Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley

Keys to a Whole New Kind of Courage

posted by Guy Finley

Whoever fails to try what his heart would have him do — because his mind tells him, “This you cannot do” — fails to hear the ever-present Voice of Reality forever shouting to all those who would dare: “No sincere effort ever goes without being rewarded.”

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Never believe in any negative thought or feeling that would have you believe, “There’s no way!” Always remember instead that Real Life is a secret and vital flux of possibilities rising up from the ground of what seems improbable, much as a spring flower manages to bloom in a once frozen field.

(Audio) Self-Healing Begins as Self-Hurting Ends

posted by Guy Finley

In this short talk, Guy Finley talks about a new understanding of ourselves that will put an end to unconscious suffering… if we will remember to put it into practice.

Click here to listen to “Self-Healing Begins as Self-Hurting Ends”

Nothing Can Stop You From Starting Over

posted by Guy Finley

The greatest power you possess for succeeding in life is your understanding that life gives you a fresh start any moment you choose to start fresh. Nothing that stood in your way even a heartbeat before stands there now in the same way. It’s all new, even if you can’t as yet see it that way. You’ve only to test the truth of this fact about the newness of life to discover the incredible freedom that waits for you just behind it. And then nothing can stop you. You’ll know the real secret and the perfect power of starting over.

A Fresh Start is Now or Never

posted by Guy Finley

We all tell ourselves that we want a new life; we spend hours dreaming of the day when we are freed from self-limitations or otherwise self-compromising behaviors. In our minds we see ourselves walking away from destructive relationships with others, or from habitual negative thoughts and feelings. And this is the problem. We talk to ourselves about the “fresh start”; we plan the path to be taken when things are right; we conspire with others and encourage one another to begin again, to just let go of what “was”. . . but that’s it. We talk but don’t walk! We plan but don’t act. We dream but never awaken to the fact that the New Beginning we long for is Now or never. There is no such thing as “tomorrow” for anyone who really has it in his or her heart to start over with life.

The only place where we can hope to make a genuine fresh start in life must be made in that one “place” where life itself is New all the “time.”

We must dare to step out of our past — and into the Now — every time we can catch ourselves about to be carried off by some common self-consideration. This means we watch, catch, and then drop our thoughts as they appear within our awareness, instead of picking each one up and holding it to our ear like a seashell in the hopes of catching the sweet sound of (our) self again.

This deliberate work of walking away from one’s past is a prerequisite for any true fresh start in life.

Do your inner work to live in conscious relationship with the ever new Now. Persist until you see that nothing in the universe can interfere with your wish to start life over because this wish comes to you from Reality itself.

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