Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley


Secrets of Mindful Parenting

posted by Guy Finley

Before we can hope to change the way we speak to others, and the tones with which our words are spoken — that we might express more patience and consideration for those around us — we must first become mindful of the impatient and inconsiderate parts of us whose voice and actions not only tend to make victims of our family, friends, and neighbors … but of ourselves as well.

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If we shut our ears to the still “little voice” — that little Light within us whose love reminds us we’re not meant to be cruel, impatient, or in a perpetual rush — we will soon be unable to see the difference between what we have become, and all that it is possible for us to be.

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Because the “still small voice” speaks within us without using words, we must learn how to listen with our eyes, hear with our heart, and receive each moment mindfully; only then is our response in harmony with the greater reality.



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