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The fabric of the false self is made up from innumerable strands of experience woven together by an imaginary tailor who lives in terror that what it has made will unravel. This false self has its own unseen life; it […]

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…    

We are made to be self-correcting, so that each real correction effected in us elevates us above the dark and limiting influences we have been living under all our lives. Like moving from a hot desert to a cool mountain […]

As long as limitation determines what your actions are, you will not become more free; you will become dependent on what that limitation says you need (such as anti-depressant medication) in order to live with it. In order to get past […]

Guy Finley explains that you have only two things that are truly your own — your time and your attention. Without learning to use those two gifts, nothing else that you give yourself matters. www.YourImmortalSelf.com

We all long to be known: it is the unspoken hope of the heart that something greater than ourselves already knows the undiscovered places in our soul, and only waits to show us all that we are.

Here is something that the world around us, as well as most of the parts within us have no interest in hearing: just because we are able to buy something — go somewhere, or do whatever is our pleasure — […]

In all the worlds above and below there is but One Balance. This perfect equipoise is not God Himself, but the expression of His Life in the uncreated form of three forces unified. Balance is that indefinable third force where […]

Everywhere you look today people are only concerned with getting what they want, when they want it, and as fast as possible. The fires that fuel their appetite (for this envisioned success) create so much smoke that they lose sight […]

Guy Finley explains that we are not intended to be the playwright of our own lives, enacting our own scripts, but rather we are the stage itself upon and through which life is forever being acted out.