What do you need to let go of?
Move away from your role as victim — and release the control the person and situation may have had in your life. As you let go of grudges, you’ll no longer define your life by how you’ve been hurt. You’ll find compassion and understanding and set yourself free!
This one really goes hand in hand with forgiving. It is one thing to forgive – but if you don’t let go, you will still feel like you can’t move on with your life and keep on growing.
Practice letting go by thinking of yourself and what is best for you and leave the person or thing completely behind. You have to be able to distinguish what you still need in your life compared to what no longer serves you. We are all really used to accumulating things in our houses and in general in our lives because we are afraid to lose things that might serve us in the future.
That’s why you need to stop yourself right there, look at the things and people in your life and honestly ask you:
Is this serving me in some way?
If you see that you don’t really use an object or a person doesn’t really give you anything but headache, it’s time to let go.
Think of all the good things something brought you when you needed it but also accept that it is time to get it out of your life. Because you know what happens if you don’t let go of things? You don’t let life fill that void with new things that you really need!