By | December 8, 2018

When I learnt that ‘Letting go’ is the toughest moral to exercise, I could only cry it out

And now the conscious self hums “It’s high time to learn the art of non-attachment even up to the subconscious level.”


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        1. Akhila Post author

          I agree that its a great feel if you could overcome that sense of loss. But suppose u didnt lose anything but u are afraid if losing it and so taking a conscious step of detachment…wint it be hurting ur emotional mind

          1. Pradita Kapahi

            It would, but if you have already decided that u need to take that step, it must be out of a conscious reason to detach yourself. Then there’s no loss. There’s only gain.

    1. Akhila Post author

      Thanks shalz..
      Its really really tough..always making confused..the emotional mind always win over the logical mind
      I am good dear..living with the ups and downs of life..what abt you

  1. thelonelyauthorblog

    Letting go is one of the most difficult things we have to do in life. And although we don’t realize it at the time, letting go (a sad exercise) can be the key to happiness.
    Well expressed.

  2. Sha'Tara

    Well said, Akhila. From my own considerable experience in this, non-attachment or detachment is necessary for, or part of a “bundle” that includes self-empowerment and (for those who are aiming for greater awareness, not just power) compassion. The truly compassionate being is the detached being. If one want to just play with power, has no inclination towards compassion, then detachment will turn into psychopathy and sociopathy or/and narcissism.


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