This morning when I woke up I draw a card from something called Inner Compass (more about which card later in this post), that I bought from the lovely Sanna at Bodish in Stockholm. She hasn’t opened yet, but she will open in May, great! Her place was filled with a calm and comforting energy, and I’m def going back to her when I visit Stockholm next time. Sofia took me there, she just knew Sanna and I would have some sort of a chemistry, and we did for sure.
I could have stayed like forever!
Conversations all the time. The kind of conversations I mentioned in yesterday’s post, remember? I soften…
Photographing, and some of Sofia’s photos from this visit you can see here.
This is the third day I use Inner Compass, and the first two days I draw the same card! And there’s many cards in the deck, believe me… Those days was all about taking everything step by step. I know there are some new readers in here now, so just let me tell you that I’m in the middle of a divorce, and you will understand my perspective a little better.
So, over to this mornings card: letting go. Let me write it all down to you, and maybe it can do some good for you too, I hope so. Here we go:
Letting go is a powerful act! Once you learn to let go, you can move ahead. You are no longer trapped in your own pain and problems. To let go is to surrender, and this starts with acceptance. From time to time you shall stumble and fall, and unwanted things are bound to happen. After all, hard lessons are part of being human. This you cannot change, but you can change the way you deal with adversity. Investigate what the real problem is, and how your ego might still be resting. As long as you listen to this voice of the ego, you will not be able to fully accept the problem or pain. Let go of control and the wisdom to overcome the unwanted will follow automatically. Maybe not the wisdom to solve it, but at least to detach yourself from it. Visualize your pain in a balloon that you let go and send away forever. Stop clinging. Letting go is an act of consciousness. It is a choice to be free of resentment. In order to reach your maximum potential you must learn to let go , this is the key to freedom.
I’m on my way, it will just take some time. Maybe a very long time. And during this time I want to visit Stockholm at least four times a year, and I should seriously look for a sponsor to make it happen 😉