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posticon There Is No Such Thing As An Incurable Illness by John Cali and Spirit

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Everyone has a doctor in him or her; we just have to help it in its work. The natural healing force within each one of us is the greatest force in getting well. ~ Hippocrates

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We recently received a letter from a good friend who’s been dealing with chronic pain and illness for years. I know there are people reading this who’ve had the same challenge.

So I offered to publish my friend’s letter in our blog with the hope those of you in similar situations will share with her your experiences, and how you’ve coped with it all.Read more

posticon Do You Know How To Heal Yourself? by John Cali

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As you can probably guess, healing is a subject that comes up often in my and my spirit guides’ conversations with folks.

I almost never get sick, but the past week or so I’ve had what I guess was a severe cold. I was pretty miserable most of that time, and I’m still recovering.

The experience got me to thinking about the many times my spirit guides have talked about healing—and how our bodies know how to heal themselves (if we stay out of their way).Read more

posticon Reader Question: What Stories Do You Tell About Yourself? by John Cali

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When we were younger my family and friends loved to sit around a campfire telling stories. The stories were often about our own lives — the joys, the sorrows, the good times, the tough times.

Often we believed those stories defined us. Yet, as Deepak Chopra says, “Freedom lies in separating yourself from your story.”

Last month after we published our newsletter article What’s Your Story? one of our readers sent us a question.

Reader’s Question:

The reader first quotes the final paragraph of our article, followed by his question, which I’ve edited slightly.… Read more

posticon What’s Your Story? by John Cali

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One day as I was grocery shopping I happened to hear two ladies discussing their woes. I wasn’t eavesdropping, but could not help overhear them. They were not talking quietly.

Both were having health problems. They were describing their problems in great detail to each other. This went on for quite a while, and I finally moved to another part of the store, out of earshot.

I see nothing wrong with acknowledging problems, whether they be health issues or anything else.… Read more