Letting Go


Why do we hang on? Why do we let things linger in our heads and in our lives that aren’t doing us any good and why (typically) for longer than we should? It could be the way we’re taking in information, processing it and then obsessing over it, or in other words, hanging on. Are we using emotion or logic to make decisions and move on from thoughts and situations? Do we really believe lying to ourselves, in order to protect ourselves, is better than being honest with ourselves and letting go? I have been guilty of not always letting go myself. I think this concept of letting go (or not letting go) is interesting and something just about any person can relate to.

We always hear the saying that honesty is the best policy, but are we being honest with ourselves? Meditation can play a key role in practicing the…

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