The Conflicting Message of “Let It Go”

The article about Disney’s “Let it Go”, by David Nova, perfectly captures  the subtle difference in understanding between those who practice profound versions of shadow work and those who are using “Let it Go” as a means of avoiding their pain, past, shadow, etc, to stay positive and upbeat.  The Sedona Method uses the term “Letting Go” as a conscious means of integrating the experiences of the past, along with the patterns that accompany those experiences; and according to […]
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Letting Go is Not Positive Thinking

Letting go is not positive thinking, which is an emotional or spiritual escapism to avoid painful feelings and situations.  Letting go is the ability to face your painful feelings and situations head on, to become intimate with them, and to understand them fully; it neutralizes the painful charge associated with the negative feelings and situations.  Letting go doesn’t embrace the positive to avoid the negative, it embraces and reconciles both to experience a life of […]
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