‘To hold, you must first open your hand. Let go.’ – Lao TzuDear friends,
Last week was marked with a series of interesting talks, mainly dealing with a perennial challenge of not having enough time to do things we want to do, ignoring the things we ought to do and a fear of letting go and surrender.
Surrender to yourself
And precisely this last stance is something I am willing to explore more and allow more space for… As it is only in the moments of absolute surrender, that great ideas are born, that things get done and the fear disappears.
In the process of surrender we are spontaneously led to a place where no fear resides and struggle is replaced by non-doing that is actually all-doing. Real strength and power come from truly and fully giving up, asking for help, surrender to our ‘weaknesses’ rather than frantically and desperately looking for quick fix solutions just so we could feel ‘safe’.
This doesn’t mean that by letting go we let go of all responsibility. On the contrary, we are more open and ready to listen to our inner voice, embrace the stillness and mindfulness that open the door to greater things and solutions.
With this in mind, I invite you to let go and surrender and let your inner voice and your true being guide you…notice what happens!
I wish you a weekend filled with light, love and serenity.
Sending you oceans of love,
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