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Hey Valentines,

I know it’s the love week but before we can let love in, we have to make space inside to receive it.  I have been having more and more profound experiences of letting go and wanted to share my insights with you. This is longer than a lot of my posts to give you forewarning so feel free to skim and take what suits you; but if letting go is an issue for you, read on until the end. 

“When you walk away from something or someone, you walk towards yourself”

Letting to go is easier said than done
I see the imprints of my nails dug into my hands
As I say the words;  Let Go
Give it up, release it, surrender, move on
Any of those words have the same response on my nervous system”.

Ever notice as soon as you say the words let go, you dig in a little more and even your toenails curl under.
Shoulders tighten jaw clenches, muscles move into spasm.
Or maybe you say the words “I’ve let go” but deep down you know you’ve done nothing of the sort.
So why bother to try to let go at all? The real question is how do you do it truly, instead of just uttering the words.

It’s a lot like saying “don’t think of the elephant in the room”.  What’s the first thing you think of?
The elephant, of course and we all know this to be true.

So, how do you actually do it? 

There are so many self help books written on the subject and they’re all really good. It takes lots of practice and practice makes perfect as we know.  But friends, I’ll be the first to tell you;  it ain’t easy and if it was, there wouldn’t be so many books on the subject.

Here’s the list you’ll always see in books to conquer letting go:

  1. Visualize yourself letting go in your minds eye and releasing it up in a balloon out to sea etc
  2. Meditate by taking some deep breaths and stay in the present moment focusing on a candle or a mantra.
  3. Say your affirmations over and over in your mind
  4. Burn what you want to let go of
  5. Throw rocks in a pond 
  6. Do Yoga or exercise
  7. Write in your journal 
  8. Breath-work 
  9. Listen to music it changes your brain
  10. Go to therapy or see a life coach to find the underlying cause
  11. Go on vacation
  12. Move: Ever notice, wherever you go, there you are?  There’s even a book on this.
  13. Color or draw or splatter paint.
  14. Accept yourself right where you are and let go of self loathing.

Take a few minutes to add to the list so you can make it your own.

Home Games:

  1. Pick 1 or 2 of these and start practicing one of these modalities every day for 5 minutes and do it 2 or 3 times if you can.  Do this for a month and see this issue resolved.  Of course it truly depends on the incident in your life that you are trying to let go of.  There are obviously some that have a much greater pull on your heartstrings.  

2. The other thing is to just accept that you aren’t there yet!  We know Rome wasn’t built in a day but
we are so impatient.

Be gentle with yourself while you practice this new skill of letting go. Start letting go of little things first and say “as I let go, I free up space to be more of who I am now.  I am safe, secure and happy”.   Write that somewhere where you can see it everyday and make it your mantra. 

I promise you the more you practice the better you get, until you can walk away from the drama and upset of others you no longer need or want in your life. This is so freeing and a breath of fresh air.  We do our best to be loving and kind but we can’t please everyone.  Remember, people are processing their own internal issues and most often it has nothing to do with you. We are each mirrors for one another to reflect back what internal work we need to do on ourselves. People often can’t see the part they play and it’s easier to place blame and become victims, rather than take responsibility for our own shortcomings..

“When you walk towards yourself you might feel afraid.  Heart racing, temperature elevating, clammy palms or hands, throat gripping and that’s ok.  A part of you wants to flee, but can you just be with yourself like a mother holds her baby in a colic fit with no judgement;  just love? Love will set you free”.

Notice the sensations and just be with them and take a deep breath.  Become a silent observer of your mind, body, spirit and actions and hold yourself lovingly and kindly. It will pass but you have to face and accept your feelings as they are in the moment.  That is when true acceptance and change takes place. It will become second nature at some point but it starts with a simple shift of thought and  action.  

Start now, practice and celebrate your small wins.

