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Let Something Go

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Hannah Castillo
Mental Health Counselor
Letting go is a necessary part of moving on, but letting go is something that is so hard for many of us. This meditation invites you to use the exhale to begin to let something go.
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9 reflections
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Alex
Perfect timing
I recently experienced a loss of a relationship, and couldn’t have found this meditation at a better time. Whilst my mind was not as clear as I would have liked I nevertheless feel much lighter now. Thank you.
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Ana
GOOD NIGHTS SLEEP
I LEARNED THAT AURA HAS BEEN VERY HELPFUL FOR EVERY NIGHT THAT I HAVE USED IT.
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Beth
Great way to end the day
This was a good practice for anytime of day, but it was a relaxing way to let go of past stress and be more present.
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Heather
Frustrated
As I was browsing through Facebook I saw Jimmy’s mom with her nieces children. She had a big smile on her face. A smile that I never see her have with her own children. It upset me, and then that upset turned to anger. I had ended up venting to my friend about this. Then turned to a quick meditation session. This was very helpful. I feel lighter than before.
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Susan
Let go
Let go with the out breath. There are so many things that are filling me up that I need to gently let go
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Kim
Start my day
Excellent way to begin the day - let go of past hurts or pain. The work continues.
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Mary
Release
I learned that just thinking about releasing something and then breathing it out is helpful for letting go of unuseful things.
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Patty
Letting go
I liked using my exhalation to let go of things large and small. As some things are stubborn and sneak back in I can pause to do my focused breathing and let them go again.
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Jennifer
Letting go
I'm letting go of a relationship. Long overdue. It feels good to begin the process.