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Welcome to 3-2-1 Tuesdays with Better Wellness Naturally- The Art Of Letting Go: Freeing Yourself From Attachment And Finding Liberation

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3: Keys

2: Concepts

1: Quick Article

“The root of suffering is attachment.” - Buddha

3 Keys to Freeing Yourself from Attachment:
  1. Practice being Present: Developing the habit of being fully present in each moment, without judgment or attachment, takes practice for most of us—especially when the world is moving so fast around us. Cultivating presence, though, truly enables you to connect more deeply with yourself and others, which, in turns, helps to foster a sense of peace and clarity in your interactions and experiences.

  2. Embrace Impermanence: Another habit that takes practice is that of recognizing that everything in life is temporary, including emotions, experiences, and relationships. Embracing the impermanence of life allows you to let go of attachments to fixed outcomes and learn to find peace in the flow of change.

  3. Surrender Control: Much like learning to embrace impermanence, learning to release the illusion of control and surrender to the natural unfolding of life is another aspect of learning to free yourself from attachments. Practice trusting that things will unfold as they are meant to and letting go of the need to micromanage or force outcomes.

A Couple of Concepts to Reflect On:

Radical Acceptance: Embracing radical acceptance involves fully acknowledging and embracing yourself and others as they are, without judgment or resistance. It means recognizing and embracing imperfections, both in yourself and in others, and letting go of the need for approval or validation. There is a difference between observation and judgement.

Questions for Reflection:

  • How do you typically respond when faced with imperfections, either in yourself or in others?

  • What would it look like for you to practice radical acceptance in your daily life?

  • How might radical acceptance enhance your relationships and overall well-being?

Forgiveness and Liberation: Forgiveness is a profound act of liberation that involves releasing resentment and anger towards others and yourself. It's not about condoning harmful behavior but about freeing yourself from the emotional shackles of the past and moving forward without the weight or baggage of unnecessary resentments.

Questions for Reflection:

  • Are there any past grievances or resentments that you are holding onto? How might practicing forgiveness benefit you?

  • What obstacles or challenges do you encounter when it comes to forgiving others or yourself?

  • How can you cultivate a mindset of forgiveness in your daily life, and what impact might it have on your overall well-being?

A Quick Overview:

Research shows that holding onto negative emotions and attachments can contribute to stress, anxiety, and physical health problems. Conversely, letting go has been linked to improved mental well-being, resilience, and overall happiness.

Studies suggest that practices like mindfulness meditation, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and forgiveness interventions can rewire the brain (yes, neuroplasticity again!), weakening neural pathways associated with rumination and strengthening those linked to emotional regulation and resilience. By letting go of attachments and cultivating a mindset of acceptance and surrender, we can rewire our brains for greater peace and freedom.

Letting go is not about giving up or losing something, but about gaining freedom and reclaiming your power to live fully in the present moment.


  • Brown, K. W., & Ryan, R. M. (2003). The benefits of being present: Mindfulness and its role in psychological well-being. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 84(4), 822-848.

  • Salzberg, S. (2011). Real Happiness: The Power of Meditation: A 28-Day Program. Workman Publishing Company.



Healing through Yoga, Creativity and the Connections to our Divinity 

Damaged Rudders:

Healing through Yoga, Creativity and the Connections to our Divinity 

by Laura Weber Garrison, PhD

From the publisher…

"Damaged Rudders" emerges as a vital guide for those traversing the turbulent waters of trauma and seeking pathways to recovery and wholeness. Authored by Laura Weber Garrison, PhD, this book introduces a transformative approach that melds creativity, restorative yoga, artistic expression, and profound spiritual insights to foster deep healing.

Here, Garrison shares her own compelling journey alongside practical, evidence-based strategies that empower readers to reclaim their lives. Each page resonates with her commitment to nurturing creative resilience, promoting self-discovery, and facilitating transformational change.

This is not just another narrative on overcoming adversity; it's an invitation to reshape your life through unique, science-based integrative practices that reconnect you to your inner strength and divine purpose. "Damaged Rudders" is a must-read for anyone ready to restore their spirit, renew their passion for life, and rediscover the joy of living in alignment with their deepest truths.”


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