Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley

(Audio) The Secret of Gentle Intolerance

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In this podcast, Guy Finley describes a new kind of interior, conscious resolve in which a person ceases to tolerate the deceptive demands of negative states.


Leave the World of Limitation

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What is it that confines you? What is it that won’t let you play, talk, or interact? What is it that says you can’t write, or you’ll never sing? What is it that says you’re not as good as someone else, so “why try?”

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Stop Taking Part in the Continuity of Conflict

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What’s vital to remember about the tragedy of September 11th is that the only thing that can keep it from happening again is for people not to respond in the same way as they always have when hatred raises its ugly head. Call the attack what you will, it all boils down to an act of rage and frustration perpetrated by individuals without conscience.

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Reclaim Your Right to Be Free

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QUESTION


One of the main themes in your new book, The Courage to Be Free, concerns recovering what you call “our original fearless self.” What freedom have we lost, and how do we reclaim it?

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Previous Posts

Start Making Your Life Right, Bright, and True
Within us lives a timeless Self that cannot forget what is right, bright, and true any more than the sun has to try to remember to shine each day.

posted 3:00:11am Aug. 29, 2014 | read full post »

(Video) Stand Up for What's True in You
Guy Finley explains that if you want to have a relationship with the divine, with what's right and good, you must learn to stand up for truth within you. Have the courage to exchange self-concern for spiritual awareness, and you will be given all you need as you are put in relationship with authenti

posted 3:00:26am Aug. 28, 2014 | read full post »

Taking a Stand
Question: Where is the line between not having an issue with anything and enabling or allowing? I don't understand where I must "forget myself" and where I must stand up for something. Answer: One should always try to "forget oneself" whenever one's feelings about a matter are more centered aroun

posted 3:00:33am Aug. 27, 2014 | read full post »

Let the Force of the Universe Work for You
If we knew that the universe was set up for our higher transformation, and that Love is the underlying force in everything we see, and don’t see, we would never give in to the fear that keeps us locked in a prison of thought. So here’s something to remember that will always put the moment back i

posted 3:00:35am Aug. 26, 2014 | read full post »

The Nature of Real Courage
To have courage does not mean that we will be without fear. Real courage – the kind of courage we need on a day-to-day basis to act with integrity in our business and personal relationships – is our willingness to face our fears directly. And this goes much deeper than something like going again

posted 3:00:14am Aug. 25, 2014 | read full post »


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