People are always saying, ‘let it go’, but nobody knows how to do that, so why keep saying it?
Release the good stuff instead of letting go of the bad. It’s easier and once done, it magically takes care of the bad too. Where did it go? Who cares.
A lot of people don’t relax to the word relax. Release is something the brain understands better, because there’s a lot of releasing going on in all your body/brain mechanisms.
It takes more discipline to act angry than to act nice. You have to work yourself up to act angry. Nice flows easily whenever you have a pleasant thought.
- forget the muscles; they’ll respond to the words
Ask any actor, nice is easy, angry is hard.
It’s there. It’s not the weakest part of you. It’s the strongest – the part you’re most comfortable with.
You can laugh, you can laugh, you can laugh.
Most people don’t like to be told to relax or chill. So why tell yourself that?
If you relax anything, relax the anger, not the muscles responding to the anger. Relax the emotion; muscles will follow. Focus more on release – the good. You’re not giving it away. You’re blooming.