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Let Go with the Exhale

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Cass Carlopio
Sleep Expert, Psychologist & Meditation guide
The meditation uses the exhale to help the listener, let go of anything that is no longer serving them.
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14 reflections
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Karie
Letting Go
Letting go takes practice. At first it is work & self-talk. The more you practice, the easier it becomes until one day you realize letting go happens without a struggle.
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Brookelle
Root of holding on
I learned that because I have lost people in the past that were once close to me, I tend to hold very tightly to the people I have. Even though I do this, I still end up losing people at no fault of mine. My emotions often depend on my relationships, and when I feel people start to slip away, it consumes me in hurt, fear, jealousy, bitterness, etc. I need to believe that I am worthy of love no matter how my loved ones treat me. I am worthy.
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Alyssa
Calm
I can be calm and let go in even the most stressful situations. This really helped me relax.
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Matthew
Nice little session
Recommended if you just want to relax a little bit. I spent the day in bed feeling poorly. Realized this evening that I completely forgot to take my prescription regimen today! Caught myself up now, and got some food in me, so I guess I can sleep now. ’night Aura!
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Casheè
One thing to consider
Thankful for being alive and doing things to my best ability
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Maria
Changes
Thankful for my boys and Wonderful partner. Life changes and so do people so appreciate what u have
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Amy
Hey world
I learnt that I should let go of the past. I must look towards the future if I want to succeed in life.
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William
Exhale
Cassandra, yes! Landed! Exhale, release conflicts! Inhale gratitude! Melt! Thanks.
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Guinevere
Accepting sadness
Allowing the feeling of sadness to be ok, and just a thing to accept - and not solve - was nice. I'm surprised how quickly I felt better.
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Angela
Exhale
Perfect.. using the exhale to let go of what doesn’t serve you💗 I love this and will use this throughout life!
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Judith
I live for breath
I love the breath and it is where I should always go when the go to when “life” happens. The exhale always feels safe with release. And I forget, well sometimes I remember.
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Julie
Centering
Checking in with my breathing, I notice my natural breath is shallow and rushed along with feeling tension throughout my body. Listening to Cassandra’s soothing voice, I inhale deeply and slowly exhale letting out a gentle sigh at the end. Focusing on the exhale, I feel my body and mind start to relax. I am brought back to the present moment.
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Monique
Exhale stress
I learned that I can express boundaries in a kind but firm manner with my Mom. She says things out of love and her own anxiety that I have enveloped as my own while creating my own anxiety. Today, in this moment, instead of allowing anxiety to cripple me, I reached right to Aura for this mediation and my anxiety is relieved after this meditation. I will listen/meditate to this recording as often as I need to. I now feel centered and ready to move on with my day.
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Michelle
Exhale the muck, Inhale my high power
What a great way to end the meditation with inhaling something powerful that I am grateful fir after ridding my mind of that which I no longer want in my mind or in my life.