So how do you know when to hold on to your dream and when to let it go? Do you have such a vivid image of your dream life right now that simply reading the ‘let go’ made your heart skip a beat? Hold on to the feeling of living happily ever after and let go of the ‘how’ and ‘when’ of your dream. If your dream vision makes you feel good, hold on. If your vision creates uncertainty or apprehension, let it go. Letting go doesn’t mean giving up, rather it means releasing the need to control it and allowing it to come with greater grace and ease. Hold on to love, to compassion, to kindness, to gentleness. Let go of the who, what, why, and when of your dream, as doing so allows the Universe a far bigger canvas to paint your dream life on than the 5×7 you may be clenching in your fist.
For the next week I invite you to hold on to:
Knowing that you are deserving of great love, of meaningful work, a happy home, and magical experiences. You don’t have to earn that right, you have that right simply by being you. You are enough and all others in your life enhance it, they don’t make it.
Your dream of living happily ever after by getting into the feeling place of the depth of true love, compassion, kindness, and laughter. Sit in that space of your dreams while releasing the expectation on how it shows up. You’ll know it and feel it when it occurs.
The knowing that letting go isn’t giving up but rather allowing your dreams to unfold in grander and bigger ways than you could imagine through your own experiences. Let go and allow in.
Mostly, my wish for you is understanding the fine line between holding on and letting go as when you can discern the difference, you’ll be able to place your attention on what is worthy of your grasp and what is better to let go of and let more in.
Until next time, here is to your dreams unfolding with grace, ease, happiness, excitement, and great love.
“The best thing to hold onto in life is each other.”
~ Audrey Hepburn
“Don’t let the fear of striking out hold you back.”
~ Babe Ruth
“We need to learn to let go as easily as we grasp and we will find our hands full and our minds empty.”
~ Leo F. Buscaglia
“Anything I cannot transform into something marvelous, I let go.”
~ Anais Nin