Let Go To Fly High

I release things from my life that do not speak to the sacredness of my being and nourish me with patience, compassion, and love as I come into my fullness.

“I release things from my life that do not speak to the sacredness of my being and nourish me with patience, compassion, and love as I come into my fullness.”

Connecting with our inner divinity is one of the most tedious endeavors that we can take on. It requires that we remove the things that obstruct the overall connectivity to our higher self. It calls on us to be honest about what we see when we look in the mirror. It challenges our tenacity, dedication, strength, and vulnerability. With all the work that we do to tune in, plugin, and personify our highest self, we also must preserve ourselves in the process. Every action, interaction, and response that we have lends itself to either contributing to or taking away from our fullness on this journey. Being mindful about the effects that people, places, things, and words have on our energy and ours on them is essential. This knowledge will prove to be a great asset and can be used to gauge when, where, and how we are more or less connected and affected overall.

Below are some helpful tips for this process

  • Get clear about what your highest self looks like for you.
  • Start shifting the narrative that has been created around letting go of things and people.
  • Start simply, but start. Look around your physical space and anything that you haven’t used in 6 months or more, let it go. (See how much the “but what if I need to use it later” thoughts pop into your head).
  • Begin selecting things, people, ideas, and actions (to your comfort level) to release that are not in alignment with your vision of your highest self.

Lotus Medicine: Whatever energy we surround ourselves with will only do one of three things, it’ll either become more like us, we will become more like it, or we will separate altogether. It is indeed that simple and why it’s so important to understand all of the components involved as the information becomes available. A sister of mine once said that everybody and everything that came with you can’t go with you. This is our journey beloveds, and nothing is or has to be a permanent fixture.

Love and Light,
Nakeasha J

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