Lift a bag of flour out in front of your chest, with your arm straight. Feel how soon your fingers, hand, arm, and shoulder begin to ache.
When any part of your body hurts, the rest has to compensate, so feeling stressed sends all of you out of balance.
When you act strong for long periods of time you are depleting your energy. Allowing yourself to let go will benefit you far more, because you will learn the capacity of your inner strength. It is limitless!
Learning to trust that you know what is best for yourself means you won't want to burden yourself with stress, and you'll find ways to make your life flow more easily.
Become conscious of how your hand feels after you let go of the bag of flour - appreciate the sense of lightness and softness. These are the qualities you want to cultivate to enjoy a smoother journey.
Soft does not equal weak.
Strength does not mean control.
It is an act of courage to let go of what is familiar and comfortable, and step forward into the unknown. When you accept that every moment is unknown - so it's impossible to be in control of everything that happens, everywhere - you are ready to let go.
Letting go allows you to let in better choices that make you feel good.
Wouldn't you rather choose the excitement of building happy memories, rather than storing up old regrets?
That is where your true strength lies - in making choices that improve your life every day. Let go of negative thoughts and limiting beliefs with ZPoint, and free yourself to choose thoughts that make you feel good - and watch your life expand into limitless possibilities.
When your focus is always on feeling better, you will want to let more pass you by - so you're not affected by outside influences that disturb your inner peace.
Let go of whatever feels bad, and focus on whatever feels good.
"Sometimes letting things go is an act of far greater power than defending or hanging on." ~ Eckhart Tolle
“When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be. When I let go of what I have, I receive what I need.” ~ Tao Te Ching
“Some of us think holding on makes us strong, but sometimes it is letting go.” ~ Herman Hesse
"You can only lose what you cling to." ~ Buddha