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Our lives are living opportunities to explore the celestial stuff of consciousness from which we are created. We can either choose to substantiate this relationship with reality through the “process” of paying attention to its invitation, or we can refuse […]

Question: I need some kind of new motivation for doing things that I just don’t feel like doing, even though I know I need to do them. Where do I look? Answer: All procrastination is rooted in resistance. The mind […]

Being at peace, and learning to live with quiet confidence — even as the world spins wildly around us — begins as we realize within us the presence and power of an interior stillness that neither needs, nor searches for, […]

We know life by its movement — by its parade of passing things, and by our thoughts about them that lend us a ceaseless sensation of ourselves. But to know our True Self, to dwell in its timeless sanctuary through […]

The holiday season is upon us, and while it is intended to be the happiest time of the year (according to popular culture), for many it’s not only not the happiest, it’s often the most conflicted time of the year. […]

True fearlessness is knowing that we are made for whatever happens to us whenever we are willing to let God remake us in that moment.  To see a great mountain is to see the physical expression of a great principle. […]

Awakening to Real Life occurs in direct proportion to waking up from our own sleeping nature — a fact which brings us face to face with some of life’s oldest and greatest spiritual mysteries. The myth of the phoenix, the […]

Compulsive external “doing” is the negative effect of excessive internal noise.

Our true home rests not in some time or place to come; neither does it await in a kingdom impossibly distant from us. Our home, as is true with our Heart of hearts, lies within. No map leads to this […]

Guy Finley explains that we are not intended to be the playwright of our own lives, enacting our own scripts, but rather we are the stage itself upon and through which life is forever being acted out.