For Those In The Process Of ‘Letting Go’.. Read On

“It’s not that I don’t love you..”

People’s thoughts and wisdom on ‘letting go’


“In my lifetime I’ve let go of a marriage, a career, a house, a country, my family, and the list probably goes on. I loved the house but it stopped feeling like my house. I believe however that it has been a much richer life for the letting go. There comes a time when you have to let go of what is no longer working — either willingly or it will be taken from you. Always best to let go with grace.”

“It’s definitely a process, especially when it is something you love. I’ve learned to let go of things I love in order to keep a hold of my “passion!” When the love of the passion is greater than the love of things that prevent us from living it, the process of “letting go” seems much easier (even if it’s still a little tough to do!) And sometimes the things we let go of for the sake of keeping our passion alive will find its’ way back into our life at a better time!”

“A sign of moving more deeply into the live we love. As we do, our choices are between what we love more. Priorities narrow so we can become more focused on what is calling us to go deeper, farther, or closer to what is brewing up from within.”

“It’s much easier to let go of the things you don’t want, but not so much for the things you DO want. There is a price for admission to this dance we call life. I guess each of us has to decide, from the heart outward, what we’re willing to pay to play.”

“Let go or be dragged. I can’t remember who said it but powerful nonetheless.”

” Letting go is something I have been contemplating recently. I know it is vital in order to bring the light back into my life, and yet it is so difficult. I know it is time, and yet it is so frightening. But I also know that until I let go, I will remain paralyzed in fear and doubt. I am saying it with you now: “I love you, but I’m letting go.”

“I once heard someone say “everything I have ever let go of has claw marks all over”. Letting go isn’t easy but it always has its rewards!”

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