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Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley

Take The Stuffing Out of What Scares You

We are fearful because there is a part of us that names the unknown moment. If you’re afraid of an unknown moment, is it really unknown to you? You’ve filled it with something, haven’t you? It’s like a bad donut with an evil cream in it. You take a bite of it and think, “How’d that get there?” You stuffed it! Learn to take the stuffing out of what scares you.

Get fed up with being scared by recognizing that every fear you have just creates one limitation after another — that instead of actually confirming you the way you think it does, it  is simply destroying you.

When something scares you, understand that what you see is nothing more than a form that has been congealed by a process inside of you that occurs whenever you think about yourself. Let the light pass through you. Don’t resist. Risk walking up to whatever it is that scares you and pull the stuffing out of it. If you don’t do that, you’ll be a “scaredy cat” your whole life.

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