful ….let’s hope the good stays

    Thanks for sharing

  2. Pat

    Thank you, John. I’ve seen this video before and shared it. I love it. Seems strange now how what we’re going through, the great realization, could be shared as a bedtime story. Take care, my friend, and be well and safe.

    • John Cali

      You’re most welcome, Pat.

      I agree — it does seem strange that what we’re seeing in world now could some day be a bedtime story.
      Who knows?

      You be well and safe too, Pat.

  3. George Ball

    Yes, that’s a great mind-opening story. Thanks. Love, George

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