Stuart Wilde: 1946—2013 by John Cali

One of my all-time favorite spiritual teachers is Stuart Wilde. Stuart died May 1, three weeks ago yesterday. He became a legend in his own lifetime.

So I wanted to publish this short post as a tribute to a man who gave so much of himself and his wisdom to the world. He will not be soon forgotten.

This first video is Stuart talking about silent power.


This next video is a tribute to Stuart called Stuart Wilde: A Remarkable Life.

Godspeed, Stuart!


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10 Responses

  1. Maria

    Thank you so much for this post. I am very grateful for Stuart Wilde blessing all of us and the generations to come with living inspiration and the energy of divine truth. I shall not forget. 🙂

    • John Cali

      Thanks very much, Maria. Stuart was, and still is, a blessing and inspiration to us all.

  2. Conshana

    In our estimation, God calls Home the most beautiful people, long before their time~!
    A Short Rest, then come again – there’s more work yet to be done~!

  3. Terry Parker

    I’ve read and followed Stuart for years and really enjoyed his inspired view of reality. He coined the phrase ‘Fringe Dweller’ which for a lot of us summed up how we have felt in the past as we approached our awakened destinies.

    I believe Stu will be doing even greater work now he has walked over the threshold. But for me I remember him with great fondness – a true, soft and gentle warrior with a wicked sense of humor who took himself very lightly.

    He left the world in a better state.


    • John Cali

      Like you, Terry, I’ve followed Stuart for years. He truly was a gentle warrior with a great sense of humor. And, as you said, he’ll be doing even greater work from “the other side.”

    • Pat

      Same here Terry – I remember his term “fringe dwellers” and learned much from his teachings many years ago on “Infinity Self” and “Developing Your Sixth Sense” on old cassette tapes.

      His energy light and “fringe dwelling” philosophy will be missed in this world.

  4. Pat

    Godspeed indeed, Stuart. You’re gone (in a manner of speaking), but you wrote and said so many beautiful things that are still with us. “The song is gone, but the melody lingers on.” Please take a well deserved rest, and then, please, come back and give the world your beauty and grace once again. Please.

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