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Letting Go with Guy Finley

Question: Sometimes I feel a deep loneliness in my heart. I know I have many tools to be happy, and the most important tool I have is I’m alive… but the deep loneliness continues. What can I do?

Answer: For many years, we mistake this loneliness as being the echo of something missing in our physical life. It’s not. It’s a kind of call from the heavens, only we don’t recognize it as such because most of our parts still long for people and possessions. Don’t answer your loneliness. Stay with it. Study its face. You’ll see through it. God is on the other side.

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A Commentary and Exercise in How to Consciously Be Atoned With Life

The suffering we are aware of can’t be separated from the awareness of that pain; they appear together. The question is: do we allow this pain, and its attending sense of self, to continue mechanically reconciling our suffering?

Or…do we agree to consciously suffer the Awareness of this lower level of self – that includes its pain – by standing in the Light of the Holy Spirit that reveals it to us, allowing this Presence to make whole what has been a deep-seated conflict too long concealed in “our” consciousness…

…So that in, and through this Celestial awareness a real atonement may be effected: where we enter into – and become one with – the ever-renewing estate of reconciliation that has always existed for a single Divine purpose: to bridge Heaven and earth.

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A Divine Invitation

A Divine Invitation

The Divine gives us a glimpse of its eternal perfection before it invites us to enter.

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In this short talk, Guy Finley talks about how the seeming “absence” of the divine is actually an invitation for us to draw inwardly nearer to that which never stops calling us.

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