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Gobi Desert

posticon Ghost Riders of the Gobi Desert

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Gobi Desert

We’re doing something a bit different this week.

Baird Spalding was a 19th century mystic and influential spiritual teacher. In 1924,  he wrote a book detailing his adventures in India and Tibet in 1894 among the spiritual masters of the Far East.

The book, Life and Teaching of the Masters of the Far East, is a large volume of about 650 pages. I found it a fascinating story, more riveting than any adventure or mystery novel.

In one chapter, Baird describes a terrifying experience he and his companions endured in the Gobi Desert.Read more

posticon Ancient Wisdom for Today

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This week we’re featuring another article by my dear friend and brother, Ted Murray. Ted’s an accomplished writer and spiritual teacher. He’s also a great tennis coach.

In Ted’s message, he asks an intriguing question: Is ancient wisdom important for us today?

Ted Murray

With the new energy and light that are flowing into the planet, are the ancient ways of spirituality still relevant for us? In many ways, the relevance of traditional religions and even old spiritual traditions are no longer necessary.Read more

posticon Remember, Reclaim, Reconnect

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Treasure your relationships, not your possessions. ~ Anthony J. DiAngelo, The College Blue Book

 

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Is there someone in your life you have, perhaps, forgotten? Is there some precious memory you have released and want to reclaim? Maybe now’s the time to remember, reclaim and reconnect.

Spirit gave me this message early one dark and cold, snowy morning earlier this week. It’s one of their shortest ever.

Spirit

This moment on your planet may seem the worst of all times. But, actually, it’s the best of all times.Read more

posticon The Big Bang and Human Consciousness by John Cali and Spirit

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In the beginning there was nothing, and it exploded. ~ Sir Terry Pratchett, British author

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The Big Bang

Last week we received a letter from one of our readers, Cinda Miller. With her permission, here’s what she wrote:

Dear John,

I wanted to run something by you and see if it has a ring of truth to it. This is a thought that occurred to me the other day and in order to make sense from a thought I have to write it down.Read more

posticon Mr. Smith Goes To Texas: Follow-up by John Cali and Spirit

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Editor: a person employed by a newspaper, whose business it is to separate the wheat from the chaff, and see that the chaff is printed. ~ Elbert Hubbard 1856-1915

the world is a good placeNote: I chose that graphic above for this post because my spirit guides are fond of saying exactly that—It (life) is all good, whether or not it seems so.

One of our readers, Cinda Miller, sent us a letter in response to last week’s post, Mr. Smith Goes To Texas. I thought it was a great letter.Read more