Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley


Nothing Can Stop You From Starting Over

posted by Guy Finley

We can be new now, if we’re first fed up inwardly with our old, false nature; and secondly if we’re willing to really let go of this nature as we understand what that means. That’s what our higher studies are for: to grow in greater and greater understanding that leads up to a whole new and now nature.

In short, we need to wake up. You can do it right now. Just be quietly aware of yourself — without thinking about it. This kind of awareness suspends habitual, self-referencing thought, and in that momentary absence of the mechanical thought nature, we touch another life: one whose nature is the same as “starting over.”

The truth is that nothing in life can stop you from starting your life all over, at anytime, because the true fabric of life is a cosmic weave of ceaseless beginnings. That’s right. Your power for starting over is backed up by Reality itself, which will place its supreme strength on the side of whoever chooses it over self-ruinous states. All that is needed to put the power of this ever-renewing truth to work in your life is for you to consciously agree to view any unwanted or unhappy moment not as some unavoidable ending, but as the temporary and passing condition that it really is.



  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Martin

    The concept of starting over…I can’t seem to consider it unless, at the same time, I agree to be haunted by a past from which I am starting over.

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Lou

    The “haunting” only comes from resisting the those unwanted thoughts. Just be the “observer” when those unwanted moments come into thought.. Don’t judge them, or try to control them,..they will pass if we don’t get caught up in them. It is an Un-merry go-round that leads to nowhere when we get on that ride hoping it will lead to a “better” outcome than what it did originally. Each “ride” is teaching us a lesson if we are open and willing to learn from it..

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