Active letting go” is not to be mistaken for “passive letting go”, whereby life rips stuff out of your grip, or you paint yourself into a corner, or things get so heavy they stop you in your tracks and you have to ditch them just to carry on.
Active letting go is a little more… proactive. It’s a practice. It’s awake. It’s somewhat delightful (except for the agony of it).There’s always more to let go of. It’s endless, and it’s beautiful because it’s endless.
Just surrender to the endlessness of it.Typically, letting can be painful—in varying degrees, from wince to crippling.Read more on positivelypositive.com