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Keeping Our Attention in a Busy World

posted by Guy Finley

Question: I know that one is supposed to work to keep their attention wherever they are, but I live and work in New York City where the atmosphere is so dense and dynamic that you will encounter many impressions from […]

Practice Reclaiming Your Divided Attention

posted by Guy Finley

Here’s the real spiritual reason you should do only one thing at a time – whether putting on a pair of socks, picking up a pencil, or pouring yourself a cup of tea: The only way it’s possible to do […]

Previous Posts

Sow the Seeds of a New Kind of Strength
No animal hides in shame for being itself. No tree bends to the opinion of others. No wind avoids the granite face before it. Only human beings cultivate ways in which to fawn or cower before one another, and all for the sake of winning nothing but a fleeting feeling that for their cunning they have

posted 12:00:24pm Jul. 14, 2014 | read full post »

Reflecting the Divine
Just as the still waters of a quiet pond effortlessly mirror the depths of the sky that towers above it, so does the silent mind reflect with ease upon the Divine that dwells within it.

posted 12:00:24pm Jul. 11, 2014 | read full post »

(Video) Engage Directly With the Divine
Guy Finley explains that no matter how well something is interpreted, the interpretation will always be incomplete because it's at a different level from the original impression. When you see that your mind is always interpreting your experiences for you, you will no longer allow it to continue stea

posted 12:00:03pm Jul. 10, 2014 | read full post »

Fight For Yourself and Find Freedom
We must do more than just try to remember that nothing disturbs our peace of mind without first having gained our consent to enjoin us in that conflict; we must learn to fight for ourselves, to boldly reject any negative state that would rule us -- or else accept the lot of victim and wear his mant

posted 12:00:44pm Jul. 04, 2014 | read full post »

Disharmony in Family Relationships
Question: Regarding harmonious extended family relationships: How do you go about mending a problem (or do you?) between a sister and a wife that was caused by the mother, who naturally is now getting along with both? Answer: Much in the same way we understand there is nothing we can say to a tor

posted 12:00:12pm Jul. 03, 2014 | read full post »


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