“It's only after you've stepped outside your comfort zone that you begin to change, grow, and transform.”
The mind is often afraid to release the past, for the mind has built an identity based on the past.
The mind is often afraid to release the past because the mind has built an identity based on the past; past mistakes, past learnings, past regrets, past moments of being bullied, abused.
The mind forms around these experiences and creates an identity, behaviors, ways of seeing and feeling the world designed to protect you as you move forward, but there comes a point when that protection is no longer required.
So if you are still healing, if you are still recovering from elements of your past, we are not suggesting you must release your past today.
We are reminding you that you can release your past on any given day and that process amplifies in speed when you are willing to give permission, when you are willing to say, "I release my past. I release this past memory from haunting me. I release this past regret from chasing me. I release this past blaming of another from holding me in place in my anger, my justification."
Remember, your intention is all that's required.
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