Letting go is sometimes one of the hardest things to do. But there are things and people and circumstances in our lives that may call for such a drastic move. Sometimes something can be so important for you and to you but can also be best to let it go because it causes more harm than good. It can take years or it can take a day but when it happens it frees so much wasted time and space in your life.
Most of the time it isn’t as hard or as painful as we would expect it to be. After all something or someone that is critical to our growth and can control us so much it changes us and not always for the better, you would expect pain and trauma. And yes there is some of that maybe a lot for some and not so much for others, but it is the relief of the burden of it and the releasing of the guilt of hanging on to something so tight. That will unlock that door of freedom. The power of that is what helps heal any ill effects of what we so greedily hang on to even as we see and feel the destruction it may cause.
The effect of letting go is on the most part in most cases a wonderful release of clutter, interference from enjoying life to the fullest, and a waste of time and space and energy.