Starting Over / New Beginnings
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Guy talks about how it can actually be unhealthy to discuss the concept of "being one with God" because, most of the time, we get lost in imagination when we consider the idea. There is genuine "oneness with the Divine" only when, through moment-to-moment self-seeing and work on ourselves, we become the authentic expression of that which never stops giving life.
Guy Finley talks about how we have a nature within us that is constantly in motion, but yet never actually goes anywhere because all it can do is move from one incomplete idea to another.
Guy Finley explains why it would be wise to become highly suspicious of the parts of ourselves that endlessly seek the approval of other people.
Whenever we picture ourselves, there is one image that rarely, if ever, enters into our mental movie: that of being someone who is ready to fall apart. But truthfully, few of us see ourselves in any self-comprising light at all. We feel safe within the dimly lit theatre of our own circle-of-self-pictures and we return to it often -- especially when the harsh light of reality starts to break th...
Actualizing our spiritual right to live without the frustration of fearful limitations is not a question of achieving something new; it begins with choosing to end a relationship with that which has never been true.
There was once a family living on a large farm, growing corn crops. As the children grew up and the older ones would leave home, the younger ones would get to take better rooms in the house. One boy lived on the east side of the house until one of his brothers left and he was old enough to get his own room on the west side that looked out onto the corn field. The first night in the new room w...
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