A good story from our own experience about letting go of the outcome. We took the family to Cedar Point, the roller coaster capital of the world! The favorite ride was Steel Vengeance, their new hybrid coaster built from wood and steel. I could get all carried away with the fun we had there, but it would be better storytelling for you to just listen.
The theme park challenged me in so many ways from fear of heights too, yes, letting go of the outcome. Just like twisting upside down and trusting the safety harness on your chest to keep you in, we must trust in our own ride of life.
We talk about how fear and critical voices can keep us from creating, speaking our truth, or doing our own healing work. Letting go of the outcome can also help us enjoy the present moment with the people we love.
(Theme music: Ethan Anderson)
Stream “Letting Go of the Outcome”
Relationship Podcast Gems:
- Helpful as a creative to let go of negative outcomes or critical hecklers.
- Not in control of the recovery work Jon was doing. I could only do my part, and stay in my own healing work.
- Letting go creates space for us to enjoy the moment.
- Connect every day with your desire.
- Let go of the outcome so you can communicate hard things with your lover. Give them the opportunity to be there.
- “It’s badder if you know you can fall out.”
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