Starting Over / New Beginnings
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In this short video, Guy talks about how revisiting the past is a present pain that produces more unnecessary, useless suffering. Catch the temptation to revisit the past and realize a life that is being fulfilled and completed in the present moment.
In this answer to a viewer's question, Guy explains how healing from something bad that happened to us in the past begins with observing and letting go of the part of us that finds a peculiar thrill in reliving the event.
Topics Covered: Suppose when we become Truthful, less people agree with us and desert us, particularly family. What will I do in this case?; Freedom from the resistance and anger that comes up to "handle" my spouse's non-stop patronizing in her attempt to fix everything about me; "Who" is it who feels hurt?; What happens immediately after we die?...
Topics Covered: What is the difference between little "I's" and the whole of the divine; I've battled with anxiety and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder since my late teens and don't know how to practice the higher ideas I learn; How do I help a young student in my classroom who is rude and hateful; Is conscience a conduit of truth.
In this excerpt from an online Q&A with Guy, he converses with an attendee about how we can always choose to start over with any difficult relationship.
Guy Finley explains that you can't change a situation you don't want without first changing the nature that got you into it in the first place. Unless that nature changes you'll fall back into the same patterns and attract the same people and unwanted events. Seeing the situation from a higher view reveals the lower level you've been acting from. Then real change can happen.
Guy Finley explains that anyone who remains in an abusive relationship of any kind does so only because of his or her own weakness and unconscious agreement. As we work to separate ourselves inwardly from the false belief that we cannot live without the acknowledgement of others, we will come to know true inner freedom no matter what our exterior conditions may be.
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