Let It Be

Hourglass“When people say “Let it go,” what they really mean is “Get over it,” and that’s not a helpful thing to say.”

“It’s not a matter of letting go – you would if you could. Instead of ‘Let it go,’ we should probably say ‘Let it be’; this recognizes that the mind won’t let go and the problem may not go away, and it allows you to form a healthier relationship with what’s bothering you.”

– Jon Kabat-Zinn, founding director of the Stress Reduction Clinic and the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School 


Photo by MichaÅ‚ Chmurski 

One thought on “Let It Be

  1. cherie

    I love this I have found it so true. People were always telling me to just let go, not so easy for so many of us and I found for so many different reasons, reasons all our own , and I found that just real ok . that part of being human and honoring yourself. so as with you I found one day in that quite space, PAUSE AND LET IT BE. it felt good and very powerful yet it brings me peace every time I here it. so I put on my business card to share with others a gift if you will, so I thank you for some space here to share maybe something more important than we all know. so PAUSE AND LET IT BE. thanks so much cherie

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