Being Fearless and Free

  • by Guy Finley
  • Narrated by Guy Finley
  • 15 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Most of us will admit to living with some kind of fear that holds us back, that keeps us running, or that crushes our hopes and dreams. And if we could peek into the secret longing that lives in the hearts of everyone we know, we would see there the one great wish that we all share in common: we want to be fearless and free.This life-liberating album is the doorway to the secret source of fearlessness within you. In it, Guy Finley reveals all new Principles of Power that will help you realize a peace and contentment that nothing can wreck. You, your life, and every experience you go through, will be transformed before your very eyes.


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Refreshing and Fun

I have come to the understanding that so many many authors of this type are really saying the same thing just in a new way. His way is entertaining, honest, engaging. I took the time to write this because after listening to this a few times I decided I wanted to see what else he had out there. So weird to hear negative reviews of various works of his..picking him apart..his voice, what he is lacking in. I wanted to go on record as not agreeing with that and saying I reallllly enjoyed it. AND a few months later came back and just bought two more of his things I am listening to one now. Very enjoyable , nothing I have not heard in a different way but I am completely enjoying his way , his humor his freshness and candor and joy.
With all humility I'd like to add that I have read quite a bit and study a spiritual path for a living ( yoga teacher ). As such , it is fairly rare that I don't value in something that I feel drawn to. My happening upon this author is purely serendipitous. I wasn't looking for something like this but I am delighted to have found it.
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- Lauralee

Needle in a Haystack

I wish this author/speaker (this is NOT a book, but a series of lectures) would spend more time working on getting to the point of what his philosophy is. I respect that life is complex, I respect that thinking and writing is labor, but I do not accept a thesis that cannot be distilled down to a simple statement - and THEN unwrapped with metaphors, examples etc. In the mind of the speaker, his thesis must be simple, but for me, I don't see what he is trying to say/convey. I hope he reads this and I hope he takes some time on meditation WHAT he wants his listeners to get out of the experience. Compare this to books like "Outliers", where the synopsis is distilled down, but time is being spent on giving evidence and examples that opens your mind to what the author is trying to convey. I do like his stories/metaphors - they work. What does not work is the speakers seeming inability to convey what his thesis is. Perhaps it is just to disorganized? It is like a non edited text. It needs a few rounds of re-writing. Simplicity is hard. That is why it is desired.
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- Sabine

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-31-2009
  • Publisher: Life of Learning Foundation