A Four-Word Practice that Leads to True Personal Wholeness by Guy Finley

Key Lesson: Honesty heals; lies hurt.

In these four words lives all one needs to know and practice, that is, assuming one wishes to be whole, harmless, true and loving.

This article is excerpted from The Secret of Letting Go (pages xx-xxii).

Let Go and Rise Above What Holds You Down

Each time we see the need to let go of something — a bad habit that drags us down, an unsatisfactory relationship, a career choice that can’t complete us in the way we dreamed it would, or maybe unrealistic expectations of ours about others that eventually spoil our partnerships with them — whatever it may be: what is it that’s actually happened in these moments of honest self-examination? See if this simple answer doesn’t describe our situation.

Aren’t we being “asked” to give up an existing relationship in order to make room in our lives for something higher? Of course we are. Then why is it so hard to act on our intuition? After all, who doesn’t want a life that’s better, brighter, and truer? Here’s why we hesitate to make this exchange, as so many of us do: the real challenge in such moments is that what we must choose in favor of can’t be seen by our physical eyes!

via A Four-Word Practice that Leads to True Personal Wholeness [Writing].

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