Starting Over / New Beginnings
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In this answer to a viewer's question, Guy explains that we are either free now, or we are stuck in the illusion that we must fight for freedom in a time to come.
We don't know that we walk around with our mind literally looking at the world around us through our eyes full of darkness. And the darkness that our eyes are full of is imagination and the self that it generates. Unattended imagination relies on what it imagines in order to bring into existence a simultaneously imagined self. It is the most dangerous force in the world, because anything that...
Feeling compelled to act as the judge and jury of another for failing to exhibit some desirable characteristic or quality, proves the absence of that quality in ourselves.
Unconscious pain persists the way that it does in our lives because we don't know how to discern a true inner guide from a false one, and therefore are mastered by every negative thought and emotion that runs through us that describes to us why we feel the way we do.
Guy Finley explains the key to being able to discern the true inner guide from a false one.
iving within us dwells an order of being that knows, without thinking about it, what is authentically good for us and others.
Keeping the company of Truth is as simple as always working inwardly to be as truthful with ourselves as it is possible for us to be.
In any relationship, the one who is hurt most by the absence of compassion is the one in whom compassion is absent.
Guy Finley explains that our true purpose in life is connected to the part of us that is always present and connected to a higher intelligence that always goes before us to place our existence into its proper context.
In this short audio clip, Guy Finley talks about some of the characteristics of free will -- the capacity to choose what we love -- and the higher kind of responsibility that comes with that gift.
Guy Finley explains that instead of being disappointed when others don't live up to our expectations, we can use their manifestations to remind us of our wish to properly fulfill the purpose of our existence.
True respect for oneself must include the presence of a humility that tempers the temptation inherent in all forms of self-evaluation; otherwise, what we call respect for ourselves is really just a form of secret self-admiration: a false, fearful state that has as much in common with real self-respect as does a postcard picture of a rugged coastline with the towering cliffs and surging waves t...
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