Strategies for Letting Go

One of the hardest things we can do is to truly trust and let go. In our fear, we hold on with a vise grip to our pasts, our expectations, our pain and control; to name but a few. This past week, I have had two life coaching calls with two different life coaches to help me through this process of letting go. I value both coaches and they both have different approaches; both are valuable to me for different reasons. 

When I get stuck and feel that I need a bit of tough love, I turn to my life coach Comfy Crystal. I seek out Crystal’s support when I need a kick start. She also knows my history as she and I are family. Crystal uses forgiveness of others and self to assist with letting go. 

Maggie Lukowski has a different approach that is also very helpful to me in that she pulls from me my motivation. Her approach is more nurturing and “touchy feely,” a listen-to-your-heart type of coaching. She showed me that I can let go by beginning my intentions with the phrase, “I am in the process of __________.” This simple and effective phrase helps me to remember that mistakes are okay, and maybe even helpful, in taking my next step. 

So if you are feeling stuck in your ability to let go of some aspect of your life, you may benefit both from the techniques I’ve shared as well as contacting a life coach. Of course, I’d recommend my life coaches.  No, I’m not receiving any kickbacks or favors for endorsing them. 

May we all learn a new way today to let go of the things that trouble us. 

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    1. Ahh, yes! That can keep us from progressing and I understand that fear of letting go! So this is what I might try if I were you, “I am in the process of seeing the benefit of letting go of ______.” If that works, IDK… ❤️

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      1. Miriam, the trick is still loving yourself whether or not you do ❤ (advice I needed to hear myself this very moment). Thank you for being the magic mirror I needed to see what I was needing!

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      2. Tiffany, I just want you to know that I’ve been saying these words you suggested all day. And they’ve helped shift my focus, quite a few times. So thank you. xo

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  1. Letting go is a gift to ourselves and so hard sometimes. Something we have to keep practising too I think. I have just finished my Co-Active coaching training and have just started a poetry blog here on WordPress in case you have time to have a look? Today’s poem is about a mountain! Happy Tuesday, Sam 🙂

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