Question: I am wondering about how much to be politically involved. It seems as though resistance or effort to promote a change in the world is counter-productive as it tends to just prolong issues. How do we know when to […]
How many times will you have that dreaded feeling that “it’s all been for nothing”… even as you’ve “learned” from your mistakes? You may be growing in the addition of psychological information that you carry and refer to about yourself, […]
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
Whoever I am, Whatever you see is As nothing at all, Save what Love has made me.
Guy Finley explains that when you remember your true purpose in life, the part of you that is always present and connected to conscience and a higher intelligence is able to go before you to give you a constant context […]
In this short talk, Guy Finley talks about three essential elements that have always been found within any true spiritual practice: working on oneself, working with others, and working in the service of the world.
Question: Can you give us some insight on the true meaning of the holiday season which we are now in the midst of? What lesson might we take from it that will aid our spiritual growth? Answer: All forms of […]
Wherever there is opposition, resistance follows. For instance, in nature, in the physical world, this kind of conflict is natural, necessary, and accepted. After the winds pass, the trees they’ve touched—having been exercised and duly strengthened, accordingly—resume their natural course […]
Our one true responsibility in life is to be awake and receptive to the eternally unfolding present moment, even as we give our full attention to what is revealed within us for its ceaseless passage through us.
In this life we are only given two things that are purely our own to use: attention and time. Sadly, most of us squander our gifts of time and attention. Rather than learning to be in command of our attention, […]