I love my dog Lewis, he brings his special toy (an emoji with a sad face ?) everywhere. He seems to feel safe, calm and receive that comfort that only his emoji pillow can provide him.
How many times in my life I have felt like my little Lewis, looking for something to give me that sense of safety, calmness and comfort. Nothing wrong with that, the problem is when those things become emotional attachments.
Emotional attachments can come in different ways, such as material things, people, beliefs or even behaviours. We lose our freedom and even though we know that it’s not good for us, there’s something inside that holds us back against our will and keeps us doing the same things, being with the same people, and working the same job that we dislike so much.
That fear of losing a possession, walking away from an abusive relationship, or to stop overeating seems to be impossible to overcome because we believe we’re not worthy or simply because we’re are used to it or we think it’s the best we can get.
The good news is that you can change that! Identify your attachments and develop detachment by breaking the patterns and other techniques like Mental and Emotional Release, which will allow you to be the person you want to be, do what you want to do, and have what you’ve always wanted.
You can give and receive love and own possessions, yet not allow them to interfere with your judgement and choices or limit your freedom.
Life would be much better without these limitations, wouldn’t it? The decision is yours.
You can do it ?
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