Starting Over / New Beginnings
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In this short clip Guy Finley reveals what "made in the image of God" means. When a student asks how to heal from "soul wounds," Guy explains that the soul can't be wounded because it is a microcosm of creation itself and a reflection of all that is made in the image of God.
It is a certain level of miracle when, for a person's willingness and work to understand the truth of themselves, something begins to formulate within them that will start to be there for them without them having to ask for it. It is an aggregation of a certain kind of energy that finally forms a certain kind of memory, a certain substance, that begins to be the center of your gravity.
Guy Finley explains that each of us has the possibility of nurturing the "seeds of our soul" so that in their flowering we not only become a bridge between Heaven and Earth, but are also brought into another level of relationship with the Divine.
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.
In this brief talk, "letting go" author Guy Finley talks about how the discovery of who we really are -- our "true self" -- is possible only as we become more and more aware of the legion of false identities that have been operating mechanically in the dark.
Guy Finley explains that a real prayer formulates naturally within spiritual aspirants once they clearly see the fact of their own nature, and realize the necessity for genuine higher help.
Guy Finley explains that when you feel betrayed by God, the actual betrayal is by the deceiving mind that would lead you to believe that God deserts those who love Him.
Nothing true and timelessly Good has ever taken root and flowered in this world that wasn't first sown by love, cultivated through sacrifice, and watered with tears.
In this short talk, Guy Finley explains that true prayer is not intended to be something that we do in order to achieve or acquire something for ourselves so that we can feel "at peace." Real prayer is connected to the understanding that, of ourselves, we cannot resolve the conflict that we experience within ourselves without higher help.
Guy Finley explains that everything you need to succeed and to change the kind of human being you are is already provided for you.
In this short talk, Guy Finley talks about how the seeming "absence" of the divine is actually an invitation for us to draw inwardly nearer to that which never stops calling us.
In this short talk, Guy Finley talks about how true fearlessness is intimately connected to our sincere wish to ceaselessly discover more and more about God's life.