Is everybody ready for another post about letting go?
Before I say more about letting go, I’m not letting go of my habit of sharing links to my previous posts with similar titles (here, here, and here). I am now letting go any judgment of the fact that all those previous “Letting Go” posts occurred during the first year of this living-non-judgmentally blog.
Now that I’ve let go of that, I want to tell you that yesterday’s therapy group focused on “Letting Go.”
I’m now letting go of my disappointment about my inability to include a blow-up of that white board, zooming in on the words “letting go” (in a different color, on the right). If you can’t find “letting go” amid all the red on that white board, let it go.
People in yesterday’s therapy group did an exercise in letting go by writing down words of things they wanted to let go. Here are some of the words I let go:
Since last fall, I’ve been letting go of negative reactions about
- my open heart surgery,
- the recall of my pacemaker/defibrillator, and
- the U.S. election.
Letting go takes a lot of work!
Now, I’m letting go of many things as we prepare for our move close to the ocean. Sister Thrift is a great place to let go of possessions for a wonderful cause.
Now I’m letting go of all my other photos from yesterday.
While I did let go of many CDs yesterday, I’m not letting go of any of the Compact Discs shown above.
Feel free to let go of any thoughts and feelings about this post in a comment, below.
I’m now letting my gratitude — for all those who helped me create this post and for all those who are reading it — go out into the universe.