be unafraid to let go 2/26 (audio 1:58)

This is the second installment of “Be Ready for the Wonderful: Words of Well-Being to Ease Your Way Through Change.”

Be Unafraid to Let Go

Change can be a powerful tonic, bringing fresh vibrancy to the old and stale. But first, you must be willing to release dead-end relationships, jobs, or beliefs once and for all and trust that better options will arrive to take their places.

If you cling tightly to soul-numbing situations out of fear or desperation, how can you possibly prepare to receive something that offers you more?

Refusing to let go leaves you stuck in the mud. It creates a breeding ground for stagnation and brings a screeching halt to creativity, intention, and the manifestation of your true desires.

If you spend more time complaining than celebrating, it is time to let go. If the best and highest good of all concerned is no longer served, it is time to let go.

You may experience an unfamiliar emptiness as you wait for more appropriate circumstances to appear, but in time, fear will fade. Have faith. Bright, new beginnings will emerge through the clouds, and you will greet change with a robust handshake and a radiant heart.

2 comments

  1. You are most welcome, Dear Julie. Always intrigued by who drops out of the sky, and when. Blessings on all your navigations, wherever they are taking you and yours…

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