‘Tune-in Thursdays’ is something that came to me a while ago while contemplating in what other fun ways I could continue to share inspiration with others while also continuing to cultivate that trust in our intuition, ability to love and support of self-awareness.
I was introduced a while ago to these absolutely beautiful Inner Compas Cards by Neel van Lierop I fell in love with the design and the authentic and personal feeling these cards hold. So I thought, why not share this with others as well?
Every Thursday I’ll be sharing with you a beautiful card drawn with the intention of authentically sharing messages that might be the exact guidance we need at that moment. Sharing with you the beautiful perspective from the card manual as well as my own interpretation thereof.
May this serve you in the most beautiful and loving way!
This week’s card is ‘letting go’. This one could not have come at a more appropriate time for me, I hope for you too!
“To let go is to surrender, and this starts with acceptance. from time to time you shall stumble and fall, and unwanted things are bound to happen. After all, hard lessons are part of being human. This you cannot change, but you can change the way you deal with adversity. Investigate what the real problem is and how you might still be resisting… Let go of control and The wisdom to overcome the unwanted will follow automatically… Letting go is an act of consciousness, it is a choice to be free of resentments.” – Inner Compas Cards by Neel van Lierop
When I flipped this card I instantly knew in what way ‘letting go’ applied to my life at this very moment, when I read the description in the card manual, it only confirmed it. Finding forgiveness and releasing resentment has been a big part of my practice towards the end of last year and the beginning of this one. As it still continues to be.
Trying to let go of a situation in the recent past which left me angry and hurt, and realizing, finally, that the only way to release that situation is to find forgiveness. Forgiveness towards those involved, and most importantly towards myself for adding fuel to the fire and for not handling it the way I thought I should’ve.
Though of course, there was no way it should have gone or should have been, it happened the way it did, to serve its purpose in growth and learning, and for that, I can be grateful. In my months of investigating the issue internally, I was finally able to see in which way I was resisting, finally able to start making progress towards letting go.
Holding on to sh*t which no longer serves us, only weighs down the mind, spirit, and heart. Surrendering, letting go and, releasing, can be amongst the most difficult things to do. It requires a level of authentic honesty towards ourselves which may not always be pretty or pleasant… but once we make that step, the burden that is lifted from our being is an incredible breath of fresh air…
Love & light,