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I deeply needed this article this evening. Recently, due to previous commitments, my partner and I have had to part ways for the time being. We have mutually (at least sometimes mutually) decided that its best to allow each other freedom to be single individuals for the time being since we are both young (only 21) and figuring our lives out still. I know in my mind that I need to not contact him constantly, but my fear of him meeting someone else and forgetting me is so deeply engrained. This article, combined with various other events today, have brought me to a place where I am not longer suffering. I know it will be hard and I know I will miss him deeply but as of now I feel resolve to dedicate this time to myself and accept the flow of the circumstances that be.
That was one of the most amazing, well-written articles I've ever read! Thank you for the insight and encouragement. Namaste.
This article really spoke to me. I struggle continually with that balance of control/out of control and loose my footing with relationships. Is it my need to seek security by designing our plans or her discomfort with letting go? Are my students focused or elsewhere? Can I let them be wherever they are and know that it is enough? Am I enough? Thank you for helping me focus on this issue in my own practice and life. I am enriched by your essay. Namaste
Veena Grover RYT
Surrendering is the best achievement in life.Control destroy the relationship & make a person suspicious & paranoid.Let go, may be easy to say, but practically Believe in You & the Higher Power & surrender whole heartedly."Thy will be Done" Parmahansa j said.Life becomes peaceful & internal freedom gives you the power to achieve your goals without fighting. Blessings. veena
One does not control the environment, but rather simply one's own model of reality. I think any mindfulness exercise ill bring me closer to that understanding.
I love the depth and honesty.
I just finished spending 3 weeks on a boat filming in a very remote region of Western Australia completely cut off from the world. With the demands of the shoot and working with my colleagues in situations that for the most part we had no control over there were many occasions where we were able to experience the ecstasy of letting go.
Does having mindful communication with our body let us release our tendency for mental control?
In the first example given in this article, there seems to be confusion between control and admitting the truth.
On a spiritual level, control would correspond to our moral codes, whereas freedom is when we have become good to the very heart of our being.