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The only way you will ever see that lingering painful negative states should never be justified is if you dare to stop giving yourself good reasons for their destructive presence within you!

When expectations get dashed, we don’t see new possibilities unfolding; all we see is the way things should have gone. We don’t see what is with all of its positive possibilities; instead we see only the negative . . . […]

Find out how the solution to any disturbance can be found right in the heart of the disturbance. It’s not relief from our pain that we are after, but the full realization of the denying self that has set us […]

In this 2 minute talk, Guy Finley acknowledges that everyone has baggage, but the beauty of the truth is that it will never stop trying to help you see that it’s what you don’t yet know about yourself that causes […]

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 […]

Question: I am wondering if all spiritual teachings, especially concerning being present and realizing expansion and contraction, apply to my current situation. My spouse of many years has left me, and I am now isolated and surrounded by memories. Can […]

Guy Finley explains that as photonic activity increases in our sun and solar system, our Earth becomes increasingly bathed in light. This increased exterior activity causes intensified interior stirring, which accounts for the rise of violent and hateful acts in […]

Guy Finley explains that the only way to genuinely help a loved one who is suffering is by first learning to bear the pain their suffering brings up within us.  

Yes, the path that leads to revelation is more difficult, but only in the beginning. Following its way, we are asked to look for the source of our suffering within us instead of what our suffering points to outside of […]

In his inspiring book Man’s Search for Meaning, Viktor Frankl describes his experiences as a prisoner in a Nazi death camp. While many became embittered and hardened in their captivity, some were able to transcend even their horrifying circumstances to […]