Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley


The Beginning of Peace

posted by Guy Finley

Being at peace, and learning to live with quiet confidence — even as the world spins wildly around us — begins as we realize within us the presence and power of an interior stillness that neither needs, nor searches for, anything outside of itself in order to quietly know itself.



  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Sunk

    How can I live in peace when I feel confident about nothing? No matter how much I give, how hard I try, how I continue to tuck away lies told and “just live”…I can’t find peace. I am sinking.

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment jongery

    Dear SUNK,
    You are not your thoughts,this should give you confidence,you are every man’s equal,reduce the thoughts to a stillness,once there,accept what is your perceived imperfection,don’t try too hard,just do your best,there will be good days and good years when you follow the rules of nature,it is a guarantee that there will be bad days,but topic will learn much from these days,take one step in the right direction,momentum might take you up another step, – peace be with you

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Sunk

    What exactly are “the rules of nature”?

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/lettinggo/2011/09/the-power-of-the-equinox-release-and-return.html Life Raft

    See Guy’s blog entitled The Power of The Equinox , Release and Return as one example of how he invokes nature in harmony with our true spirit. Quit “paddling” so fast and just “float” until life’s waters eventually calm down. “Give too much and try too hard” are acts of resistance to life’s circumstances . You are trying to steer Life your way. Life charts its’ own course. If you find yourself doing anything “too hard or with much effort” you are in opposition to what is, be still, and aware, and you will find ….”an interior stillness that neither needs, nor searches for, anything outside of itself in order to quietly know itself.”

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