Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley

May 2011 Archives

Finding True Compassion for Others (and Ourselves)

posted by Guy Finley

Question: Recently a relative asked to live with us. The moment we heard from her, I sensed she was to help me with something. Two weeks later we were talking, she started to cry, and said she had had an […]

Suicide is No Escape from Pain

posted by Guy Finley

Any human being who takes his or her own life not only fails to escape the pain that drove them to this act, but insures that even on the other side they will continue to experience this conflict in their […]

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 […]

The Secret Prayer that Renews Your Life

posted by Guy Finley

The kind of prayer most commonly understood and practiced is asking for what you want and being temporarily filled with — and renewed by — both the self making that request and the anticipation of what is requested. Examples of […]

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(Audio) Share in the Life Unending
In this special short talk featuring music performed live at Life of Learning Foundation in Southern Oregon, Guy Finley talks about the music and rhythm of life itself, and how we as human beings are meant to be sensitive instruments, responding harmoniously to each and every movement. [audio mp

posted 3:00:14am Dec. 18, 2014 | read full post »

Learning to Discern
Question: What are the first steps in learning to discern the truth? Answer: One of the things that makes music good for us is our effortless relationship with its harmony and balance, with its rhythm and composition. We don't have to be experts to discern these elements because they naturally re

posted 3:00:50am Dec. 17, 2014 | read full post »

Living in the Light of True Self
What we must learn to ask ourselves, not once or twice daily, but a hundred times and every time it strikes us to remember ourselves, is this question: Where is my attention right now, and what is my experience of the moment as a result of its placement? If we ever hope to taste some measure of true

posted 3:00:59am Dec. 16, 2014 | read full post »

The Music of the Mind
The music of the mind -- its harmony, or not, is expressed by the order of its thoughts through which it is instrumented. Confusion is dissonance; clarity is flow.

posted 3:00:02am Dec. 15, 2014 | read full post »

Freedom from the Bonds of Bitterness
Though we find no evidence of anything noble in someone who has betrayed us, neither is there anything noble in our bitterness.

posted 3:00:38am Dec. 12, 2014 | read full post »


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