Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley

Guilt / Regret Archives

Just Say “No” to Blaming Others

posted by Guy Finley

A big part of our inner work in all of our relationships involves remembering this key idea: whenever we are not present and properly attentive to ourselves, we may be sure the false self is busy attending to something we’ll […]

Getting Through Guilt and Making Amends

posted by Guy Finley

Question: I’ve said and done some terrible things to people in my life. How do I get through this guilt? Is there a right way to make amends to people I’ve wronged? Answer: Yes. Change yourself. In the long run, […]

Free Yourself from Blame and Bitterness

posted by Guy Finley

Whatever justifies the unconscious suffering inherent in anger, blame, or bitterness is, itself, a part of — in league with — these same negative states. And that’s what we have to see if we ever want to be free of […]

The Freedom to Change Your Experience of Life (Part 2)

posted by Guy Finley

If it helps, think of troubling times like these as your having been distracted while taking a long walk through the city. Maybe you were caught up with thinking about the “good old days!” Then you suddenly realize that, in […]

Previous Posts

The Householder’s Path
Question: On the householder's path, I sometimes find it difficult to stop doing the mental work and start doing the mundane day-to-day tasks. Any suggestions for getting the same enthusiasm in earning our daily bread? Answer: Life gives us back moment to moment what we give to it… nothing more

posted 3:00:04am Sep. 02, 2014 | read full post »

(Video) What is a Good Householder?
Guy Finley explains that being a good householder means that we are able to properly attend to what is practical before what is pleasing. By placing ourselves in this right relationship with our responsibilities, we become better able to discern our true needs from false ones, and find that all we r

posted 12:00:07pm Sep. 01, 2014 | read full post »

Start Making Your Life Right, Bright, and True
Within us lives a timeless Self that cannot forget what is right, bright, and true any more than the sun has to try to remember to shine each day.

posted 3:00:11am Aug. 29, 2014 | read full post »

(Video) Stand Up for What's True in You
Guy Finley explains that if you want to have a relationship with the divine, with what's right and good, you must learn to stand up for truth within you. Have the courage to exchange self-concern for spiritual awareness, and you will be given all you need as you are put in relationship with authenti

posted 3:00:26am Aug. 28, 2014 | read full post »

Taking a Stand
Question: Where is the line between not having an issue with anything and enabling or allowing? I don't understand where I must "forget myself" and where I must stand up for something. Answer: One should always try to "forget oneself" whenever one's feelings about a matter are more centered aroun

posted 3:00:33am Aug. 27, 2014 | read full post »


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