Letting go

We have become a society that loves to hold on to everything. Sickness, pain, depression, sorrow, fear, anxiety, guilt.

We can't seem to enjoy or be grateful for all the GOOD things that happen to us daily. The moment to moment blessings that we have every single minute of every single day. We can breathe, walk, enjoy sunshine, electrically controlled environments so we are comfortable all the time. Most of us have food on the table and roofs over our heads. Jobs, even if we don't like them. Hobbies and activities we are able to enjoy every day.

Instead, we choose to rant and rave at the powers that be (the universe, or God or whatever higher power you believe in). When things go wrong, get bad or tragedy strikes we are very quick to blame something outside of, or other than ourselves. Yet we then cling to whatever has happened and refuse to let IT go, Then we spin our emotional wheels in one spot, creating more and more of whatever it is we don't want. A vortex of negativity.

Ever think it is time to get of the merry-go-round of whatever you are holding onto so tightly?

Let IT go. Easier said than done, I know. We are creatures of habit and no, it is not easy to let go of things that no longer serve us. We become attached to the negatives, they become familiar. And letting go means stepping out to doing something different. Take stock, seek professional help from your doctor, your pastor, counsellor or a professional Hypnotherapist.

Before you do, make sure that YOU are ready to take responsibility and DO the work on yourself as well. No one can help you until you step up to help yourself.


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