Learn To Let Go
During the Bifurcation of Time, one will note how fast things change from moment to moment, which can bring spontaneous surprises. However, it requires that we learn to master the art of Learning to Let Go!
With that being said, I want to share with you some tools on simple key points to help you let go during these challenging times. The original author is unknown or I would give direct credit. I have edited some of the content. However I feel this is key information to share with you as a tool during these times.
Key Point # 1 - Learn To Let Go
Our stories are deep-rooted and until we begin the journey of awakening, our stories define us. The ego identifies purely with the story. Holding on to the ego story, especially those laced with our inner demons, are the stories that have caused us emotional pain and are the major causes of fear-based reactions in the body. They result in that tight, knotted or sick feeling inside our gut that signals stress. Our solar plexus is the main contributor as we feel in conflict over personal power. While these emotions certainly feel real while they last, they are in fact triggered by the thoughts and beliefs, by the memory of a prior situation stimulated in the mind. Seeing the unreality of those memories from the perspective of consciousness, our wholeness being in the now, is the perceptual shift that frees us. Then letting go of the past happens naturally, and we experience true emotional harmony.
Key Point # 2 - Face Your Fear
Get centered then look at the situation whether real or imagined and what is triggering the fear and affirm to yourself: I welcome this as a gift. It is showing me where I am not yet free. Then you simply picture in your mind the worst thing happening. You visualize experiencing the loss or failure, or whatever it is you're afraid of over and over again, until it begins to lose its charge. Until you realize that no matter what happens,you as the lucid ever-present consciousness, which witnesses everything will always be okay. Like the samurai warrior you learn to die before you die. Dying to the images and concepts of I and Me, and thus you are free. Also using the Core Fear Matrix Removal is greatly supportive to releasing emotional charge over facing your fear.
Key Point # 3 - Open Your Heart
Stress and fear close the heart down. We become judgmental and critical and life starts to feel empty, joyless, and meaningless. As you become more present, more sensitive to your own and others' feelings and to the underlying concerns, worries and fears that most people have, your natural kindness, compassion and generosity are liberated and with them deep inner strength and courage. An open heart balanced with common sense and good judgment makes you the kind of person others want to be around.
Key Point # 4 - Releasing Blame
Blaming those who have hurt, wronged or betrayed us causes our heart to harden, makes us feel like a victim and just perpetuates our own suffering. People do hurtful things because they do not feel loved and they are not at peace within themselves. Understanding that, focus on being fully conscious and present in your own life and it will be easier to let go of blame, resentment and anything else that interferes with your mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. This is the essence of forgiveness.
Key Point # 5 - Speak The Truth
To be present without any agenda, one of the signs of being awake requires self-honesty. You have got to be willing to look within and examine the stories that you are still believing, whether stories of self-doubt, guilt, resentment, judgment, arrogance or whatever. As you face them breathe into them and see through their unsubstantiality. After all, you can't actually find a thought or belief anywhere and they start to drop away. Then it becomes easy to speak the truth because you're no longer caught up in trying to defend or justify your ego, which itself is also just a storyline.
Key Point # 6 - Be A Listener
The best way to invite honesty and to attract people to you is to be interested in them. If you are present with them, you will establish the level of trust that makes them want to open up and share themselves with you. Listening is one of the most important keys to being present. Listen to others, listen to the sounds in your environment, and especially listen to the sound of your own thoughts. Listen to the silence beyond thoughts, to the silence that you are. Listening in turn opens you to the experience of yourself as a living, feeling, vibrating, conscious human being.