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Sometimes you think holding on makes you strong, but sometimes letting go makes you stronger.
Ask yourself a question - why do you want to hold on to something that you obviously cannot change, something that is not good for you?
In this meditation you will learn to let go - a story, a situation, a feeling or a reaction that you feel is time to let go. Or just let go of everyday life...
Letting go does not mean that you discard the knowledge you have experienced in your past. Your knowledge remains there and present, but letting go means letting go of the images and emotions, disappointments, frustrations and attachments and fears that cling to your mind.
You practice this meditation by deeply relaxing and consciously surrounding yourself with the situation, turning your gaze inwards and becoming aware of how you are making space: space for new, for better things in your life. You have to be willing to let go in order to receive the life that is waiting for you.
Knowing when to let go is wisdom, doing it is courage and keeping your head up is dignity and self-respect. Letting go takes less strength than holding on and yet it is harder.
And yes, one of the hardest lessons in our lives is letting go, whether it is guilt, anger, love, loss or disappointment. Change is never easy, we are always fighting to hold on and we are always fighting to let go.
Learn to let go - because that is the key to happiness - because when you let go you create more space, space for new things, for better things in your life. You have to be willing to let go in order to receive the life that is waiting for you.
You learn to let go of attachments and leave suffering behind in this meditation. As a bonus track, you can play the meditation music Lettting Go at the end - for your own deep relaxation to let go.