I think the more things move into habit, the more things just become. Today, I focused heavily on the idea of “Let Go, and Let God.” The more that I see a need to control, the more I realize that I may be holding on to things, including those things that I should be releasing.

Today, I saw this awesome video on YouTube from Dr. Joe Dispenza. It speaks to those pesky things we place emotional weight into. Unfortunately, we memorize, subsequently remember, and ultimately place emotional weight into these memories. Not only does this affect our ability to let it go, it ultimately creates a vacuum that keeps us from realizing a brighter future.

WATCH THIS EVERY DAY – Motivational Speech By Dr. Joe Dispenza

95% of our journey to release weight or any form a habitual response occurs at an unconscious level. While this method of living may save us a large amount of situational distress, it becomes problematic when we cannot let go of those life events that become tied to the bothersome emotional or habitual states we create.

In essence, habit can bring us down. Especially if those habits are problematic. We must learn to “Let Go, and Let God.” By learning to release, we make space for the new to come within our life. While in essence we are learning to create new habits by releasing old ones, through the act of having faith, we can move towards a brighter future of our longing.

Believe… Achieve… Advance Confidently in the Direction of Your Dreams!

2 responses to “Day 34: My Personal Journey to Release Weight”

  1. Christina Kyranis – Athens, Greece – I will always be interested in self improvement and growth, for without them my soul will spiritually die. Mine is a journey of continually realizing my true self. My purpose is to help you reach the truest version of yourself. "Success in any endeavor depends on the degree to which it is an expression of your true self." Ralph Marston
    Christina Kyranis says:

    I live by that motto: let go and let God! Highly powerful. I enjoyed reading . thankyou for posting.

    • Dr. Thomas Maples – Stockton, California – Dr. Thomas Maples, Ph.D. is a licensed psychotherapist, author, and the founder of The Stockton Therapy Network. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, he has helped many people resolve interpersonal conflict, heal from the emotional distress, and overcome mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, and issues that result from personality disorders. He also specializes in helping couples resolve interpersonal problems, marital discord, and parent / child relationship conflicts by helping his clients identify the sources of relationship conflict, find areas of growth they can agree to engage, and setting a plan to enact those changes to assure relational growth. As a researcher and writer, Dr. Maples focuses on developmental, analytical, and psychoanalytic methods of psychology. Through his writings, Dr. Tom has helped countless people understand, plan, and implement effective paths to reach optimal psychological, spiritual, and physiological development. "Advance Confidently in the Direction of Your Dreams."
      Dr. Thomas Maples says:

      I enjoyed sharing it and thank you for stopping by and reading it!

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