Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley


Take Part in the Universal Process of Transformation

posted by Guy Finley

Question: You’ve talked about how we’re made of the stuff of stars. Do you mean that we are meant to be part of a whole universal process of transformation.

Answer: Yes. Your True Self is made in the image of God, and the image of God is not anyone in particular – no matter how profound or chiseled their body may be. The image of God is the matrix and the workings of the source and sustenance of the universe itself. That is the image of God. And each and every one of us is a living expression of that Life, the Ruach Adonai, the True Spirit. That is what we are invited to live in, and instead we live in a tiny little cottage made up of conflict and fear, produced by trying to control a world that we’ll never control according to the nature that wants that. We have to learn to let go and live in the Now.



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