“If it comes; let it. If it goes; let it. And you will find peace”
My mantra for this moment in my life. Let go. Let go of your worries. Let go of holding on. Let go of not wanting to go.
My time in Portugal was magical. I learned, I laughed, I cried, I fell in love, I got disappointed, I felled blessed. And now, slowly, it’s time to let go. Treasuring the beautiful moments. Treasuring the learning curves. There is no light without darkness. There is no peace without war. And the war in my head is coming to an end. I feel how peace surrounds me and hugs me like an old friend I haven’t seen in a long time.
I know from now on this is how my life will be. By choosing to become a yogi nomad I have to practice to let go of things. My first steps where letting go of a men I loved in order to live my life the way I want to live it. Then I had to let go of all my stuff and become a minimalist in order to be able to travel light. And now, every time I come to a place that I love, and meet people that I let into my heart, I have to let go at one point in order to move forward.
I was afraid that traveling like this would make me cynical and made it difficult to let people come close to me because I know it’s only temporarily. But it turns out to be the other way around. My heart is more open then ever. There is so much room for all the beautiful souls I meet along the way. I love them, and then I softly let go again. Keeping them forever in my heart and wishing them well as I wave them goodbye again. Maybe we see each other somewhere in the world. Maybe not. It’s all ok. Because when I close my eyes and turn within, you are all there, sitting in front of me, smiling, and I know all is well.