Mindful Monday: Letting Go
“Doubt is a dream-killer and fear is an internal prison cell that bars you off from the world and all the glorious possibilities just waiting for you.” – Dr. Lissa Rankin
Why is it so hard to let go of our fearful thinking?
Why do we clutch onto the very thing that holds us back?
What would happen if we just decided one day to wash our hands of a certain fear, worry or insecurity for good?
Would NOT worrying about our health/relationships/success harm us? Would we suddenly not be vigilant enough? I mean, when we worry about something, we’re just trying to keep ourselves safe, right?
In the end, would absolving ourselves of worry, gasp, kill us?
By letting go, could we free up all sorts of mental space for positive thoughts? And spend our days feeling much lighter, happier, and most of all, free?
I’m asking for a friend.
(21 Days of Praise has been postponed a bit, but oh yes, it’s still happening. I’ve just got to go to the Grand Canyon, Colorado, and Sedona first. ENERGY VORTEXES, PEOPLE.)