by meredith murphy
One of the more outrageous gifts of life is letting things go and realizing the perfection of completion.
Connections, it seem, have a life cycle. And like all energy--evolve.
What suits us and makes sense at one time, is irritating, meaningless, boring or even shockingly irrelevant at another. This is natural.
As we evolve we take in what nourishes us and helps us expand and grow. Others do the same. The value of our relationships is not how in how long it lasts, but what we are able to exchange and reveal to one another.
We all hear about this, but what is our true belief about relationships? Are we holding on to outdated ideas which say if someone doesn't remain endlessly interesting, vital and involved in a way that speaks to us and our life that something has gone wrong?
Are we blaming anyone else around us for not keeping up with us? Not being who we want them to be? Or ourselves? Are we feeling guilty for wanting to cut loose a relationship or two from our lives? Or even acknowledge, bless and release one that may already be gone?
Freedom comes from movement being natural and without restrictions. Consider what you might need to let go of to be more free, and toss it back into the unified field of life. Create some space. Experience who you are now that you've allowed wholeness to complete the circle in your experience and see what newness wishes to come forth as a result of the vacuum of space pulling more relevant energy systems into your experience.
Allow yourself to evolve.