Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley


(Video) The Seeker, The Search, The Sacred

posted by Guy Finley

Inside of every human being — no matter what part of the world they’re from, no matter what their environment has been, no matter the culture they’ve come from, no matter the tradition — lives a certain kind of greatness. We all know this greatness lives within us — we may call it different things, but the bottom line is that all human beings have a central wish to be as good, as true, as kind, and as profitable as they can be as a human being. It’s in our very DNA. And that DNA, that divine code if you will, is the same code in all human beings.

Here’s a short video in which Guy Finley talks about his new book regarding this journey to the greatness within as we each seek union with the divine. Buy the book from Amazon.com today and receive 4 free bonus items, including a free 60-minute DVD and an 8-hour audio album!

Visit  http://www.onejourneybook.com for more details.

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