The Secret of Letting Go
The events, circumstances, things and people in our life are all here to help us evolve and grow, offering us opportunities every day to continue in our evolution. Broken down to the basics, our lives are a consistent invitation to let go. "Of what?" you ask. Listen in to today's show with best selling author, radio host, spiritual teacher and Director of the Life of Learning Foundation Guy Finley and you will discover that and much more.

This week's show is an invitation to you to go deep within yourself, to develop a greater sense of awareness, to find a sense of oneness with all. As Guy expertly helps us to understand... it all begins with you!

For more information about Guy, his books, and the work he does in the world today, be sure to visit www.guyfinley.org. There are a lot of free resources there that can help you along your journey. And be sure to also check out The Life of Learning Foundation at www.guyfinley.com.

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