Letting Go with Guy Finley

The effort to remain inwardly awake, the work to be grounded in the present moment, is not to put away some pain that may be troubling you. The act of being “in Presence” – the attention required to do so — is to make possible the following revelation, including its self-liberating realization: the negative experience of any given moment is, in fact, inseparable from the nature of the seer. In other words: when you mingle yourself with dark thoughts and miserable feelings, is it any wonder why you feel dark and miserable? As goes your attention, so comes your experience.

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