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Our resistance to any evil or otherwise corrupt character – regardless of circumstance – proves the presence of an unseen similarity; there can be no recognition of any exterior degraded nature that isn’t born of our interior resonation with it. […]

Deep spiritual work reveals the truth that hellish things on earth manifest as they do because their dark cause dwells hidden somewhere in us. We are about to look into this interior abyss and shine into its unseen corners a […]

Don’t put yourself into what you observe about the behavior of others. Stay with yourself. It doesn’t matter what anyone anywhere is doing or saying relative to your potential for inner development. The expression “The buck stops here” is valuable […]

Question: In conversations with others, I find myself insisting on being “right.” Why should I care so much that my ideas about life are understood by others? Answer: Be willing to try to understand the moment instead of needing to […]

We always have the choice to start over with any difficult relationship…

To be your own person — to have your own life — begins with quietly refusing to be what “others” would have you be so that they can have the life that they want!

Question: Why do I care at all about how I appear in the eyes of others? Answer: Please follow this explanation carefully. It will set you back on the road to having your own life. You have always believed that […]

The part of us that tries to feel better about itself — by seeking approval from other people — is itself the source of the disturbance that we feel. Awareness of this fact allows for a natural separation and release […]

Anger or resentment toward someone who has left us does not prove we love and they don’t. It proves we don’t understand the true nature of love, or we wouldn’t be ripping ourselves apart because someone tore from us something […]

We have all been hurt, left with a heart wounded by others who seem to go on just fine without us. In moments of such loss, our emptiness doesn’t stay empty for long; we are soon filled with anger, guilt, […]