Thanks For Letting Me Go…

Thanks for letting me go because I wouldn’t have walked away….

– me

I’ve been talking to friends about being let go and letting go recently. It seems that many are letting go these days. Letting go of relationships that don’t resonate anymore. Letting go of communication that no longer serves. Letting go of beliefs that we held onto with a ferocity of spirit that are no longer valid in our lives.

Letting go is the release that we sometimes need in order to heal.

I’m a very loyal person. I don’t like to give up on anyone or anything if I think that I can help them in some way. Not to be a pest necessarily, but to offer encouragement, a helping hand or even a hand to hold when life gets difficult. I’m there. I’m the girl you can call at 3am when you’re having a tough time. I may be a bit groggy at 3am, but I’m there when it comes to my friends.

In regards to relationships, I’m more inclined to be the one let go instead of being the one to walk away. Don’t misinterpret that though because I have walked away a few times after it was clear to me that it wasn’t working. I’m not one for being in a long-suffering relationship with anyone. I am just hopeful…

I think the energies are helping us to clear the messy stuff from us. And the full wolf moon is today/tomorrow which makes a difference as well. At least for some people I know who are affected by the full moon in various ways. I don’t know if I’m directly affected by the full moon, but I will say that I’m looking forward to peeking out my window to see it if the sky is clear!

Will you be looking out to see the moon too?

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8 Responses to Thanks For Letting Me Go…

  1. scr4pl80 says:

    I very much watch the full moon each month, so much so that I actually take a picture of it and lately I’ve been making small dream boards around them. It is stormy weather here today though and I’m afraid I’m not going to be able to see it due to the clouds :(. Gonna make my wishes anyway.

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  2. LA says:

    🌝 going to try!

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  3. hbsuefred says:

    Your quote at the start definitely applies to how my divorce came about.

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