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Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley

Improving Physical Health

Question: Could you comment on maintenance of the physical body? Is it as important as the internal self?

Answer: Natural, balanced physical health is essential — in particular at certain points along the way — to your spiritual development. Eat living foods. Overdo nothing. Don’t punish the body with the stomach’s desires.

Question: I know what I should do to improve my health (spiritual, soul, and body) and yet there is this part of me that is bent on doing the exact opposite. Why? I don’t want to live outside of the Truth, but something is trying to keep me there. What keeps a person from wanting to see, spiritually and physically?

Answer: You are on the right track. Keep going. Strangely enough, it is our awareness of our own reluctance and resistance to truthful principles that speeds us along the way. The wrong parts of us seize our discoveries, and in an effort to get us to turn back, flaunt this falseness. Nothing can stop you if your wish is a life with God: that is the truth.

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