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posticon The Power of Love

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When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will finally know peace. ~ Jimi Hendrixlove-is-power

Many years ago, one of my spirit guides said the sole purpose of humans is two-fold: first, to remember who they are and second, to remember why they are here.

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One of the aspects of love is a choice you can freely make—the choice to see the divinity in all beings, in all that is.

Every thought of love and compassion you hold soothes and nurtures the world around you.Read more

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posticon The Incredible Value and Power of Silence

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In the attitude of silence the soul finds the path in a clearer light, and what is elusive and deceptive resolves itself into crystal clearness. Our life is a long and arduous quest after truth. ~ Mahatma Gandhi

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Lately I’ve become super-sensitive to all the noise in our world—the lack of silence, even the fear of silence. So many folks struggle with silence—they don’t know how to “do” it. Of course, I realize it’s a challenge when you have a family, a job and all the other daily experiences that do not encourage silence.Read more

posticon Just Exactly How Powerful Are You? by John Cali

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Filippo Bottino, Italian Weightlifter

Most of us vastly underestimate ourselves. We’ve been literally brainwashed by our society, churches, governments, schools, etc. into believing we are powerless against the external forces of “what is.”

My spirit guides have often reminded us of how powerful we are—and of what a bunch of BS that brainwashing is. Here are some of their thoughts.

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Every one of your thoughts, words, and actions have powerful effects that radiate all around you, and ripple through the entire universe.Read more

posticon Are You Giving Away Your Power? John Cali

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I recently ran into a couple of old, dear friends, one in the grocery store and the other at my barber shop. Although I have no political preferences or convictions, my two friends certainly do—particularly regarding the United States’ recent presidential election.

It was obvious neither of them supported President Barack Obama.

My first friend said the US was going to hell in a handbasket, now that President Obama had been reelected. He said, in all seriousness, he didn’t know if he wanted to go on living.Read more

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It’s obvious to most people around my town that I don’t have a “regular” job. So folks often ask me “What do you do?”

Till recently I would tell them, depending on how I read their energy, “Well, I’m a writer.” Or “I’m a spiritual teacher.” Or even “Not much — I’m sort of retired.” (Which is only a “half-truth.”) I call this sort of conversation “empty cocktail-party chatter.”

Now my response to that question, “What do you do?” is very different.… Read more