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 An aspect of transformation is Letting Go.  It is a passive force, so its power is in the subtle realm where new form begins to build.  As you Let Go of energy, focus, intentions, information, emotion, words and deeds that do not serve your highest good, you are utilizing the powerful force of nature that transforms.  Because the impact of most of these are  invisible at first, there is often not as much value placed on Letting Go.  

Letting Go is often associated with loss, surrendering to domination, or giving up choice and creative abilities.  However, the broader truth of Letting Go is that it generates a creative space, it frees up a great amount of soul-energy that liberates a level of life you didn’t know existed.  It leads you to your True Self.

We must practice kindness to self in the process of letting go.  To let go of past stories and beliefs that no longer serve us requires courage and discipline.  We are all capable of transforming fear into love.

The religious word for letting go is forgiveness.  Forgiveness is giving up your investment in and identification with your own painful story.  This comes from a deep place of inner freedom and awareness of goodness-- God’s , your own and the goodness of the person you choose to forgive.

“Our whole spiritual transformation brings us to the point where we realize that in our own being, we are enough” --Ram Dass

Sometimes changes can be intense to the point of becoming chaotic.  In physics, chaos is a temporary phase between one natural state of harmony and its transformation to a higher form.  

When we let go of old ideas that keep fear alive and thriving,  that is when the Truth of Love stops hiding behind judgment.  We must open our hearts to release all that blocks our perception  (worry, doubt, fear) of God working miracles in our lives.  We allow others to learn through observation and choice as we maintain a powerful PEACE  that transforms our experience of Life.

In letting go of the shore of stability, we go with the flow of life evolving into more connected and empowered spiritual beings.  It is our creative responsibility to allow change to anchor our powerful love for life.  To love powerfully is to transform,  and this is the spiritual alchemy we all possess!

“Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is-- his good, pleasing and perfect will.”  Romans 12:2


Our spirits are as unique as the human forms we embody to navigate this earthly experience we call “Life”.  These temples, our physical bodies, house the God light within which is our spirit, the spark of our creator.

Divine light is flowing into you and this light within you is capable of creating anything.  It is true potential, flexible and malleable.  It is said that “thoughts become things” and this is important to us as humans having a spiritual experience.  The light within us has unlimited potential in accessing a flow with the universe.  There is an interconnectedness in life and the capacity we have through positive unlimited thoughts gives us mastery in living abundant and joy filled lives.  We are clarifying realizations about the way things work and also regarding the nature of consciousness.  Learning to reshape our consciousness to become positive and flexible is a pathway to merging with our Divine Selves.  The light within us that is powerful and has a direct capacity to both deepen our experiences and accelerate our mastery of why we can contribute to this life in a meaningful way.

Jesus said, “the Spirit gives Life”.  We already have what we are seeking yet somehow we become lead by seeking outwardly instead of loving ourselves enough to rely on the tools God prepacked for our journey.  Paul calls “Spirit” our true self.   When I am living from my true self, the fruit in my life is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control (Gal 5:22-23).  The false self is the person we construct based on all the roles we play, our deeply held beliefs and preferences, hang-ups and also our sense of entitlement. The false self is based on appearance and functions through our need for approval. It  becomes defensive when threatened.  Its reality is conditional, meaning that its worth must be earned.  Paul calls the false self the “flesh.”  He teaches that when we identify with the false self, the fruit in our lives is hatred, discord, jealousy, angry outbursts, selfish ambition, envy and the like.    

We all need inner experience instead of simple outer belief systems.  How we get to this juncture depends on a participative knowing that begins as an inner discovery.   Our cellular “gps” leads us to this through prayer, love and suffering.  You need inner experience whereby you can know things to be true for yourself instead of believing them because other people say they are true.  Thus, our identity comes from within which frees us to live a happy, joyous and fulfilling life.   

To arrive at this place is not to ask ourselves “what would Jesus do?” or “how would Jesus live?”,  rather to practice a process of self-emptying thereby realizing  that ultimately there is nothing real in us that is less or other than God’s infinite love, which is our spiritual light. The way we treat ourselves, the way we treat others and all living things then becomes holy work.  As we shine our love lights brightly we assist others in shining theirs.  We are free to love and serve one another without attachments or judgement.  Our soul purposes become unified for raising the consciousness of humanity which gives rise to miracles and synchronicities.  The fruit of our pure spirit, that spiritual light within our hearts is LOVE.

“And I will pray to the father and he will give you another helper, that he may ABIDE in you forever, the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it neither sees Him nor knows Him; but you know Him, for He dwells WITH you and will be IN you.” John 16-17