What do you need to let go of in order to attract more of…? This is a question I often ask my coaching clients. And in the wake of my last article about loss, I recognize the hugeness of this question. It asks you to accede to a loss. It may be letting go of a job that no longer fits, a relationship that no longer works or giving up possessions that clutter a living or work space.
Inherent in this question is the answer, “I fear letting go of…” Change can be daunting because we don’t know what lies on the other side. We talked about loss equaling change, equaling transition, equaling adjustment. The entire continuum is a process. And so there must be some grieving for what is lost or released. It is not simply making room for what’s next and new and vibrant. There must be an acknowledgement that we are letting go of something that holds meaning, memory and in some way, served us. Then we must trust that something good and greater awaits us on the other side of transition.
If you could let go of one thing that no longer serves you, to attract more:
what would that look like? What would you like to let go of to attract more of?
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