There are some things worth holding onto—things like love, hope, healthy relationships, compassion, and passion. Just the same, there are some things worth letting go—things like comparison, competition, blame, shame, and fear.
If you want to know how to be happy again, first know that it’s possible. This (approximately) one-minute practice can help you shift out of a bad mood and into a more positive frame of mind, no matter the situation or circumstance you find yourself in.
One of the most powerful antidotes to stress and suffering is your ability to change your mind. This healing affirmation is a fundamental stepping stone to all positive change, because all change begins with the mind.
Happiness is not a one-time act, but a persistent habit. The secret of lasting happiness, then, can be found in your daily habits. I hope this list of good habits inspires you to start creating big happiness in your life every single day.
Letting go is quite different than giving up, especially when it comes to our health and happiness. For each of us, there are things to let go of which are currently blocking our full experience of joy, love, contentment, peace, friendship, compassion, excitement, and awe.
Feeling guilty is a sign that love is needed. Only through love can the condition of guilt be cured. Let this poem serve as a healing reminder that letting go of guilt is a choice to value peace, and the joy of being alive, above all else.
It’s easy to miss some of the unhealthy practices we employ every day. In every single case, awareness is the first step toward releasing the bad habits that are weighing on our hearts, and living a good life that we really love.
Forgiveness is many things. Above all else, forgiveness is the choice to accept and to love instead. There is a true divine power of forgiveness that leaves no heart untouched by a miracle, and no wound untouched by compassion.
Only by letting go and forgiving the situation will you be able to forge a new future. I hope these quotes about moving on inspire you to take that first leap of faith, and to keep going, because there’s a lot of love you’ve yet to discover.
This is a healing poem on letting go of the inner chains of sorrow, on breaking down the walls we build inside of us. I hope you find this to be a reading with its own meaning to you.