You Do Not Have A Soul by John Cali

I grew up in a religious tradition that taught us we could easily “lose” our souls if we did the “wrong” deed, thought the “wrong” thought, etc. etc. “Saving” our souls was our primary purpose in life.

That was then. This is now. And now I’ve realized we do not have a soul. We are our souls. Here’s what spirit said about it years ago.

4 Responses

  1. deborah

    Thanks for another great article. This seems to be the theme for me because this is the 2nd article I’ve read in the last 2 days with the same subject matter. Have a great day.

  2. Jeanne White

    Spirit said: “Once you have acknowledged who you really are — this grand and glorious god/goddess in human form — your life will become so easy and effortless. You will wonder why it ever had to be so hard.”

    This is absolutely true. If only people could realize that that is ALL there is to it. Once you realize what you are, love yourself and stop criticizing yourself, everything else follows. There is no need to improve yourself, or search through channelings for answers, or meditate, or do spiritual exercises. These will not harm you, but they won’t do you much good either, until you actually love yourself. Then you won’t need them. You can still do them for fun, though.


    • John Cali

      Thank you, Jeanne. We humans have a “bad” habit of making the simplest tasks complicated and confusing.

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