Letting Go Practice

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Letting Go Practice

Use this practice to think about, name, and release a hurt, thought, injury, or issue in your life.

Take a deep breath...

Think of one event, belief, or behavior pattern that you would like to let go of using this process.

We will call this a "hurt" in the practice.

You will put this hurt into your own words a little later.

Don't worry. We'll help you.

Now take a few deep breaths...

What are you letting go of?

Which statement best describes your feelings?

Can you put your feelings into your own words?

Type in a statement that describes the hurt you want to release.

This can be a sentence, a phrase, or words that attempt to
describe your feelings.

No one else will ever see your statement; it is for you only, in this moment.

Type in your statement.

Let this hurt go by clicking and holding the dandelion on each word until all the words are gone.

Letting go can take time, but naming your feelings is one way to start.

Drag words that reflect how you are feeling to the box below.


Thank you for exploring this letting go practice. Inspire others to participate by sharing this practice with them.

"Sincere forgiveness isn't colored with expectations that the other person apologize or change. Don't worry whether or not they finally understand you. Love them and release them. Life feeds back truth to people in its own way and time." — Sara Paddison