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Letting Go of What No Longer Serves Us

Updated: Apr 20

When we set intentions to release that which no longer serves our greatest and highest good; we need to be prepared that what we release won’t always be what we consciously think we want to release, it won’t always be easy and it won’t necessarily happen in a way that makes any sense.

However, through whatever change happens it's important to remind ourselves in the words of Louise Hay “out of this situation, only good can come”. Letting go of what no longer serves us is deeply liberating and transformative especially when we allow ourselves to trust that all is unfolding perfectly for our greatest and highest good.

What are you carrying that isn't yours to carry?

When we regularly create space to let go of what no longer serves us we lighten the load, think of it as packing for a Ryanair flight, what is essential, what doesn't need to come with you.

In some recent conversations I have been reminded of the importance of doing deeper healing work.

I was reminded of an analogy that I often use called The Scratch & The Scab.

If we get a physical scratch or small cut it can be painful, it can take a bit of TLC to heal, depending on where it is it might inconvenience us for a few days or a few weeks.

It’s usually all a pretty straightforward process.

If we take the scab of a deeper wound that hasn’t yet healed it can be a whole different story. Emotional pain can be the same. If we have done the deeper healing work then when situations arise they still hurt, they still challenge us and we still have to heal and overcome them, they are however less likely to hurt us at a very deep level.

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