Let Go

The fog disorients us, but also, it reminds us to slow down and pay attention. When the fog arrives, it arrives on purpose to impair vision. Any foggy situation requires clarity. Sometimes the fog will appear out of nowhere, you know the unexpected surprises.

You might not know what’s coming, but trust knowing where you are in that moment. Stop and reflect. Focus on the present moment. Use patience, perseverance, and trust in the moment.

How often do you hear, “Don’t worry?” Many times, right? If it were simple to do, I’d tell you to stop. Anything that requires growth isn’t simple. Simple does exist. And, inward mental growth isn’t simple.

You have to do the mental work to grow inward. If you desire to grow inward, it takes commitment, practice, and acceptance. The acceptance that whatever you desire is for you. Your desire might not be the same as someone else’s and it’s okay. Not everything is for you and not everyone is with you. Can you accept this?

Let go of people and situations that don’t serve and support you. Let go of false thinking. This is the thinking that brings worry, stress, or frustration. Change is allowable and healthy. Change is empowers your commitment to yourself with consistency. It’s a consistent way of rethinking how you approach and react to people and situations. Especially the unexpected people and situations you don’t foresee.

People die and get sick due to stress. Decide this is not going to be you. Determine within yourself that you will “trust the process.” Listen to the unction of your inner voice to let go of the outcome. Let go of needing to know, or needing to know how, where, when and why. Let go of attempting for know the results of plans and dreams. Let go of the need to understand, “Why things happen?” Instead, “trust the process.”

Listen to the unction of your inner voice to let go of the outcome. Let go of needing to know, or needing to know how, where, when and why. Let go of attempting for know the results of plans and dreams. Let go of the need to understand, “Why things happen?” Instead, “trust the process.”

Trust the process of doing what you can now with what you have. Appreciate what you have now, where you are, and every interaction. Trust yourself. Letting go of the outcome has a foundation of trust. Dare the universe to answer your requests, as you trust to let go of the time. Another great reason to let go resides in your ability to create an atmosphere of no stress. Let that ish go!