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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.
Within each of us, in our hearts and in our minds, there lives a special kind of light. In truth, it is everywhere.
The false self is the master of making mountains out of molehills, because it loves nothing better than dark and bumpy downhill roads.
Our one true responsibility in life is to be awake and receptive to the eternally unfolding present moment, even as we give our full attention to what is revealed within us for its ceaseless passage through us.
As soon as we see that the healing we hope for begins with releasing our unseen relationship with the parts of ourselves that are responsible for our self-hurting, the sooner our heartaches end.
Guy Finley explains that if we wish to know God's life, then we must be willing to meet and walk into our limitations so that real faith can be born in us.
Guy Finley reveals that the "self" that grieves over an unwanted event is the same level of self that dragged you into the situation in the first place. We have the capacity to use the shock of that realization to wake up and let go of the pain.
In this brief talk, Guy Finley explains that anything that tries to get us to identify with something outside of us is dragging us down, even though it may seem to be pulling us up.