Releasing what wants to be released

Releasing what wants to be released

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Dear Ones,

I was discussing this morning the theme of ‘releasing’ with a friend of mine. How do we release, and what do we release?

We often hear that we need to release what no longer serves us. That might be true. Yet I would like to suggest that, instead, we release what is ready to be released and, therefore, what wants to come out of our lives.

The sky is often not the limit, is it?

How does that happen? How does releasing manifest in the microcosm of our lives?

Let’s think about the physiological process in the first place. How do we listen, and then usually respond, to the stimuli in our body? By going to a certain place where we can indeed release. And, most of the times, especially when we accumulate a lot, we feel so much greater after the release.

How does this process translate into the intangible realms of the mental, psychological, spiritual and even etheric?

What are the stimuli? What is it that is pinching us within, asking for a breath of fresh air? Perhaps a few comments from a friend that we find alarming, or even offending?

And how do we respond? Inwardly first, and then possibly outwardly.

By going to a certain place, as well, it seems; yet one which is not physical or durable.

All in all, the challenge remains as to whether we have consciousness of what wants to be released, of what is out there begging for a liberation of some sort.

And further up, or possibly down, depending on the steps we choose to ‘muster’ our consciousness, how do we create the necessary conditions, and possibly environment, for this consciousness to arise?

For one thing, my conviction is that it is essential to ask—whomever we feel comfortable asking—for clarity, or for the ability to see into our lives.

About new desert

Nurturing the Gift of Seeking is about a spiritual "destination," a journey within, a new beginning, that eventually takes us where we are meant to arrive. What matters is, first and foremost, our seeking spirit. Happy journey, dear fellow Sisters and Brothers!
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