The Only Thing That Matters Is Love by John Cali

Here are a few of the most common questions we get in personal readings:

  • I want to work for myself, but how can I do it?
  • How can I find work I love to do?
  • How can I live my dreams?
  • How can I do what I love and still make money?

It’s obvious the old ways, the old energy no longer satisfy many folks wanting to grow spiritually—and wanting to find work that satisfies them and supports them financially.

In this video discussion Barbara Clark talks to my spirit guides about why so many are disillusioned with, in her words, “our old ways of working and being at this time.”

Enjoy the video:

Related links:
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Doing It My Way


Are you doing the work you love? If not, how can you change that? Can you embrace the uncertainty that comes with change? Please share your thoughts and comments with us below.

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14 Responses

  1. Susan

    My thanks to you — John, Barbara and Spirit — for this wonderful offering. I am, at this point, at a very big crossroad in my own life. There are many ideas I would love to play with and maybe that’s exactly what I’m meant to do right now. Just have to trust that all is well and not go into worrying about how it will manifest.

    • John Cali

      You’re most welcome, Susan. You have the right idea there — just play with those ideas — emphasis on “play.” 🙂 After all, as my guides often say, life is supposed to be fun.

    • Barbara

      Hi Susan,
      You are so welcome. It is always a pleasure to chat with Spirit and as you will have heard, we always laugh. I am really pleased it has helped you. I know only too well that worry is a b*gger! More play, bring it on!


  2. Damian

    Simply powerful! This has been my question for about a year now. I am tired of doing what I’ve been doing for so long. It brings me no joy anymore. I know a change is coming, but the fear of going into the unknown has had me hesitant. Thank you for your words and the video. The better it gets, the better it gets. My heart is racing with anticipation. May the leaves of the forest shade you all.

    • John Cali

      Thanks very much, Damian, for your kind words. Glad it helped you. Barbara deserves all the credit for the video — she has more technical expertise than I do.

    • Barbara

      I am SO pleased you enjoyed it, Damian. So many of us are at crossroads in our lives at the moment that is what prompted me to ask the questions I asked. Keep on keeping on.

      Love & smiles,
      Barbara x

  3. Ken

    Just listening to those words takes me to a higher place, so to speak .. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Dr. John Muciaccia

    With a play on the famous song lyric, I can say that “Waking up is hard to do!” The subject of your video is timely and helpful. To recognize that there is this “waking up” dynamic going on allows us to understand it is not just me, but all of us are in the process of facing the necessity of letting go of all the old stuff. Again, the theme of Oneness plays itself in this situation. Thank you for presenting this topic in your weekly video. Discomfort, pain, lack of joy, lack of fulfillment is all telling us that we are “out of balance” with what is supposed to be a life filled with joy. The video reminds us that we are Light and that we must focus on our Light and allow it to shine brightly, especially in such times as these! Shine your Light!

    • John Cali

      Thank you very much, John. I agree with you — we must be ourselves and let our Light shine. The world needs all of us in these sometimes chaotic, changing times. The greatest gift we have to give the world and our fellow humans is ourselves, and our wisdom.

  5. Berna Copray

    Thank you so much for this video. I needed that!
    Remember who you are and let that lead you. Yes, but still very difficult when the pressure gets high (almost zero on the bank account). It all comes back to trust and you can’t force it. You have to choose that too.
    I only have always worked because we need money and fortunately I did work I liked. Now I do what I really like, but that does not give me money and in our society we still need it. And that makes me not fully enjoying the fact I am free and therefore I still am not really free.
    Trust, trust, trust, be in the now, shut up mind, listen to your inner guide and enjoy life. That’s what’s needed….pfff

    (thank you for your answer the other day!!)

    • John Cali

      You’re most welcome, Berna. I’m glad you enjoyed it.

      I agree with you — trust is so important– trusting that the universe loves us and will take care of us.

  6. Pat

    Beautiful, John. Every time I read or listen to your (and/or spirit’s) commentaries my “higher self” (that’s me, by the way) looks forward to the next adventure. Thank you so much for the reminder to keep it simple. It really is so very simple.

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