Letting go is merely arriving at a decision – no more allowing something from the past tense to influence your life today or to cut down your inner sense of peace and welfare. So all we have to do is to relinquish the beliefs and mental attitudes that keep us from receiving the pleasure of the moment. The issue comes in discovering precisely what that means; we have so many notions that keep us from living in the present moment, from becoming content and peaceful inside…….. Letting Go, Moving On! Don’t be held back by the past – face your guilt and fears and move on!
There’s no demand to harm those who have restricted us in freeing ourselves. And, in a few cases, we might have to break away from a vocation, a line of work, a relationship, or even loved ones in order to produce the life we wish. All the same, most letting go isn’t typically burning up a bridge, but a great deal of the time letting go is an inwardly job: letting go may imply changing our belief formula, a way we work on emotion, or how we see life.
It is crucial to take stock of our positives and negatives before ever arriving at a decision to let go of the past. I advocate taking out a notebook and putting down lists. Who and what is bearing upon us positively? Who and what is bearing upon us negatively? If an individual, line of work, or family member — even a mate or partner — is putting us down often, then we might be wise to handle the problem with them and/or either produce change in that relationship or put distance between ourselves and them. One manner to let go of the past tense is to take away or revise our expectations that produced conflict.
Becoming totally immersed in what you’re doing, called mindfulness is a really great way of relinquishing, letting go of all the other stuff around you, so that all your concentration is founded on what you‟re doing. You‟re not making judgments; you‟re not having expectations of final results. The key thing is that the more we let go of these properties of victimhood and judgment, the more we move into our true nature. Living without judgment means living in a state of being.
Being uncovers our truthful identity and oneness with creation. It lets us release concepts of who we are and lets the spiritual identity emerge. Being places us on the far side the world’s effects and lets us live at a different level of consciousness. It lets us have without fear of loss, without needing to command and judge, to live and be really free. So start to let all your life become one big let-go experience and then see what occurs next. Allow every day to unfold for you not as you’d choose but to show to you your true nature.