For our first post in our Letting Shit Go series, we had the chance to interview the lovely, and beautiful on the inside and out Alexandria (@theonlyalexndria). She’s a yoga teacher, sound healer, and a wise soul. We are humbled to be able to interview her, lots of great relatable and relevant tips in here to take home peeps! See below.Read More
Letting shit go is not always easy. Sometimes we are so used to holding onto things that we almost can't let them go because we don’t know who we are without them. We are so tightly associated with our story that we identify with it. Other times we don’t even realize we have shit to let go until we truly introspect.
Looking within and assessing what’s going on in there is like playing a game of would you rather - would you rather see all the shit swirling around that you’re unaware of or have Doritos as fingers - tough call.
The thing is - often when we finally look at what we’re holding onto and treat it like a mother would her child, we can take steps to letting it go. It might involve some breakdowns or emergency heart-to-hearts with amazing aunt Bertha, but once you get through it, we promise, you will feel so much better. Like a weight lifted off. You’ll have more peace of mind and more calm throughout your day. It’s like shedding a layer of snake skin and becoming a new version of yourself.
We’re not saying what you were holding on to will completely disappear out of your subconscious mind, but you won’t be as attached or triggered by things when they come up.
Like they say with working out - no pain, no gain, but it’s always worth it. Same goes for the mind, when we look at what’s going on in there and work to let it go, (as tough as that can be), we can start to access more of that peace and calm within.