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In this answer to an online viewer's question, "letting go" author Guy Finley explains that, rather than being afraid of our perceived limitations, we can actually use them to discover fearless aspects of our consciousness that we didn't know were there before.
If you were empowered to change life -- in order to give yourself whatever is always good and true for you to know and have -- would you ever make any other kind of changes? For example, would you fear unexpected events, such as a loss of some kind? No! Even though they may come as a surprise, you already know that they herald a new beginning of something better.
Our work, in terms of reclaiming our right as human beings to be in relationship with what we choose to be in relationship with, begins with being able to see that we suffer because choices are made for us. And it's an unnecessary suffering.
In this answer to a viewer's question, "Secret of Letting Go" author Guy Finley explains that the fear of being rejected by another person is caused by a mind that is reliving an old painful memory, tricking you into believing that what happened in the past is the only possibility.
In this answer to a viewer's question, bestselling author Guy Finley explains that freedom from fear does not come about through imagining what that freedom is. Our task is to enter into the moment as present to ourselves as we possibly can, and then to allow the intelligence that is inherent in the awareness itself to strengthen our understanding of the true purpose of each moment.
The only responses to life's challenges that any of us "ride" are those we think can carry us to safety. Leaping onto the back of the dark horse of a fearful reaction, according to our old habits, is like entering a runaway carriage being pulled along by wild thoughts and pounding feelings.
In this answer to a viewer's question, "Secret of Letting Go" author Guy Finley talks about staying awake and present to the pressure we feel to avoid unwanted events. There is nothing to fear because the awareness itself will put ourselves and everything else in its proper place.
Regardless of the assertion of any fearful state that seeks to convince you otherwise (using its painful presence within you as "proof" that the prison you're locked within will stand until the end of time), apply this one great truth: That fear must break down if it doesn't succeed in breaking down your willingness to test its reality. How do you conduct such a test?...
In this short video, bestselling "letting go" author Guy Finley talks about how we cannot be afraid of any future moment without having first imagined what that outcome will be.
We must recognize the almost endless cycle of pressure, anxiety, anger, and regret that always appears with the promise that if we follow that branch of negativity, it will lead us back to the source of understanding where we'll be free at last. In fact, that branch we're tempted to follow belongs to something that can never complete itself, and that requires our energy to sustain it.
In this short talk, Guy talks about how there is no fear of the future when we live in the present moment, where everything that we need is being given to us.
The fifth step to making yourself fearless is faith. Real faith is born in a human being when he or she has the direct experience that they live in a world that is established for them to succeed in realizing that within them dwells an Intelligence beyond fear.When a person takes the first four steps - attention, awareness, self-knowledge, and persistence - and brings them together...