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posticon Oneness Is an Impossible Dream

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Vasu deva kutum bakam. ~ Sanskrit mantra (The whole world is my family. From expanded awareness, I feel my connection to everyone.)

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In this time of dramatic change all around the planet, it’s easy to lose sight of some basic facts of life:

  • We’re all in this together. We always have been.
  • There is no us versus them. There is only oneness. “Them” is “us.”
  • There are no boundaries except those we’ve created while laboring under the grand illusion we’re all separate.
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posticon Wayne Dyer 1940–2015: Followup by John Cali and Spirit

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Almost everything—all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure—these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important.
Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart. ~ Steve Jobs 1955–2011

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Life, Death, and Beyond

I want to thank all of you who read and commented on our last post about Wayne’s passing.Read more

posticon Travels in America, Part 3: Yellowstone by Hans Brockhuis

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Have you ever read the book by John Steinbeck about his travels with his dog Charley, in search of the true America? I did many years ago, and remembering this it somehow triggered me to one day travel to the U.S. with my wife. I was also in search of promising and overwhelming landscapes, of people, animals, and the way of living, as well as anything that would come our way.… Read more

posticon Spirit Talks About Romantic Love by John Cali

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Today, June 20, my beloved partner, Barbara Clark, and I are celebrating our anniversary. As a gift to ourselves, and hopefully to others also, Barbara had a conversation with my spirit guides about romantic love.

Since the very word, “romance,” is sometimes misunderstood and misused, Barbara and I prefer the term, “spiritual partnership.” We believe it’s a more accurate description of the relationships many of us on a spiritual path have today.

Relationships, romantic or not, are always opportunities to grow and evolve—and to gain greater understanding of who we really are and our connection to Spirit.Read more