Letting Go
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Day 1: Letting go of S

S has been a part of my life ‘on and off’ for the past few months, until I finally decided last Monday that there’ll be no more on time for us.

What have I learnt through this experience?

I’ve learnt that when you feel like someone is making more withdrawals than deposits into your life, you’ll be out of balance and in the negative before you know it. (Ref: 10 signs it’s time to let go)

I’ve learnt that whatever relationships I’ve attracted into my life at this moment are exactly what I need for my evolvement through this life journey, and I’m grateful for every one of them.

I’ve learnt that people’s actions really do speak louder than words and their depth can never be overvalued.

I’ve learnt that the most important thing that you can do for yourself in any given moment is to feel good, and if a situation is leaving you feeling bad then you’ve gotta reach for a better feeling place. (thanks Abraham Hicks!)

I’ve learnt that we attract what we think we’re worth and the level of respect and love we receive exactly and proportionately represents the amount we give ourselves.

I’ve learnt that not every relationship is supposed to be the end all and be all – it should be fun, light and easy and we should be able to enjoy each relationship for what it is, a joyful experience.

I’ve learnt that some things just aren’t meant to be, and that’s ok. Everything happens perfectly as it should.

“Holding on to anything is like holding on to your breath. You will suffocate. The only way to get anything in the physical universe is by letting go of it. Let go and it will be yours forever.” – Deepak Chopra

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11 Comments

  1. Charles says

    Beautiful Sam! I wish i had known (and understood) these things when i was as young as you are.

  2. sam jones says

    Aah thanks Charles :) Your words of wisdom & support definitely helped shape this journey.

  3. lindaheenan says

    Wow darling, that is amazing and beautifully written xxx

  4. Your blogs are inspiring. Struggling with long term abuse is difficult but to come to a place in your life where you are willing to share those stuggles is courageous and uplifting to so many others including myself. Keep blogging! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for sharing your life with me.

  5. sam jones says

    Wow thank YOU ‘smarterwiser’, you have no idea how much that means and you have inspired me to keep blogging! As you know its hard to expose yourself but so wonderful that we can all share on this journey together :)

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