Many of you know the heartache I’ve been going through with seeing our geriatric dog Harry, through his final days. Some of you might be thinking, “Gosh, we’re so tired of hearing about it, why doesn’t she put him down already”. Or others might be feeling the same thing about something in your life, so you empathize with what I’m going through. We only see through our own lens cap and know our own suffering.  

We had an emergency scare the other night when his legs involuntarily started flailing everywhere and we thought  he might be having a seizure and started panicking.  I called all of our vets including our emergency vet with no luck. We were beside ourselves and I suddenly remembered someone in the family’s ex husband was a vet.  In our desperation I picked up the phone and called his daughter to get his number.  In seconds I got a text from her mother saying “this made all of us uncomfortable; next time call me”.  I apologized profusely and explained we were reaching out because we were desperately trying to help Harry in case we had to put him down.  As you most likely know in Covid, they won’t let you go in with your pet and we couldn’t imagine not being with Harry during his last breath.  Her next text was “You made my daughter very uncomfortable, plenty of vets in the area” (her daughter is an adult mind you). My first reaction was anger and I quickly let it go.  Emergencies do that for us and in a split second I moved on to Harry’s needs.  I gave him some CBD and that did the trick and he slept soundly through the night. 

I dropped the anger instantaneously and only felt sad that she was still hanging on to such upset.  There was no question of me walking towards this drama and I simply didn’t respond back and walked away in love and kindness.  It was over for me and there was no pull to clear it up etc. I could just walk away and take care of me and Harry and know I had the highest intentions for my dog with no malintent to her family.   

In the old days, I may have tried to go back and clean up a mess that wasn’t mine to begin with, which could have made more entanglement and after all I did apologize.  If you are an empath, or you had to get approval from your parents so they would finally see you, you tend to think everything is your fault. We know when we hold anger and resentment, we only hurt ourselves and moving forward without casting stones is always the right answer and I felt good about that. 

“And when love sets you free, you can truly let go and you feel it in your bones, your psyche, your tissues and your spirit.  Something more beautiful will enter your life.  It always does. Let Go and Feel the Love”. 

Congratulate yourself for honoring your truth without creating more drama and upset that was never yours to begin with. There is something very powerful in sharing your truth in love and letting go. We never know how the other person processes things, nor is it our job to “fix others”. By caring for our needs deeply we give everyone around us a chance to resolve their own issues and heal whatever it is that they need to heal when and if they are ready.

As for Harry, I found out the next day that the vet will let 2 of us go with him to say farewell when the unfortunate day comes to send him to the rainbow bridge, but he’s not ready yet..this moment anyway.

Keep walking towards yourself in freedom and love! 

“When you walk away from something or someone, you walk towards yourself”.
When you walk towards yourself you might feel afraid.  Heart racing, temperature elevating, clammy palms or hands, throat gripping and that’s ok.  A part of you wants to flee, but can you just be with yourself like a mother holds her baby in a colic fit with no judgement;  just love? Love will set you free.
And when love sets you free, you can truly let go and you feel it in your bones, your psyche, your tissues and your spirit.  Something more beautiful will enter your life.  It always does, let go and feel the love”. 

Copyright © Cindy Georgakas All Rights Reserved 

Thanks so much for visiting today and reading. I do hope there was some useful information for you while you are getting ready to do some housecleaning so you can let go and let love in. You deserve it!
Please remember to like (if you do of course), comment and or share.

Feel the love that you are and let your heart shine. If not now when?

Blessings of Love,

🙏❤️🙏❤️🙏❤️❤️🙏❤️

Cindy

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asthaisha
3 months ago

Beautiful ❤️❤️ absolutely true ❤️❤️

asthaisha
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

It is ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

asthaisha
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

🤗🤗

HappySoul
3 months ago

Affirmations and writing journals works for me … vacations does it the best way though😜…

So sorry to hear about Harry, my prayers 🤞

HappySoul
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

🤣🤣🤣I’ve almost forgotten them too (vacations)

Cheryl, Gulf Coast Poet
3 months ago

Cindy, a wonderfully-written and meaningful post. it is especially meaningful when you share your own experiences. Means a lot! <3

Robert and I are dealing with several of these types of issues. Driving is becoming a problem. Robert is feeling unsafe and considering giving up driving. I don't like to drive at night and get achy if I drive long distances. We drive so little that we are trying to decide whether to get rid of one car.

