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Let Go: Is This Really Needed?

Let Go Is This Really Needed

How many times has your inner voice guided you to “let go” of something? Countless times…Right? Don’t worry! We all are in the same boat. 🙂

Before going further, let me quickly introduce you to your inner devils. We all have them inside us. Believe it or not, these are desperate guests who visit you as a surprise by cropping up out of nowhere just to make sure that your mood remains blah the whole day or for at least the next few days.

Okay, Drum Roll Please!!! ;D

Your ugly past…
Your childhood traumas…
Your devastating memories…
Your consistent rejections, failures…
Your teenage tragedies…
Your worst experiences…
Your shattering incidences…
Your out of control events, situations, circumstances…
Your setbacks, obstacles…
Your mistakes…
Your grudges…
Your repents…

Even if we passed through all of them, we feel trapped with them badly. Perhaps, even after 10 years or more, you recall how they made you feel. Our brain feels intertwined with all of them that keep haunting us inside even after ages.

And the only escape way remains open – “Let Go”.

In this article, I decided to address this that might help so many trapped souls out there. Hopefully…

Our human brain always craves pleasing memories rather than those memories that make us feel sad and disappointed. I call this “The brain is busy in the changing state process always”.

Due to this, we try to run away from unwanted memories in order to feel good all the time in every possible way. But this does not seem a great escape to feel content along with all these devils. This may help temporarily by being the least effective solution.

As human beings, we need all emotions. We shall learn and try to feel content, and balanced with all of them. It doesn’t seem a sensible idea to keep expecting,

I will have a PERFECT life one day…
I will be happy and positive ALWAYS…
I just want my brain to REMEMBER ALL GOOD MEMORIES and DISCARD ALL BAD MEM
ORIES…

These things will never ever happen. So, expecting them to happen seems not a practical choice in my view. Then which way we should go? Shall we lead towards letting go? What do you think?

I know, you genuinely tried to let go, but you failed to do so. Did I guess it correctly? I will tell you why this happened.

To understand letting go you really need to focus on what is there lying between the lines.
LET GO = FORGETTING.

If this is what you have understood letting go is then let me tell you that’s not the way to go for. Now take a moment and think about a thing that you gave away to someone that was very close to your heart when you were owning it.

Did you forget that giveaway feeling immediately? Of course, you did not. Even today, you can recall how you felt at that time. Then how come you expect to forget all wounds and scars caused by those devils immediately?

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Tejal

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