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To release what no longer serves you, follow these steps:

1. Identify what no longer serves you: Take some time to reflect on various aspects of your life, such as relationships, habits, beliefs, or activities. Think about what is no longer bringing you joy, growth, or alignment with your goals and values.

2. Acknowledge and accept: It is important to acknowledge and accept that certain things may have served a purpose in the past but are no longer beneficial for your present or future. Recognize that it is okay to let go of what no longer serves you.

3. Let go of attachments: Often, we hold onto things, relationships, or behaviors out of fear, comfort, or habit. Let go of any attachments you have towards these things and embrace the idea of creating space for new opportunities, growth, and positive change.

4. Practice forgiveness: Forgive yourself or others who may be involved in what no longer serves you. Holding onto resentment or guilt only hinders your progress. Forgiveness allows you to release negativity and move forward.

5. Create a release ritual: Perform a symbolic act to visualize and manifest the release. This could involve writing down what you want to let go of on a piece of paper and then burning it, or releasing it into a body of water. This ritual helps in solidifying your intention to release what no longer serves you.

6. Embrace new possibilities: Once you have released what no longer serves you, make room for new opportunities, relationships, and habits that align with your values and bring you joy and growth. Be open to trying new things and welcoming positive change into your life.

Remember, releasing what no longer serves you is a continuous process. Regularly reassess your life and let go of anything that hinders your personal growth or happiness.


I am a divine being and deserving of being loved 🥰

Nisha Crambry
Nisha Crambry

That you is!

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