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True fearlessness is knowing that we are made for whatever happens to us whenever we are willing to let God remake us in that moment.  To see a great mountain is to see the physical expression of a great principle. […]

Permitting the many self-imposed demands of our exterior life to outweigh the Real need of our interior life is not only to place the proverbial cart before the horse, but it also makes a distant second our relationship with the […]

Best keep your eye on the interior life; let it be first and foremost. If the direction of outer life interferes with the awareness of the inner, follow the inner. Better they marry, but never allow what is outer to […]

Awakening to Real Life occurs in direct proportion to waking up from our own sleeping nature — a fact which brings us face to face with some of life’s oldest and greatest spiritual mysteries. The myth of the phoenix, the […]

There is a lower world where fears are real—where all things, and everyone living in this world, are unknowing participants in the fear that’s found there. In this darker realm, the thing feared is inseparable from the nature that fears […]

We know in our heart this life, as it is, isn’t all there is. Knowing this fact has been a fuel that stirs us to seek something greater. But we get fooled. We accept substitutes for that Greater Life. Guy […]

Guy Finley explains that you have the capacity to pour your heart and soul into something you love without getting personally caught up in the outcome.

Question: Sometimes I feel a deep loneliness in my heart. I know I have many tools to be happy, and the most important tool I have is I’m alive… but the deep loneliness continues. What can I do? Answer: For […]

A Commentary and Exercise in How to Consciously Be Atoned With Life The suffering we are aware of can’t be separated from the awareness of that pain; they appear together. The question is: do we allow this pain, and its […]

In this short talk, Guy Finley talks about how the seeming “absence” of the divine is actually an invitation for us to draw inwardly nearer to that which never stops calling us.

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