Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Letting Go!

Letting go is fun, safe and easy.
I easily complete and release with gratitude.
I express my love and blessings and let go.
I allow all things to be as they are.

Let Go and Let in Good!

Are you ready, willing and able to let go?
Have you completed the project or assignment?
Have said and shared your love and gratitude?
Have you forgiven all past mistakes and learned?

It takes great learning to understanding all things work together for Good.
We learn from everyone and everything throughout our lives.
The more we hold judgment with guilt and blame, the more we cannot see to learn.
The more we are stuck in past mistakes, the more we are blind to future possibilities.

When we are busy looking back at the past, we cannot see where we are going.
Everywhere we are seeing the results of our focus, direction and choices.
We move in the direction of our mind’s attention.
What we think about, judge, are attached to , our thoughts create more.

When we have not completed what we started, it attracts us to finish.
When we are not at peace with our thoughts and feelings, we want to bring to completion.
When we have unfinished business, incomplete projects, unresolved relationships, we expend energy.
Everything we think about has a piece of our energy.

Completion with honor brings peace.
Finishing with gratitude brings grace.
Resolution with total forgiveness brings trust.
When we are done, we can move on.

It is difficult to find peace in the midst of conflict and controversy.
It is imperative that we accept what is the current state to the best of our awareness.
It is helpful to forgive all errors and mistakes of everyone and everything.
It is healing to bring conscientious gratitude to what we offer to complete.

Life offer challenges in ways of which we are unaware.
We never can know all the facts or fiction, emotions or thought involved.
We may never see what is being held by ourselves or others.
What we can do is what we can do.

Our journey to let go and allow Good into our lives may be fast or slow, easy or challenging.
Some struggle with the process trying to find a better way which allows all Good and only Good.
Some let go and move on to choose what is next with constant growth, healing and consciousness.
We each much recognize our path, our process and our own responsibility in all that we experience.

Expressing appreciation for us all in learning to let go with ease and grace in our own “right” way.
Loving you, 
Betty Lue

Honorable Closure        
How do you complete a relationship, marriage, teaching-learning experience, job or friendship? 
How do you know you are really complete?
People may walk away without really finishing the healing work, because it is easier emotionally.   
People don’t know how to come to a truly peaceful place, where “good-bye” is “God be with You”. 

When we are complete, we are at peace and in love.  
We have no regrets, no resentments, no unhappy memories. 

Honorable closure acknowledges:
1)   the learning and growth received,
2)   challenges and difficulties experienced,
3)   appreciation of gifts and blessings,
4)   forgiveness and amends made.

**Acknowledge within your self and with the other person all that you have learned and how you have grown and benefited from the experience. 

**Honor and express the challenges and difficulties that occurred and perhaps were endured during the time together. 

**Offer your gratitude and appreciation to the other for the benefits you received.

**Share your forgiveness and/or make amends for those places of unconscious or conscious errors of omission or commission.  Often neither party is aware of what went unexpressed until the two have an opportunity to talk together.  This is very valuable when done with the conscious intention for a peaceful conclusion.  

**And lastly, give your full appreciation and blessings to those whom you are leaving.   

Honorable closure includes a face to face or heart to heart connection so that all parties have a full opportunity to express their piece of the whole. Incompletion is never one sided. If one party loses and is in grief neither person is at peace.   If you cannot complete in person, write out your thoughts and feeling respectfully and with gratitude.  

I am grateful I have learned… 
I am grateful I was challenged……
I am grateful to have regrets which I can apologize for and learn from.
I am grateful to see how much I have received and appreciate……..
Do your part when you part.

When we complete a relationship, job, living situation with honor for all, we are free to choose again without being haunted by the past or unconsciously repeating the same patterns. 

To move on, to create anew, to be fully inspired requires honorable closure.  
Begin now!

Saying good-bye can be done with love, respect and profound gratitude and inner peace. 
Do it Now!

Betty Lue  1983