Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley


What Makes You So Weary

posted by Guy Finley

The weight of any kind of fear, weariness, or worry is the negative by-product of your own past as it inserts, and then asserts itself upon the light of peace that is the present moment.

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To allow God’s will to be your way begins with realizing that the only obstacles you run into in your life are the creations of your will.

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What makes you so weary is not the world that refuses to yield to your will, but your own unyielding will ever driving you on to find an end to your weariness.



  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment jantha marne

    I believe that weariness also comes from people that have issues, concerns, false ideas and negative patterns. Weariness hits us all and it is how we respond to the weariness. Example: Not listening to our bodies and what they are telling us to the sensations we feel when others are discussing their problems with us. God never said it would be easy or great all the time. We have to rely and trust in HIM and understand that in order to grow we must all on some level experience weariness, fear, doubt, pain, love, compassion, understanding and some sort of forgiveness towards ourselves as well as others.

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