Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley

Use the Power of Now to Transform Your Life

posted by Guy Finley

Thinking, or hoping, that any destination we have in mind is going to be superior to where we’re presently standing, is exactly why we’re still standing in that same place where we have to hope that some tomorrow will be better.

Before we can change our destination and arrive in that higher world we want, before we can ever start out in that new direction that leads to liberation, we must wake up to the steps we’re being given to take by a nature whose favorite direction is down.

Victory over our own lower nature is now or never. You can’t end conflict later. You can’t stop being sad, or cruel, or angry, or scared, or anxious later. Later does not exist in reality.

And so it’s imperative to meet each moment of your life with this realization: it’s only what you do right now that is the seed of change. And in the endless beauty and mystery of what is the now, this same seed of change is also the seed of a New Self. Here’s why this is true. If you choose to change right now, then you won’t have to worry about how to be different next time!

In fact, choose to change now, and that moment will never come for you to worry about how to be better next time. Again, here’s why. Your conscious choice for real change in the present moment automatically cancels the need for a better you in a better future. All will be better for you now, which is the only time it really matters!

(Audio) Learn to Wait on What is Holy

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In this short talk, Guy Finley talks about how any moment can be used to remember our wish to be in the presence of what is good.

Click here to listen to this short talk, “Learn to Wait on What is Holy”

The Price for Serving the Truth

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Question: I recently had a Christian friend say that if I expected to be a happier person following the teachings of Christ, I would be disappointed. That almost sounded like martyrdom to me. Aren’t we all hoping to find personal joy in pursuing higher ideas? Or should we strive to serve the Truth, even if it means personal pain?

Answer: To serve the Truth means to serve the Truth. This means that you need not have any idea whatsoever of what this service will bring. If we love the Truth, we love what it brings. Drop your ideas about what may or may not be the price and just agree to pay what you’re asked. There is no greater reward than loving Truth for itself, because in this action Truth returns this Love.

Love in Action

posted by Guy Finley

Sacrifice is the law. Does not every creature, each bug, blade of grass, or gazelle — taken in as food by the one who consumes it — say, as it’s being swallowed: “Here I am; take me. I give myself up to you, so that you may flourish”?

All creatures speak thus in their life and death, none may say otherwise; it’s nature; it’s law.

Even the sun sends down its light to be consumed and transformed, content to give itself up — to shine upon “good and evil” alike — so that a relatively timeless genesis goes on. This is love in action, seamless and selfless.

It may be said that free will amounts to this: it is our choice — as beings somewhere between matter and immortality — as to whether we live to give ourselves up to this greater law… or choose, instead, to serve a sense of self that is as temporary as the passing desires that drive it along.

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