My learning to ‘let go’ was not a learning about what ‘letting go’ means.

     Letting go was and is an ongoing experience

Much akin to the experience of weightlessness

                   In earlier ages,

It was called groundlessness . . . we knew nothing yet of outer space . . .

. . . when I knew nothing of my inner space

Weightlessness came as a complete surprise . . . it was an emergent phenom . . . initially, the experience was disorienting, but not painful. None of this discovery actually hurts. We’re simply afraid . . . (and have been re-enforced endlessly to remain that way) . . . of the unknown . . .

our entire human history has been a sustained attempt to reconcile ourselves . . .

we have always, 

individually—collectively—historically 

had trust issues.

Deep down . . . . . . yep . . . . . . been there myself many a times . . .

So, from that perspective, from my own experiences, I can express that

        Letting go, let’s in.

                                                  It’s wonder filled.

It does take some getting used to though. 

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