the art of letting go and lessons I've learned in  simplifying life

The Art Of Letting Go

Minimalism, as a lifestyle, is the art of letting go.

Minimalism, as a lifestyle, is the art of letting go.

8 Unseen Evidences — The Art of Self-Growth & Planting Seeds Along the Way.

8 Unseen Evidences — The Art of Self-Growth & Planting Seeds Along the Way.

This sounds like the garbage that was fed to family members a few years back. The word toxic gave it away. I say think for yourself and stop letting people dabble in your brain. Families are often dysfunction and you my dears are just as toxic. Same blood

"It has taken years for me to understand why letting go felt so good. But it’s in the art of letting go that the answer lies. So choose something that’s holding you back, and simply let it go.  (Insert pithy reference to Frozen here.)"

"It has taken years for me to understand why letting go felt so good. But it’s in the art of letting go that the answer lies. So choose something that’s holding you back, and simply let it go. (Insert pithy reference to Frozen here.)"

Staircase "  Patterns are formed when ones structural element, or functional operation is placed in a manner that creates flow and change. The combined parts are different then the separate parts. Perhaps the patterns are already in existence,..."

The Extraordinarily Remarkable Life and Art of M. C. Escher

Staircase " Patterns are formed when ones structural element, or functional operation is placed in a manner that creates flow and change. The combined parts are different then the separate parts. Perhaps the patterns are already in existence,..."

Mindfulness and the Art of Letting Go

Mindfulness and the Art of Letting Go

Mindfulness practice can help cultivate one of life's most healing lessons: how to let go of the stories, fears, and expectations that bring us suffering.

1. Will you be hurting yourself more in the future if you stayed? 2. Is there a way that the past won't come back to haunt you one day?  3. Will you be okay one day if you see them again somewhere? 4. Do you have enough strength to let go of the memories?  Answer these questions honestly and you'll know where you stand.

1. Will you be hurting yourself more in the future if you stayed? 2. Is there a way that the past won't come back to haunt you one day? 3. Will you be okay one day if you see them again somewhere? 4. Do you have enough strength to let go of the memories? Answer these questions honestly and you'll know where you stand.

The most terrifying part of letting go is just before you loosen your grip.  Once you let go, momentum will take over. Once you’ve made the move away from the things that are hurting you, the things that will be good for you will find you.

Letting Go: How to Master the Art

The most terrifying part of letting go is just before you loosen your grip. Once you let go, momentum will take over. Once you’ve made the move away from the things that are hurting you, the things that will be good for you will find you.

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