In this video blog Guy Finley explains that awakening to the parts of us that are unconsciously set against the changes and movements of life holds within it the opportunity for true liberation from suffering.
I am having trouble understanding how to leave relationships with my friends and family alone. It seems that the changes I feel are affecting them, but neither they nor I understand some of these changes. It is an extremely confusing time for everyone in my life. Can you help me ease this effect?
There is so much that needs to be done today, but I can’t do anything other than sit here, wonder where it is You have gone with my heart, and long to be with You as in our yesterday.
It is an extraordinary thing — this engaging feeling that comes with simply remembering You — even though I have no idea where You are. How is it possible to feel such an abiding tenderness for what I am unable to see? Let alone touch or possess? And yet!
On mornings like today with such soft winter sunlight gliding through the bared branches and the air so cool and undisturbed, I’m moved to embrace the thought that it is enough just to feel the way I do.
Actually, it occurs to me on days such as these that it is in the loving that one finds love.
See the Truth about Anxiety When we are anxious, when there's a pressing desire, we don’t see the fact that the state has occupied us and is trying to reconcile itself through what it pushes us to acquire. If we could look at something we want, and at the same moment we feel that pressing anxiety, the push to acquire it, we
End the Race to Going Nowhere Fast There may be no greater self-deception than the false notion that rushing through anything actually helps us in any way whatsoever. After all, if anxious thoughts and feelings had any power to deliver us to a place or time where peace awaits, don't you think we'd have gotten there by now? Let there
The Pain of Rushing Around Think of how many dangerous car accidents wouldn’t happen at all if only motorists slowed down their cars even to a small degree. Then imagine just how many painful personal encounters with others we would be able to walk right by -- without a hint of a hurtful collision -- if only we could slow o