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Sometime early in the fifth century, a small fishing boat ran into a sudden unexpected squall. The storm shattered its mast and, without a sail, it soon drifted out of familiar waters and into the sea of a neighboring but […]

It simply cannot be stated often enough: you have every reason to be encouraged about life. Just look around you. The Divine shows itself everywhere, and in all things we see by example that there is no death. Where do […]

There is nothing greater in this life — to do with one’s life — than to make an offering of it. In some ways, some days, this kind of sacrifice may feel as nothing, and to no end; but even […]

Join Guy Finley as he discusses “The Three Wishes of Every Spiritual Aspirant” and what is required to fulfill them.

Principal to all that we study is an immutable, interior law: As goes my attention, so comes my experience. What I give myself to, I get. If I give myself to something low, I get low. If I give myself […]

Our lives are living opportunities to explore the celestial stuff of consciousness from which we are created. We can either choose to substantiate this relationship with reality through the “process” of paying attention to its invitation, or we can refuse […]

Question: Mother Theresa once said, “The more you have, the less you have to give.” Would it be good for us to be poor? Why do physical possessions seem to have this corruptive nature that is so antithetical to the […]

Question: A shift in consciousness is predicted and needed on our planet. What do you think this shift will be and what will it bring? Answer: 

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, […]