The upside of letting go #CariaCares

The upside of letting go #CariaCares

Ever heard the story of the Little Dutch Boy? On the way to school the Little Dutch Boy passed a dyke where he noticed a slight leak. He struggled with the idea that he could use his finger to stop the flow and save the town, but he would get into trouble for being late for school. The story demonstrates illustration of self-sacrifice. And when you act quickly with courage and resource you can avert natural disasters from happening.

Same as if you keep struggling with relationships or situations you end up losing sleep. It may mean you are complaining or over explaining your actions.  Actions that feel like you’re paddling upstream, against a huge current where you become weary.

Whereas emotional intelligence is used to let go and return to the natural flow of the current. Because nothing upstream is worth this kind of struggle. This doesn’t mean giving up working for something that you believe in. When you assess the situation by reviewing the facts and be completely transparent about capabilities.

So, let’s review some things that don’t work. First, people get sick of hearing complaints about the same thing, over and over. For example:

  1. He’s not going to change — even though he could if he wanted to. And if he did, it may take a several years. Assess how many more years you can give until he does?
  2. She’s not going to budge, she has told you many times — it’s really time to believe her.
  3. Your industry isn’t getting better, the signs are everywhere — stop trying to change the game. It’s time to move on and be where you can feel valued.

In terms of your dreams… if it were going to happen, perhaps it may have by done by now. Or if you’re determined to hang in, let’s get down and dirty to release the burden today.

Clearly fighting and wrestling isn’t getting you closer to resolving anything. It’s quite possible that you just don’t have any fight left in you. This is excellent as this defeat can be turned into a major victory.

Here are 4 ways to FOCUS and let go to make your life easier:

  1. Relief

Breathe deep, fill your lungs with air. And release the air in one long breathe. Now repeat this two more times. When you stop fighting or holding on to something so tightly, you will feel a wave of peace washing over you. Ease back into the flow. When you fight against things, you naturally stop the flow of anything great coming into your life. And can actually make things worse for yourself. Feel the sense of relief by breathing deeply.

  1. Benefits

Stop fighting, complaining to friends, or over-eating and benefit from fewer therapy bills. When you give up the fight you WILL get more sleep, space, time, creativity, free expression and way more energy.

  1. Desires

A major bonus of feeling bad or off is that eventually you become really clear about what you do want. Everyone learns through contrast. See this as a positive.

  1. The Goal

Focus on your new ideal. This means don’t slip back into the dreaming about what could have been or if they can change, or change the industry scenario. Find an equal relationship or earn a living that is totally in sync with your soul, to feel vital.

The moment you stop struggling to make things go the way you want, you shift the energy of your life. Always review the facts. Liberate yourself, even if the process is sad such as failure of a relationship or project. And remember there’s no such thing as failure. You will get through it and with truth comes a huge power surge – of bittersweet relief. Learn from mistakes, and focus on being a greater version of you.

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