Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley


Change Your Future Now

posted by Guy Finley

Human nature – your nature — is not fixed. It can be transformed. That’s what makes us special above all of God’s countless expressions. And this fact empowers us in a very special way. It means that each of us is created with the power to choose our own destiny.

How the rest of your life unfolds is something you can influence. It’s called making choices. But, before you can be empowered to have a real voice in your life-choices, you must first realize that secret place within yourself where your own future is created. You must consciously enter that place of power where all of your life-choices are made for you. It’s called the Present Moment: The Now. And this Now is the seed of all that comes later.

It’s only what you do right this moment, right Now, that’s the seed of personal change. And in the endless beauty and mystery of what is the Now, this same seed of change is also the seed of your new and higher nature.

Here is just one of the special ways in which The power of the Present Moment can help you change your destiny: If you choose to change right Now, then you won’t have to worry about how to be different next time!

In fact, choose to change Now, and that moment will never come for you to worry about how to be better next time. Why? Because your conscious choice for real change in the present moment automatically cancels the need for a better you in a better future. Why? Because all will be better for you Now, which is the only time it really matters!

Make it your moment-to-moment practice to stay awake, and to watch for all the opportunities that your own Now presents. Keep your efforts personal, practical, and to the point. If your inner work doesn’t transform the whole of your life into a more relaxed, amazing, and uplifting experience, then you’re dreaming; not changing.



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