I’m practicing non-attachment. Accepting what comes and allowing it to leave when it’s time.
What’s for me will be for me effortlessly.
Non-attachment is also known as detachment, which is when someone can overcome a desire for people, places, things and concepts of life. Through non-attachment someone will experience a perspective to life that is peaceful and freeing. You don’t let anything “own” you, you just let go of it.
Attachment is the origin, the root of suffering; hence it is the cause of suffering.
– The Dalai Lama
“Let Go” is more or less a slogan for life but once you do in fact learn to let go, there is this breath of fresh air that exhales the stress and sadness from your life (at least for me that is what happened.)
Non-attachment has brought me a sense of freedom, I practice it every day. When something goes wrong or upsets me – I don’t get tangled in the emotions. I have just simply learned and am still learning to let it go. My inner peace is far to important and detachment has taught me it’s okay to let yourself let go.
I’ve noticed that recently the problems of this world create compassion in me rather than anger. I don’t chase after happiness. I simply enjoy it when it’s present, and release it when it dissolves. My heart has continued to just grow bigger and bigger, I was worried I’d stop feeling love but instead I have felt it even more.
Non-attachment has freed me because I am in charge of my mind and my emotions now.