Have you ever noticed that there are certain areas of your life that consistently don’t work?
Do the same self-sabotaging patterns and upsets keep showing up in your life?
These conditions keep showing up because we create them. We hold on to them.
Every one of us has an internal mechanism that forces us to act in a way that destroys our good intentions. Once you discover this mechanism and learn how it works, problem areas can clear up and you can create an incredible life.
“Anything I cannot transform into something marvelous, I let go.” Anais Nin
“Feeling” are programs, programs based in the past that keep us reacting from a past conditioning instead of in the moment. They impair our responsibility and ability to respond and to discriminate.
Personally, I was tired and frustrated with the 5-year old version of myself continuously running the show and tinting my life with fear, jealousy, inadequacy, and regret. Growing up with an alcoholic father, I have a boatload of “imprinting” unconsciously running my life and ruining my judgement. But you don’t need to have experienced a traumatic childhood to have your own conditioned “baggage”; it is just part of growing up in a world where you are bound to experience fear, rejection, loss, invalidation, etc.
And this is where letting go can transform your life.
The work involved in the “Letting Go” method is about adopting the perspective of the nervous system, so you can get out of your own way. Your nervous system is like your brain in the sense that it makes decisions based on safety and survival, and in doing so governs most of your actions and body functions, like it or not.
By experiencing the “Letting Go” method, you give your nervous system a much-needed rest so that it can recover, rebalance, and recharge, allowing you to successfully achieve the results you crave…and end the intense frustration of battling with yourself on a daily basis.
So what am I letting go of? My need for approval and safety, my fear of rejection, my constant worries around health, my love of drama, my beliefs around what and who I should be, my need to be everything to everyone, my ego-driven desire to be the expert in all things heath related, and the many layers of conflicting priorities I seem to take on everyday.
It’s a journey. Once you start releasing and letting go, there is always a new layer of “crap” surfacing. But all in all, this journey will leave you lighter, brighter, more successful, and healthier. And proud. Because now you really mean it, and are doing it.