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  1. Saturday Q&A with Guy Finley (3/26/2011)
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    Topics discussed: Why are we so quick to hurt each other over the smallest things; Is a revelation which takes place hours after a disturbance a true revelation; What does it mean to 'sit' with a disturbance -- and how does that look from an interior perspective; Is the question of whether or not there is a God even important, or is the way I live and behave in life that's more important; What... Learn More
  2. Negativity is Not Your Friend! An Answer to a 9-Year-Old Boy
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    In this video, Guy Finley talks about how true interior freedom dawns as we begin to observe the mechanical behavior of negative states as they try to tell us who we are and what is possible for us in the moment.

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  3. Commentary on the Pennsylvania School Stabbing Incident
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    Guy Finley comments on the April 9, 2014 stabbing incident at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville, PA. He answers the question, what causes a young person to act in such a violent way and what can we learn from this type of event?...

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  4. The Real Root of All Rage Revealed
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    In this brief sound bite, Guy Finley talks about the root cause of all the pain and anger we experience when something that we thought we possessed is taken away from us.

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  5. The First Step in Dying to the Suffering of Hatred and Fear
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    Featured Study Group Topic for the Week of May 4, 2015. That we blame anyone or anything for our suffering reveals our blatant refusal to accept responsibility for our present level of consciousness. That we refuse to see this condition indicates an almost complete lack of conscience on our part; this fact is evidenced any time we agree to embrace a feeling of hatred born of resisting those mo... Learn More
  6. Learn to Use Energetic Forces for Self-Revelation
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    Guy Finley explains that when strong energetic forces such as anger, rage, and anxiety appear in us, we can either deliberately use them for our spiritual growth, or they will be unconsciously misused and squandered through resistance.

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    It is virtually impossible to consciously bear the unpleasant manifestation of any other human being until we have awakened to the same manifestation in ourselves, and learned to consciously suffer it. In other words, we can only bear in someone else what we have learned to bear in ourselves... which means none can be truly compassionate until we know what it means to suffer ourselves for the... Learn More
  8. Start Seeing How Others See You and Watch Old Conflicts Fade From View
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    Featured Study Group Topic for the Week of March 28, 2016. Part 1: It is virtually impossible to consciously bear the unpleasant manifestation of any other human being until we have awakened to the same manifestation in ourselves, and learned to consciously suffer it. In other words, we can only bear in someone else what we have learned to bear in ourselves... which means none can be truly com... Learn More
  9. Refuse to Give Life to What is Harming You
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    Whenever we don't want a particular condition and then attempt to push it away, we actually strengthen the condition that we say we don't want. To see this dynamic taking place as it happens causes a separation from that level of self that falsely believes that it can feel better about itself by resisting life.

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  10. If You Lay Down with Dogs, You Get Up with Fleas
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    Guy Finley explains that when we lend our attention to considering any worry, blame, regret, or resentment, we have unknowingly agreed to be commanded by that negative state.

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  11. Being Perfected by the Golf Swing
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    "Letting go" author Guy Finley tells a story about an owner of a golf driving range befriending a young player who, despite being a newcomer to the game of golf, does not let frustration get the best of him. Not getting negative over our mistakes allows us to learn from them.

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