We all have stuff we’d like to let go of.
Emotional stuff, mental stuff, material stuff, patterns, addictive behavioral responses.
Things that don’t serve us any longer in business or life.
Perhaps it’s attachments, expectations, judgments or even our creation itself, so it may become more in a likeness of our soul’s true intentions.
My feeling is that maybe we even need to let go of letting go sometimes.
You see from a quantum perspective the material universe is mostly our own observation.
Our own subjective construct.
That means that all that we wish to let go of doesn’t actually exist in a material form until we give it meaning.
It means that our internal obstacles are a ‘beat-up’, an illusion.
There’s nothing to let go.
And in that realization, a whole bunch of stuff no longer matters…
That is, it no longer has space to materialize.
Humans are so attached.
I myself have not mastered the art of letting go as a human. YET!
But the more I explore the virtue of patience and the parallel art to letting go – the art of not caring so much – I see the possibilities for more grace and ease in my business and life.
You see patience doesn’t only say, “I can wait.”
More importantly, it says, “I can non-attach.”
It says, “I can let go.”
(But quietly though because there’s nothing to let go of remember).
Patience loosens the reigns on our creation and let’s the horse of life show the way. We can then truly enjoy the ride.
Discipline also assists.
The discipline to REMEMBER that our creation is mainly a construct and that we, therefore, have control over that construct.
We have the will within ourselves to witness when…
The illusion of lack materializes in our reality,
We have the choice to buy into our limiting construct or not,
We have the opportunity to re-write our life into something more positive,
We have the power to be patient for what we are creating to come…
Or simply we need to LET GO.
Real letting go is when you remember there’s nothing to let go of.
Perhaps it’s less about “letting go” and more about “letting it be gone.”
And in that, we open ourselves the opportunity to realise…
IT WAS NEVER THERE!
We were simply experiencing the self-created construct of something that no longer serves us.
Then we become free to choose how we really wish for our life to be.
It’s an art worth mastering.
What behavioural patterns, expectations or attachments are you holding onto that limit you from building a successful, profitable and purposeful business?
Is there something you need to let go of or change?
What would happen if you could navigate that change effectively, get focused and streamline your performance?
If you’d like help with that…
Heath “Lettin’ It Go” Myers