“I just want to set it down and walk away,” I said, “and I think I can do that now.”
Process work is life-changing, and I’m so grateful to be immersed in the work for myself this month because it’s helping me find my way to much-needed freedom from old ways of being, unhealthy enmeshment, and codependent entanglements.
It’s helping me see my role in these situations clearly—without judgment and with a deep focus on true transformation—while also really helping me see them for exactly what they are. And what they are is simply not for me.
I don’t have to feel hurt or angry or rehash what happened in the past. I don’t have to try to make sense of it all or doubt myself and what I know or experienced. Frankly, I don’t even have to think about any of it at all anymore.
I can just set it down and walk away.
I can just decide to be done and be done.
I can just focus on what I want instead.
I’ve learned some big lessons and moved through some rapid healing and release these last two weeks, and it feels oh so good and liberating.
And when we shift or release things quickly, there’s a strange sense of something being… different. Our minds want to continue looping, and our hearts want to feel the hurt and heartache, but there’s nothing there anymore.
There’s just openness, love, and peace. Boundaries as well, to be sure. But mostly just space. Space from what’s been let go and an inability to venture down those old pathways and thought patterns.
That’s true freedom.
So, now I’ll just set it all down and walk away. Leaving it in the past where it belongs and focusing on all the beautiful things coming alive inside me and my life.