Acceptance – Let Go Of That Which You Cannot Control Guided Meditation Script With Audio

Acceptance – Let Go Of That Which You Cannot Control Guided Meditation Script With Audio

(This is one in a series of 13 Guided Meditation Scripts with audio which can be found in the member's area

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Welcome to acceptance – let go of that which you cannot control guided meditation.

Find a quiet place and settle into a comfortable position. Prepare yourself for surrender.

Take a deep breath in through your nose. Hold it for 3 seconds. Now push that breath out through your mouth.

Again, take a deep breath in through your nose. Hold it for 3 seconds. Now push that breath out through your mouth.

One more time, take a deep breath in through your nose. 1. 2. 3. Now push that breath out through your mouth. Deep breath in, hold it for 1. 2. 3. Slowly exhale.

Take a deep breath in through your nose. Hold it for 3 seconds. Now push that breath out through your mouth.

Again, take a deep breath in through your nose. Hold it for 3 seconds. Exhale.

One more time, take a deep breath in through your nose. 1. 2. 3. Exhale out through your mouth.

Deep breath in, hold it. Slowly exhale.

There are many experiences and events in life that you do not control and cannot change. Choose something that is going on in your life right now that you cannot control or change. If you don't want to focus on current hardship you can draw from your past as well.

Take a deep breath in through your nose. Hold it. Now push that breath out through your mouth.

Hold it. Again, take a deep breath in through your nose.

Hold it. Now push that breath out through your mouth.

Hold it. One more time, take a deep breath in through your nose.

Hold it. Now push that breath out through your mouth.

Now focus on the issue you cannot control or change. See all of the different parts it holds. See your frustration, sadness, anger, and fear.

For now, we will focus on the fear.

Allow yourself to feel the fear connected to this situation you can't control or change. Allow all of those fearful emotions and thoughts to pass through your mind.

Imagine yourself standing in a storm, now reach your arms toward the sky with your palms facing upward.

Repeat after me…

I am releasing all of the fears I feel about this situation.

I am letting go of all of these fears once and for all.

I surrender. I accept it as it is.

Imagine yourself shaking all of your fear from your fingertips, fear flying from them as though they are raindrops.

Now allow your arms to drop back to your lap, let them rest there for now.

Take a deep breath in through your nose. Hold it. Now push that breath out through your mouth.

Hold it. Again, take a deep breath in through your nose. Hold it. Now push that breath out through your mouth. Hold it. One more time, take a deep breath in through your nose.

Let's focus now on your frustration.

Allow yourself to feel the frustration connected with this situation you can't control or change. Feel that frustration at your very core.

Now lift your arms above your head, with your palms facing up reach for the sky and repeat after me.

I am releasing all of the frustrations I feel about this situation.

I am letting go of all of these frustrations once and for all.

I surrender. I accept it as it is.

Imagine yourself shaking all of your frustrations from your fingertips, frustration flying from them as though they are raindrops.

Now allow your arms to drop back to your lap, let them rest there for now. Relax for a moment.

Take a deep breath in through your nose. Hold it. Now push that breath out through your mouth.

Hold it. Again, take a deep breath in through your nose.

Hold it. Now push that breath out through your mouth.

Hold it. One more time, take a deep breath in through your nose.

Hold it. Now push that breath out through your mouth.

Let's focus now on your frustration. Allow yourself to feel the frustration connected with this situation you can't control or change. Feel that frustration at the core of your being. Now lift your arms above your head, with your palms facing up reach for the sky and repeat after me. I am releasing all of the frustration I feel about this situation. I am letting go of all of this frustration once and for all.

I surrender. I accept it as it is. Imagine yourself shaking all of that anger from your fingertips, anger flying from them as though it is raindrops. Now allow your arms to drop back to your lap, let them rest there for now. Repeat after me. I am free from worry.

I release the negative emotions surrounding this situation and I fully accept that I cannot control it. I let go of expectations and choose to live my life as I wish. I know that trying to control everything is a waste of my energy and resources. I cannot control everything, I accept that I cannot control everything and I am letting go. You may now resume your day when you are ready to do so.

(This is one in a series of 13 Guided Meditation Scripts with audio which can be found in the member's area).

Handle Hard Times Let Go Of Fear

Handle Hard Times: Let Go Of Fear

When you are facing a difficult time in your life, you will probably feel a lot of fear. But this fear is a hindrance, as it holds you back from taking the chances which might be necessary to overcome the challenge you are facing. This is why you should take whatever steps possible to let go of fear during hard times.

 

Embrace Your Fears

The first step to learning to let go of your fears is to embrace them. This is because if you are always in denial, you will never be able to come to the root of what is actually making you fearful in life. One of the best ways to embrace your fears is by writing them down. This may sound silly, but it is quite the feat to put your fears on paper. This may make them seem more real, but this could also make them seem silly too. There’s only one way to find out and that’s by writing down your own fears then evaluating how you feel about them afterwards.

 

Analyze Your Fears

Once your fears are written down it’s time to analyze them and decide just why you are afraid of them. Sometimes you may be afraid of one thing, but it will manifest as another. For example, the fear of heights is usually related to a fear of falling rather than the actual being up high portion. Thus, someone who is afraid of heights can sometimes be comforted by knowing they won’t fall and why. Your fears may work this same way, and once you analyze them, they may not seem as bad or as imposing as they did before.

 

Focus On The Good

One of the issues with fears is that you will tend to focus on your fears above all else, and this can make them seem to grow to gigantic proportions. Chances are, your fear isn’t all that scary, and if you stop thinking about it 24/7 it won’t seem as scary or imminent. The best way to stop thinking about your fears is to focus on the good things in your life instead, and then every time a fearful thought comes up block it with a good thought instead.

 

Have Back-Up Plans

Although you should always aim for your dreams, sometimes your fears will keep you from taking risks. For example, if you are facing hard times because you lost your job, you may be afraid to pursue your passion because you think it may not work out.

And in order to combat these fears, one of the things you can do it always have a plan b. Just having a plan for when your plan goes awry can do wonders to helping keep you calm. It will probably even give you a boost of confidence that you needed to take a risk that you may have been afraid of. So, continuing with the above example, if you are afraid of failing at your dream job, maybe you have a resume out and ready for a company where you know you would get a job if you needed one.

 

Conclusion

Letting go of fears can be an extremely difficult feat, especially if you are currently facing hard times. But there are a number of things you can do to help you let go of these fears, the most important being that you learn to embrace them.

After you’ve embraced your fears, you can analyze them and learn to effectively block them. And if you are still struggling with fear after that, consider making a backup plan to help quell your fears and give you the boost of confidence you need to succeed.