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  1. Shatter the Pattern of Familiar Conflict
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    Shatter the Pattern of Familiar Conflict

    • Posted: 12/12/23
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    Before we can learn how to step outside the pattern set into motion by some habitual negative reaction toward others, we need a better understanding of the underlying forces that create it. In other words, we must find a way to look at these same moments through a "new set of eyes."

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  2. Do What You Know is Right and True for You
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    Do What You Know is Right and True for You

    • Posted: 12/08/23
    • Meeting: 07/23/23
    • Time: 00:04:50
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    In this answer to a viewer's question, inner-life author Guy Finley talks about doing the right thing in our relationships with others, and how unconditional love does not mean unconditionally tolerating people who repeatedly refuse to see where they are hurting themselves and others.

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  3. I've Become Estranged From Someone Very Close To Me
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    I've Become Estranged From Someone Very Close To Me

    • Posted: 11/18/23
    • Meeting: 07/26/23
    • Time: 00:08:53
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    In this answer to a viewer's question, "Secret of Letting Go" author Guy Finley provides some insights into how there can be resentment, antagonism, and hostility between two people who claim to love each other.

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  4. You Are in a World of Sleeping Human Beings
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    You Are in a World of Sleeping Human Beings

    • Posted: 07/26/23
    • Meeting: 06/04/23
    • Time: 00:02:56
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    In this answer to a viewer's question, "letting go" author Guy Finley explains that what we don't like about other people is what we want from them. If we didn't want something, then there would be no problem with another person's bad behavior. The task is to see that we have lived unconsciously from a nature that rejects anything that doesn't meet its approval.

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  5. The Love We Seek is Going to Have to Start With Us
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    The Love We Seek is Going to Have to Start With Us

    • Posted: 07/16/23
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    When we're negative -- in a "power struggle" with someone over whatever is being contested -- we're reduced to being little more than a puppet. We're literally "strung out" -- momentarily animated -- by unseeing forces in us that can only do one thing: mechanically oppose whatever seems to oppose them.

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  6. Use Your Relationships to Unlock Love's Power of Revelation
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    Use Your Relationships to Unlock Love's Power of Revelation

    • Posted: 02/07/23
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    We love to be shown qualities within us that are positive. But love often shows us what is un-loving within us, much as the light of the sun creates shadows. To understand this is to realize that even in the darkest moment of some unwanted revelation, we are never without love; it is always there, even if -- as clouds sometimes hide the sun...

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  7. Why Do I Stay in a Bad Relationship?
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    Why Do I Stay in a Bad Relationship?

    • Posted: 12/23/22
    • Meeting: 10/26/22
    • Time: 00:02:21
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    Why do I stay in a bad relationship with someone who gaslights me? We all want to know when to let go of a love relationship that is toxic. Guy Finley answers what is going on "within us" when we can't let go and stay involved in a bad relationship.

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  8. Why Do I Get So Angry With People?
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    Why Do I Get So Angry With People?

    • Posted: 11/29/22
    • Meeting: 10/19/22
    • Time: 00:03:54
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    We all have experienced feeling angry and hurt when someone speaks their mind to us and is disrespectful. Being tolerant and nice only works to a point, and then we find ourselves unable to contain our feelings and helpless to deal with the anger we feel. In this Q&A Guy Finley reveals that the real question isn't, how do I stop getting angry with people, but rather, what can I discover about my own anger?

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  9. How to Detect and Reject Psychic Intruders
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    How to Detect and Reject Psychic Intruders

    • Posted: 09/01/22
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    Mistaking intruders for welcome guests in your inner home is not nearly as uncommon as you may think. Isn't it true that each of us knows firsthand this everyday experience? One minute you're walking along without a care in the world, and the next minute you feel as though you're carrying the entire world on your back! Your inner home, where you really live, has been temporarily...

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  10. Be the One Who Doesn't Shut Down
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    Be the One Who Doesn't Shut Down

    • Posted: 05/19/22
    • Meeting: 05/04/22
    • Time: 00:02:48
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    In this answer to a viewer's question, "letting go" author Guy Finley talks about how there is no chance for anything to change for the better as long as we shut our eyes to events that run counter to what our minds say should be happening.

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  11. Give Yourself and Others Room to Grow
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    Give Yourself and Others Room to Grow

    • Posted: 11/19/21
    • Meeting: 10/30/21
    • Time: 00:03:49
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    In this answer to a viewer's question, Guy explains that smothering another person is connected to a fear of spending time alone, and that it is a loving act to give another person the space to be what they are.

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  12. Move from the Mental How into the Spiritual Now
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    How to Interrupt the Pattern of Fighting

    • Posted: 09/30/21
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    Have you ever been drawn into a fight with a loved one where - by the time you got knee-deep into who's "right" and who's "wrong" -- maybe over the most trivial of matters -- it felt as if, somehow, your very life depended on the outcome of that fight We've all had moments like this, perhaps too many times; which is why it seems strange that we've yet to see the following...

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