Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley


The Right Road

posted by Guy Finley

Within each discovery, by each revelation of the reality underlying our present level of self, we are brought to a crossroads on our journey to the Kingdom of Truth.

The road on the left, of resistance to what is revealed, leads to denial — and the eventual death of our spiritual possibilities.

The Right Road is realization — which leads to the conscious suffering of humiliation, followed by surrender, and… rebirth.



  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Denise

    This is a powerful statement of truth, when we look in the mirror and accept who we truly are. Thank you Guy your amazing.

  • http://www.bhaktamagazijn.blogspot.com Pieter Franciscus

    It is not a crossroad, we see the suffering but are still here on this world illusion or not. We are walking like Jezus discipels, going from town to town, door to door. Asking for help, sharing. We have a need for social contacts. We are preaching, after our realisation from the scripture. We are like Petrus the Romans see him by the dungeon, there was Jesus a prisoner. And, they ask Petrus do you now this man, he say’s no, I dont know him, but you’r looking like one of them and this happened tree times for daylight came up. That is also, the position of many of us in this world. We know the truth but how to act is a difficult growing proces. And what happened with Petrus? they nail him like Jesus on a Cross upside down in Rome because his conviction of the truth, the message from Jesus Christ.

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