Letting GoNov 04, 2020
Letting go may not seem easy. Whether it’s a relationship that has run its course, a job that you’ve invested years of your time and energy to, or that old cassette player you keep in your overfilled basement of antiques.. We want to hold onto things for the sake of memories and comfort.
The point of change and growth occurs when our conscious minds cannot take the pain of reality any longer..
When we are aware that the relationship is mentally and emotionally draining,
When we are aware that that job is never going to give us the fulfillment we wish for,
or when we are aware that we are actually hoarding not just that cassette player, but many other things that do not spark joy in our lives.
Yet our ego mind grasps onto the things that seem familiar to us. Human beings are creatures of habit.
So we hold on for fear of losing that sense of familiarity.
Imagine holding your breath like you hold onto things. How then can you allow new air and space to flow through your being?
So as we let go of our breath so can we let go of anger, and the feelings and things that do not serve us.