“We either make ourselves miserable or we make ourselves strong. The amount of work is the same.” –Carlos Castaneda
I don’t know about you, but I’d rather work on making myself strong. We’ve all been around miserable people; they’re no fun at all! Strong people, on the other hand, can motivate us to keep going when we want to crawl under the nearest rock and never come out. Strong people understand the importance of letting go. While holding on to anger, fear, or resentment sounds strong, it actually takes a lot more strength to let go. Why is letting go so important? Letting go is good for your health. Holding on creates stress in your body, creating inflammation and future disease. Is whatever you can’t let go of worth your happiness or health? I don’t think so.
“Nothing needs to be fixed. Everything is unfolding perfectly. So when you stand in your now accepting that all is well, then from that vibration, you become surrounded by more and more evidence that all is well. But when you’re convinced that things are broken, that there is pollution, or that things have gone wrong, or that the government is doing conspiracies…then what happens is you get caught up in that vibration, and you begin to manifest that kind of stuff, and then you say, “See, I told you that things were going wrong.” –Abraham-Hicks
Letting go is good for your life. The Naked Truth about LETTING GO: If you are holding on with all your strength, you won’t be able to let go. If you can’t let go, there is no room to grasp the opportunities that come your way. Choose to make yourself strong, not miserable. The amount of work is the same. What are you waiting for? Start letting go! Grab the opportunistic bull by the horn!