Wednesday July 26, 2023
4-5pm Pacific Time
(7-8pm Eastern Time)
Cost: $50 (includes recording)
This webinar will be recorded so you do not need to attend live. Recording will automatically be sent 24 hours following live transmission.
If we genuinely want to experience something new and expansive in life, then letting go…this is the way.
What is letting go?
Letting go is living in a space of freedom between past expectations and future dictations. Letting go allows the current of life to carry you to a new place, often a more profound, more authentic self-expression.
Letting go, a facet of heart-centered awareness and neutrality provides an allowance for something new to actualize as a reflection of completion.
Holding on is believing that there’s only a past; letting go is trusting that there’s a future and that reality is up for grabs.
Letting go allows us to easily access our mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual energy productively. Consider letting go to be the neuro-psychological equivalent of switching focus from how things “should” have gone a specific way to a focus on what we can do Now. Letting go is the gift of being present.
Letting go is a release from putting life on pause for ‘because’; holding on is bargaining with the “If-Then” Meme. If this happens, then I will be happy. If this didn’t happen, then I could feel OK.
There is a difference between letting go through awareness and resistance through resonance. Letting go through awareness is releasing attachment to something needing to change. Resistance through resonance is fighting against something so it will change, dogmatically adhering to an idea, plan, expectation, agenda, model, or belief system that encodes for the way things “should be,” “ought to be,” or “could be.”
Letting go is not giving up. Instead, letting go enables us to move beyond the dualistic notions of this way or that way. My way or the highway. Right or wrong. Yours or mine. Letting go is a movement toward inclusion. All becomes possible.
Letting go is embracing the knowingness that things always have a way of working out. Often our expectations do not work out. When we expand beyond our expectations, Either-Or becomes ‘and’ as never-Anding possibilities.
See you there!