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Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley

(Video) Take the Spiritual Risk and Your Life Will Change

Guy tells us that it’s not until all the edifices of our imagined existence crumble that a new foundation can be built. But we must go without “shelter” for a while. Spiritual change comes when I’m willing to stop protecting this nature, no matter how afraid I am as a result of what I’m risking.

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  • Hoomgar

    This is exactly my starting point. No more idealism or preconceived notions about who or what I am. It’s time to observe and learn. Despise any shame that comes from my mistakes as I grow, and figure out once and for all who I am.

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