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Beauty is not found in its infinite and ineffable “details” — but in its deft ability to still the mind and fill the heart with quiet gratitude…

As we wake up to those parts of us that would have us believe we can change our lives by following the directions of the very self that we no longer wish to be, then we are on our way […]

The state of being “uncertain” is not a problem to our true nature. Instead it is a path that will lead to true certainty if we will keep walking to the very end…

In order to have a sunny life on a moment-to-moment basis, you must be willing to let something new happen to you. No one sincerely asks for a new life until they are thoroughly dissatisfied with the old one. Letting […]

In this short talk Guy Finley discusses what stands in the way of  spiritual fulfillment… http://www.guyfinleynow.org/members/1198.cfm It is a mistake for us to think in terms of spiritual “success.” We are not here to succeed as we currently believe; we are […]

Join Guy Finley as he explains the revelation of our true self is the natural outcome of a constant pruning away of the illusions we have about our own character…    

The real, unseen cause of our fear is the false belief that life can throw something—anything—at us that’s greater than our ability to change it. But this is simply not true. No matter what our culture, tradition, or religious background, […]

In this short talk, Guy Finley talks about how a true change of character can be realized by seeing with great clarity what it is that we value most. http://www.guyfinley.org/free-content/audio/4641

Question: Do we develop character by working to eliminate bad habits, or is it only by creating good habits in the first place that character is built? Answer: Here is a short poem: “Thoughts turn to acts and habits are […]

  With one hand He gives, with the other He takes Filling and emptying the soul, Carving out receptivity to His Name With each deft blow of His soul-sculpturing hands.   I am never full, nor ever bereft; neither am I, […]