Letting go of Ego
Releasing unwanted energy and emotions by strengthening mentally and physically.Invigorating the mind and body through alignment and opening of the hips and body.
Humbling to release emotion and tension from the body. we repress feelings by restricting movement, and conversely, movement can free the emotional holding that causes chronic tension. Fear, guilt, jealousy, resentment, anger, hurt and bitterness are held in the heart. There’s a very real physical reaction. Stagnating negativity makes you unhappy and affecting self-confidence
letting go of ego, allow yourself to release, relax and be humble. We typically think of the ego-centered as being conceited and self-inflated and selfish.
but then there is the Power of negative self-centeredness, sometimes our insecurities make us struggle with exaggerated responsibility and we realize that more often we are ego-centered when feeling deflated. Sometimes in that place of separation, we become darkly self-centered, blaming ourselves for not fixing things or making things right or for letting bad things happen. Underneath these self recriminations is the assumption that we have the power, in the first place, to control events that are really beyond any human beings influence.
It may have nothing to do with me, but if a friend, loved one, boss or acquaintance is sad or angry, I secretly wonder, What did I do? What can I do? Why didn't I do it all better to begin with?
slow down and let it all go. try to feel the pace of the earth turning beneath your feet and the pace of the clouds drifting over head, and the pace of your heart opening and the energy flowing through and realeasing from your body.
One of the hardest lessons in life is letting go. Whether it’s guilt, anger, love, loss or betrayal. Change is never easy. We fight to hold on and we fight to let go. - Buddha