Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley


Invite the Light and Then Be Watchful

posted by Guy Finley

Question: When quieting my mind, there is sometimes a feeling of peace and clarity in the present moment, but often there is this gloomy, dark feeling of emptiness, together with a sense of fear about the future making me feel very vulnerable. Why this inconsistency?

Answer: One of the small pieces of higher knowledge that we need when we set out on the path of Truth is that not all of us wants to make this journey. Within us dwell certain energetic bodies that are only comfortable in a dark and divided world. When we become quiet and invite the Light into us to see ourselves (and this life) by, the entrance of the ineffable sets off this level of self. Watch it like you watch everything else, and let go of anything it brings up in you.



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