Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley


(Audio) Dare to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others

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In this podcast, Guy Finley explains how every human being is meant to be a unique expression of the Intelligence of our Living Universe.

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Talk notes: There is no blade of grass … no flower petal … no moment that is the same. Everything in Reality, both visible and invisible, is unique. This holds true for human beings as well. No other person is capable of expressing what can only be expressed by you — by who you really are.

The world cannot realize its full potential as long as human beings refuse to explore the interior world. Today, hardly anything is truly unique because we have all become imitators of the world we see outside of us, constantly comparing ourselves to other people.

We are intended to be used as instruments by the Intelligence that guides the Present Moment. However, presently we think that WE are the intelligence that is responsible for guiding the present moment, which means we are always struggling to make the moment fit into what we imagine the moment should be.

When we really speak and act from the Present Moment, there is no wrong concern over what to say or do, and there is no worry over how we will be seen by others. In striving to wake up from the dream, no longer will you feel the punishment of trying to be what you are not.



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