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January 2016 Archives

Until we realize that the true work of transforming ourselves requires that we transcend our presently confined consciousness, we will continue to resist seeing our own limitations — looking upon them as something to deny — instead of approaching them […]

Guy Finley clarifies that working to meet challenging moments “impersonally” does not mean to pretend you’re not bothered by what comes up inside of you, but to receive the impressions from the unwanted event fully so that it can be […]

Question: I am wondering if all spiritual teachings, especially concerning being present and realizing expansion and contraction, apply to my current situation. My spouse of many years has left me, and I am now isolated and surrounded by memories. Can […]

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If there could be only one idea — a lamp whose light could show the aspirant of real life the way out of the prison of dark thoughts and punishing feelings — it would surely be this: your true self […]

In this podcast, Guy Finley talks about the absolute fact that it is never too late to open yourself up to the possibility of being a better human being and having an authentic relationship with real life.  

The following easy exercise will help you to realize the truly new and unexpected life. Each day, make it a point to spend some time in a natural setting. Never mind that you “don’t have the time.” If you want […]

Even though we often speak of it being the “higher life,” the authentic spiritual journey is not so much about a direction in life as it is about an expansion of it. Whenever you have an expansive moment of understanding, […]

New possibilities in life are always opening up, moment to moment, but we usually miss seeing them because — in fearing the way in which they’ve been delivered — we either have our eyes closed, or are looking the other […]

The more awake we can be, the more mindful of the whole of ourselves we are before we start moving toward any aim in life,  the less likely we are to find ourselves feeling stressed, angry, or fearful over where we end […]