Starting Over / New Beginnings
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Topics Covered: Feeling like you are always in trouble; Worrying that someone is mad at you; Tells that we are lying to ourselves; The body manifesting a reaction going on inwardly; Awareness of anxiety through what the body is doing; Inner dialog and mental movies; Holding your breath...
Topics Covered: Contradictions in our consciousness; Being in thought is like being in a blizzard; The conflict in not being able to control life; There is no problem, but thought always makes a problem; Everything comes into existence with everything it requires to exit existence at the same time; Complaint is the deflection of responsibility and postponement of revelation...
In this excerpt from an online Q&A with Guy, he explains to an attendee that as negativity subsides, the heart's natural capacity to feel returns.
We may pity the hamster on its wheel in a cage, perhaps even feeling superior to such a clueless creature that keeps running in the same place, going nowhere with no clue of its captive state. But the fact is -- and may God help us to see it as so -- there is little difference between this hamster wheel and the "wheel" of negative thoughts and feelings that, on one hand, tell us how to escape...
Our feelings about the world that we see, with all its confusing colors and schemes, are reflections of our own internal life.
Authentic self-healing begins with truthful self-seeing, so that each discovery of what darkens our path in life moves us toward higher, happier ground.
Even in the most devastating moments, taken rightly, is a secret invitation asking us to let go of and transcend the self we've been.
Part of our possibility of growing into another order of being, of having a relationship with what is more celestial than earthly in nature, is that we're capable of seeing the world around us through eyes that are not just connected to our response to what we see but are connected to the reality behind what is seen.
Life of Learning Foundation founder and director Guy Finley talks about the simple but powerful distinction between what is useful and what is useless in our lives. The full replay of this class is available in Life of Learning Foundation's Online Wisdom School, GuyFinleyNow.org, where you can join other true aspirants from around the world as we work to invite higher understanding into our li...
There's an old Zen saying "first there is a mountain, then there is no mountain, then there is a mountain" which alludes to the fact that problems are not outside of us but are an aspect of one's level of consciousness. The clearer that becomes, that there is no mountain apart from the nature that creates it, then the mountain disappears.
One of the marvels of our lives is that they can undergo a natural healing process when our wish for an awakened consciousness allows the Truth to shed its curative light.
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