Let Go and Live in the Now Awaken the Peace, Power, and Happiness in Your Heart by Guy Finley

That chronic, nagging sense of discontent, that sneaky feeling that something is missing from life, that secret yearning for “something more” can all be healed.

In Let Go and Live in the Now, best-selling author Guy Finley brings the great Wisdom Teachings of centuries past into our lives in an intimate, accessible way. Each chapter of Let Go and Live in the Now tackles a hurt that keeps us from experiencing inner peace and happiness.

Every chapter includes a brief essay and a contemporary teaching story followed by exercises to help readers incorporate the teaching into everyday life. Each chapter ends with “Ask the Masters,” a question-and-answer format with such historical and modern-day spiritual masters as Buddha, St. Augustine, G.I. Gurdjieff, Henry David Thoreau, Peter Matthiessen, and Jeanne Guyon. “It only seems as though there’s something more important for you to do than just quietly be yourself,” writes Guy Finley.

Imagined heavens never last, but eternal principles empower readers to live in “the now.” From the first story of Katie, her broken heart, and the doctor who shows her how to heal it to the very last lesson of Paul who relocates himself from the city to the country and still can’t see “the forest for the trees,” readers see themselves in these eloquent retellings of ancient spiritual principles.

Guy Finley is a spiritual teacher who distills the wisdom of the ages and makes it accessible to all. His bestselling books include The Essential Laws of Fearless Living, The Intimate Enemy, and Design Your Own Destiny. He appears regularly on the Jordan Rich radio show and has appeared on Larry King Live, CNN, Entertainment Tonight, and many other radio and TV shows.

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Guy Finley: Letting Go

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Best-selling “Letting Go” author Guy Finley’s encouraging and accessible message is one of the true bright lights in our world today. His ideas cut straight to the heart of our most important personal and social issues — relationships, success, addiction, stress, peace, happiness, freedom — and lead the way to a higher life.

Guy is the author of The Seeker, The Search, and The Sacred and more than 40 other books and audio programs that have sold over a million copies in 18 languages worldwide. In addition, he has presented over 4,000 self-realization seminars over the past 30 years and has been a guest on television and radio shows, including national appearances on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN and NPR. His syndicated weekly radio program is aired on several international networks.

Guy is director of Life of Learning Foundation, a non-profit Center for Self-study in Merlin, Oregon, and his Key Lesson e-mails are read each week by over 200,000 subscribers in 142 countries.

Guy’s career reached this point through a circuitous path. Born into a successful show business family, he is the son of late-night TV and radio pioneer Larry Finley. His childhood friends were the sons and daughters of the most famous celebrities in the world. As a young man Guy enjoyed success in a number of areas including composing award-winning music for many popular recording artists including Diana Ross, Debbie Boone, The Jackson 5, Billy Preston, The Four Seasons, as well as writing the scores for several motion pictures and TV shows. From 1970-1979 he wrote and recorded his own albums under the Motown and RCA recording labels.

Throughout his youth, Guy suspected there was more to life than the type of worldly success that led to the emptiness and frustration he saw among his own “successful” friends and colleagues. In 1979, after travels throughout North America, India and the Far East in search of truth and Higher Wisdom, Guy voluntarily retired from his flourishing music career in order to simplify his life and to concentrate on deeper self-studies.

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