Meaning of: “Let Go”

oh say can you see?

The mind and body become attached to many things, some of which are not good to be attached to.

The spirit, however, has the power to withdraw energy and desire from these attachments, and order the body and mind to be still.

The spirit can withdraw power and consent from the grasping mind and body. You thereby, “let go.”

The spirit also has the impelling power to strike out with decision. It can brace our minds and bodies to follow a wise path.

The spirit has the innate power to await the whole truth, to suspend judgment, to gather information, and to withdraw energy from fearful reactions to anyone, everyone, and everything.

The spirit has the power to be clear and precise.

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3 thoughts on “Meaning of: “Let Go”

  1. “The grasping mind and body.” Isn’t that the truth. Only the Spirit (God’s, in this case) can open our eyes to perceive this dynamic.

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