John Cali

I started having this dream long before I moved to Wyoming. The dream ranch feels like my brother Paul’s “real” ranch in Wyoming — it has the same peaceful, yet powerful, energy. (I had visited Paul’s ranch many times before moving to Wyoming.)

As the dream started recurring regularly I began noticing a mystical, even magical theme running through it.

In the dream I’m wandering around Paul’s ranch in the foothills of the Absaroka Mountains when I get the urge to travel to another dimension.

So I climb up one particular mountain, the same one every time. At the summit is a narrow passage suddenly opening up into a shining otherworldly panorama. It’s the same view every time.

The beautiful valley below is filled with lakes and rivers, and surrounded by towering snow-capped mountains. The air is cool, the sky blue, the rivers and lakes sparkling, as a gentle breeze caresses this idyllic, peaceful scene. The sun shines brightly on the fragrant green grass carpeting the valley floor. The tall trees are green and amber, casting their eerily bright light over the entire valley.

I wander around drinking in the beauty and energy of the place. When I leave the valley I feel a deep sense of peace and bliss that lasts even after I awaken from the dream.

This has happened so many times over the years that the dream ranch in the valley seems very real to me. I can go there in the dream state almost whenever I wish.

Here’s Spirit.
Spirit

You all have a “dream ranch” you can go to anytime you wish. It may not take the same form as in John’s dream. But it will be just as “real.”

What is “real” anyway? As we see it, whatever you create is real. You do, after all, create your dreams, just as you create your waking experiences. Your dreams often seem so real that when you awaken, the physical world seems more like a dream than the dream itself does.

You may not be consciously aware of it, but you are all multidimensional. You live in many worlds at once. Time becomes irrelevant. Space becomes irrelevant. Your consciousness is free to roam wherever you wish to go.

However, because you often do not believe this, you usually restrict your interdimensional travelling to your dreams.

The point we want to make here is that no matter how difficult (or easy) your experiences in the “real” world of physicality, they are only a part of your total being’s experience — and a very small part at that.

You are all far greater and grander than these physical bodies you see in the mirror. You have far greater power than you ever imagined. Your life on planet earth is an experience you, at the soul level, chose before you incarnated. And it’s supposed to be fun and joyful, even in the midst of hefty challenges and difficult experiences.

The challenges and difficulties will seem less daunting when you fully realize you live in other dimensions beyond earth. And you have access to those dimensions, certainly in the dream state.

Meditation is another powerful way you can travel to other places, back to the world of Spirit you came from.

When you are tired and weary, give yourselves some respite. Take a break. Travel back to the world of Spirit. When you return to the physical world you will feel refreshed and re-energized, as John does when he returns from his Magic Mountain Ranch.

You all have a Magic Mountain Ranch you can go to whenever you want. All is well.