“Letting go helps us to live in a more peaceful state of mind and helps restore our balance. It allows others to be responsible for themselves and for us to take our hands off situations that do not belong to us. This frees us from unnecessary stress.” – Melody Beattie
Continuing the Walk and the Learning …
It is another new beginning for me this morning … for us all. Each of us facing challenges. Each of us processing each moment through our beliefs … our beliefs in how the universe and our internal feelings and processes create reality.
We all are entitled to inner peace and joy as children of the universe. My quest is to discover the means to create it as I walk my individual journey of self-discovery and awaken to myself. Simplicity … I seek simplicity this morning as I approach the end of 3 weeks of inner turbulence.
My 3 week journey took me across a varied and complex landscape. Though small moments of understanding occurred, much still “feels” unknown. But as I begin to pack for my return I do sense from my inner voices detectable themes. They surface as: 1) Best is good enough, 2) Simplicity enhances inner peace, and 3) Letting go returns personal power. Much might be said about each, but I sense they are offerings brought to me through these past days and weeks. There is likely more, but I pluck the ripest fruit that surfaces in my mind this morning.
And as I step on the plane tomorrow I will once again move into transition … one left behind several weeks ago but again taken up and traveled. But it is different … because I am different. I have changed. I have learned and I have remained in confusion … I’m touched by it all and now have many new things that are part of me as I return from this recent journey through my own personal discovery and awakening. What awaits me? What unanticipated surprises will reveal themselves as I step off the plane?
Let it go …! Let go of the need to know … I let it go and seek the simplicity of living in the moment, allowing things to be revealed, knowing that I will simply do my best and deal with whatever rises from the moment. It is what I’ve learned … my personal “tune up” from the “Me” that left 3 weeks ago and now returns tomorrow. Transition …………