In Living Now: Secrets of the Extraordinary Life, Guy Finley exhorts listeners to transform themselves to fulfill their purpose in life. With warm enthusiasm and outspoken passion, Finley's experienced oration motivates listeners to act in order to let go. With nine appealing programs including The Work and Reward of Being Yourself, Invite the Light to Change Your World, and The First Principle of Freedom, Finley draws on world spiritual traditions and truths to offer simple solutions to the anxieties of the human condition.
The ability to do, to act in the Now and not fall into fear, doubt, or other self-limiting states is the same as the power to live in the perfectly present moment.
What unseen forces are working within us to keep us from realizing a relationship with our own secret heart? What must we do to realize the hidden power, promise, and freedom that awaits us in our own higher self?
In Living Now you'll find the answers to these and other great mysteries. You'll be shown the secrets for entering into direct relationship with the Grand Principles of kindness, compassion, freedom, peace, and love, so they not only guide your thoughts, but your actions as well.
Harness the Powers of a Liberated Life:
- Solve the mystery of yourself and start true self-healing
- Be stronger than whatever shakes you
- Free yourself from any worry or fear
- Enter into the Timeless Life
- Do your part to help transform the world
- Call on higher principles to empower you in the Now
Take the Path That Leads to the Timeless Life
The Work and Reward of Just Being Yourself
Seven Words to Help Lift You Above the Storms of Life
Let Go and Let Higher Powers Help Liberate You
The First Principle of Freedom
Free Yourself From the Pain of the Past and Future Worry
A Higher Realization That Helps Release You from Any Fear
Invite the Light to Change Your World
Two Lessons About Making the Leap Into Real Life
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- B. Hansen
- Palo Alto, CA USA
This guy needs some presentation skills: his multiple starts and re-starts got wearisome and his heavy use of stories, without bringing home the point, was maddening. Also, I became more and more mindful of his mis-use of popular terms and phrases.
He has some great points, but they were so muddled with his constant asides, efforts to be amusing and assumption that the audience gets the point he is trying to make - he simply goes off tangent way too much. He doesn't tie it up.
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