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Letting Go with Guy Finley

If we would examine closely the strands of those unseen webs that seem to catch and hold us captive every day, we would see that they are nothing more than the stuff of our own thoughts — spun off by a mind never quite content to be where it is with what it has.

To know what you will possess after all that you have loved passes – as it must — look no further than how your “love” passes with the conditions that lend it its life. The foolish love foolishly, and suffer a fool’s fate. Be wise; choose each moment to remember the one Love that neither ends . . . nor ever forgets you.

In this podcast by Guy Finley, discover what it really means to love every moment of your life, no matter what it is that you need to do.

Click here to listen to “Make Room for Real Love in Your Life”

Question: What is the role of guilt? And what is the role of self-blame for personal wrongs committed? What about confession of sins?

Answer: The role of guilt belongs to the self-wrecking parts of one’s self that persist in unconsciously doing what that same self then decries it has done. Self-blame is the unconscious advocate of guilt. True confession of one’s sins (original Aramaic meant to “miss the mark”) can be a benefit to a belabored heart. The real change comes in the moment that we see what we are, not as we think back over what we’ve done.