To "let go" does not appear to be a conscious decision that we can make. If we push and pull, and force ourselves to "let go", it does not seem to succeed.
It appears to be a result of an un(sub)conscious nature. For example, through continued, conscious practice of asanas, prana and meditation (which for some could be closing one's eyes now and then, and zooming in on the third eye for a few seconds or minutes).
Through the conscious practice, an un(sub)conscious change occurs that allows us to more easily "let go" of what no longer serves us.
What can be ever more awesome that the "let go", is the actual "awareness" when we have started to "let go".
In other words, the "awareness" of a developed sense of "non-attachment" to the outcome is just as awesome as the actual letting go.
We all have something that we want to "let go".
The nice part is we can do so, one step at a time, one asana at a time, one breath at a time, one meditation at a time, one practice at a time, one day at a time.
And "it" will be "gone" before we know it. And how awesome will that be?
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Peace and light,
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