Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Let Go And Be A Loser

Lester talked about how important it is to become a winner in life - someone who is free to do what he wants to do and free to not do what he does not want to do. He said we need to become winners in life and to drop the AGFLAP to make this happen.

Do this and we take a big step closer to freedom.

Now, the opposite of winner is loser and that´s what I wanted to talk about in this post. If our aversions are more subtle and harder to spot than our attachments then our loser tendencies may very well be sabotaging our happiness.

In other words, we want to avoid being a loser, losing or failing in any area of our lives. But, fear and it will appear so we need to let go of this aversion to enjoy greater peace of mind.

How to drop your aversion to being a loser.....

I have been playing with allowing myself to be a loser. This proved to be an unpleasant and heavy releasing session which later gave way to a beautiful carefree lightness.

You could also release on resistance to being a loser.

I recommend playing with this as winning and success are such highly charged issues in our world. Bring up the unseen aversion to winning and let it go --- you´ll feel happier and freer.