Letting Go into A New Confidence

Letting go may be one of the most difficult things you will ever learn. The old confidence holds on as it wants to control.

An old confidence cannot feel the pull of desire or hear the voice of a larger purpose … becoming conscious brings you into the present with what is so important to you.
−Wading the Stream of Awareness
(An New Confidence Chapter)

An old confidence cannot feel the pull of desire because desire is buried under the shoulds and opinions of the world around us. This old confidence cannot hear the voice of a larger purpose as it keeps one imprisoned in past regret and future fear. Living in a new confidence you are fully aware of the futility in all attempts to control. We fool ourselves as we assign effective credit to ineffective belief and action.

A New Confidence is simple consciousness.

You are aware of who you really are and you embrace this reality. In this stream of awareness you begin to see your actions and behavior, your choices and decisions, in the simple light of what is good and right for you. You learn to do what is good and right and let go.

Doing anything in the spirit of a new confidence releases authentic energy into the flow. You let it go downstream to where intended while simply trusting any return to the ordained flow of it all.

Be you−the real you−and let go.

See sister post, Release A New Confidence into Skill 3

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11 thoughts on “Letting Go into A New Confidence

  1. Ah…I used to think “just being me” was groovy…and then, as you say, I let go of a couple of things: I eliminated the judgemental qualifier on the front end and the ego on the back end and all that remains is simply “being”…yeah, groovy for sure 🙂

    • I love that view for ‘being’ that you expressed: “… eliminated the judgmental qualifier on the front end and the ego on the back end …” Thanks Eric.

  2. I honestly think that the practice of letting go is one that we never get perfectly, it’s difficult to do in human form. But the practice does yield great wisdom and peace, the closer one can get to it. Thanks, Jeff.

  3. Letting go of control – for whatever reason can be difficult. When I finally hired a CEO (my hubby) to run my business, boy did I have difficulty letting go. My business was my baby. Built with my sweat, tears, and sleepless nights … and now someone else was going to squash it and change everything … It was rough, but it was needed to grow the business more successfully and it was the best decision I have made.

  4. Pingback: Release A New Confidence into Skill 3 | Jeff Brunson

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