We all have something in our lives that requires letting go, whether it be a relationship, material items or simple reactions to everyday difficulties. Some things take more time to release because of the perceived attachment. I suggest we are all able to let go of anything in our lives as long as we trust our inner spirit.
I had a simple reaction the other night when I came home from a lovely 24 hour visit with friends. I walked into the house, it looked like a bomb had gone off in the kitchen(well, what did I expect it was Superbowl Sunday) and the computer had crashed! My first reaction was a feeling of frustration and lack of control when I wanted everything in order. Well, guess what, things don’t always happen as we wish so we might as well go with it when it happens! When events fall out of line it is often a message that change is needed. After my inner explosion, I reminded myself of this fact. I closed my eyes, took a few deep breaths and asked spirit to guide me.
Trusting your inner and outer guides is very important when practicing the art of letting go. Allow God, spirit, your angels, the universe to lead when you want to control. Close your eyes, take a deep breath, pray, meditate and ask for guidance to move forward to the place you are meant to be. No one’s path is a mistake, we all have our own unique road to travel. Letting go of control is especially key when dealing with great losses in our lives. It is difficult to let go and feel the pain that we must experience to grow and move on. Hanging on and attempting control only creates a pressure cooker that is sure to blow if not released. Often, the blow is turned inward which creates more turmoil in one’s life.
So, I now sit here with my lap top, which took some work to get online. My main computer is still in crash mode, the kitchen is clean, and all is good. A little different, but all is fine in my world. A matter of perception.
As the saying goes, “let go and let God”. You will find peace.