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Welcoming the light of truth into our lives is the same as losing all that limits us.

Whoever we are, regardless of our respective circumstances, the Best in us is our individual capacity to outgrow not just the limiting aspects of our own character, but to grow beyond even the best parts of ourselves already once transformed. […]

If, as human beings, we are to answer the call within us to perfect ourselves and the world around us — if we are ever to realize a direct and personal relationship with success itself -— then we must all […]

Any agitation in the soul that is unattended by the conscious light of awareness is a dark heat, one that is unable to change anything about itself except for what it blames for its burning state. *** Real spiritual responsibility […]

We grow into the worlds above us — we are awakened to the kingdoms of higher consciousness within us — by outgrowing the worlds beneath us.

When you know in your heart that you must keep going but your feet just aren’t getting the message, self-understanding can open and carry you through doors that self-insistence cannot. The key to leaving behind our self-created and self-limited world […]

The difference between quitting a task, as opposed to reaching the end of our possibilities with it . . . is this: Whenever we quit our wish to succeed at something, we have first embraced a false sense of hopelessness […]

Why do inner tension, fear, and a sense of limitation exist? Listen in for an amazing but simple exercise to move beyond all negativity… http://www.guyfinleynow.org/members/111.cfm

KEY LESSON: Going into painful confusion over the appearance of any problem is really the avoidance of realizing some temporary limitation in one’s understanding of oneself… and nothing else. A New Understanding About Confusing Feelings Question: Why do so many […]

Join Guy Finley as he explains the revelation of our true self is the natural outcome of a constant pruning away of the illusions we have about our own character…