Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley


How to Know Which Thoughts and Feelings are Your Friends

posted by Guy Finley

You possess unsuspected powers of perception just waiting to be awakened. There’s a way to know, without ever having to think about it, exactly which of your own thoughts and feelings are your friends, and which are foes… a totally thought-free way to understand which of your thoughts are practical and necessary for everyday life, and which are stealing your life with unsuspected self-compromise. Practice knowing without thinking. Let yourself see the meaning of individuals and their actions, of your behavior, of world events, of all your relationships — without telling yourself what you see. Let the meaning of what is before you reveal itself to you. Keep you out of it. If you don’t, self-compromising self-interest will come in to cloud the picture.

 



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