Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley

Solve the Mystery of Lingering Miserable States

Not only is resistance an unseen form of attachment, but it’s also a form of attention…and attention “animates” whatever it touches, because attention is relationship.

If one will take the time to see the truth of these thoughts, this means that no feeling can pass that you wish would go away, because resistance to its presence ensures that something of that state will remain for as long as you don’t want it to!

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Uncover the Secret Treasure Hidden in Your Relationships
Just as the wind moves through a tree and carries its pollen to the blossoms of another tree, all of our relationships in life are intended to help "pollinate" the soul so that the true understanding of why we are here on earth can flower ...

posted 12:00:58pm Oct. 02, 2015 | read full post »

(Video) Agree to Enter into the Battle and You Will Find True Help
Guy Finley explains that when you have the courage to refuse to live from past patterns and false sentiment, higher help will appear to guide you through the proper action to take in your ...

posted 12:00:54pm Oct. 01, 2015 | read full post »

An Advanced Lesson in Letting Go
What are we actually talking about when we speak of letting go? After all, no one wants to let go of something that has proven itself to be satisfying! Whatever it is that we wish to let go of must be something from which we wish to be free. ...

posted 12:00:06pm Sep. 30, 2015 | read full post »

The Unnatural Weight of Sentimentality
Question: What is the difference between useless sentimentality and emotions that have a legitimate place in our lives? Answer: Useless sentimentality is easily recognized, just like a fruitcake, by its unnatural weight. Higher emotions are ...

posted 12:00:47pm Sep. 29, 2015 | read full post »

Free Yourself From Painful Attachments
Who hasn’t crashed into that dreaded moment when we realize that someone we love has had a change of heart toward us? Suddenly we see, perhaps for the first time, how painfully dependent we’d become upon his or her company or approval and ...

posted 12:00:22pm Sep. 28, 2015 | read full post »


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