We are in the process of changing to medical care close to our new home. It's too far to drive to our previous doctor, who we like very much and have gone to for quite a few years. It's a long drive, particularly when we are under the weather. I am driving Robert to the doctor for his checkup today, having already left that practice myself. Could be a bit awkward. I hope the doctor understands!

Thank you for this helpful post! Hope your day is happy and peaceful! <3 <3 <3

Cheryl, Gulf Coast Poet
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Thank you, Cindy, for your response. I took one of my books to our doctor and thanked him for being my doctor. He was very supportive and understanding and said he looked forward to reading the book. Robert and I are discussing ways to be safe in driving. Fatigue is an issue for him. If he will let me drive when he starts to feel tired, that will help tremendously. We will keep that conversation going and figure it out as we go along. Wow! 95 is pretty old to be driving.
Hope the celebration goes well! <3 <3 <3

Offshorewriter
3 months ago

Thank you Cindy for sharing this today. ❣️ This is definitely a reminder to me and I wish that I should practice to let go even if it’s harder for me. Love and hugs to you for sharing this today 🤗😍❤️

Carla
3 months ago

Loved your post dear Cindy!!👌👌❣❤

Carla
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
3 months ago

You are welcome, Cindy! ❤️❤️

Carla
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
3 months ago

😘😘😘❤️🌹

rosidabegum
3 months ago

Thank you for sharing this invaluable content. This is helpful.
And…..You look awesome🥰

rosidabegum
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

My most pleasure❤

Ingrid
3 months ago

Oh, this is a tough one, isn’t it? I love ‘The language of letting go’ by Melody Beattie. I have things in my life that I know I need to let go of but can’t quite do it…yet! The important thing is to be willing to let go when the time is right. I hope when Harry’s time comes you are able to let go without too much sadness 🌈

Ingrid
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
3 months ago

❤️

inerro.land
3 months ago

“When you walk away from something or someone, you walk towards yourself”
So true!
And actually walking towards ourselves should be the first aim…

inerro.land
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
3 months ago

Thank you for the post ❤️

Yernasia Quorelios
Yernasia Quorelios
3 months ago

♡ Keep talking about Harry ALL You like, here You ARE Amongst Friends; as to Helping Others Heal I would Add that The Healing Space Held is Their Healing Space, Held until They ARE Ready to Step In To It and Heal ThemSelves, a bit like taking care of someone elses possessions then returning them when they ask

…♡♡♡…

akshita1776
3 months ago

Lovely post!
Sorry to hear about Harry, sending prayers

Thegirlwithapuzzledmind
3 months ago

This is a wonderfully written and a well thought post. Letting go is never easy but practice is all we need. It may be harder at first but definitely it will put our mind at ease. Thanks for reminding us that.
I hope things will be easy for Harry and for you and your family ❤️

Thegirlwithapuzzledmind
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Its always a pleasure Cindy.

Calu Rancati
3 months ago

“Congratulate yourself for honoring your truth without creating more drama and upset that was never yours to begin with. There is something very powerful in sharing your truth in love and letting go. We never know how the other person processes things, nor is it our job to “fix others”. By caring for our needs deeply we give everyone around us a chance to resolve their own issues and heal whatever it is that they need to heal when and if they are ready.” You bring such wisdom for the world thank you Cindy may you be blessed all the time thanks so much for this post. 🥰🥰🥰🥰 love the amount of information you’re giving thanks if we really need to let go, you are giving us a path here. Thanks ❤❤❤❤

marlene ford gf Sesse
marlene ford gf Sesse
3 months ago

Very good advice. In my experience I have found it much easier to detach with love 💕 and work towards getting the ego out of my way .Giving myself permission to do things I want and need for self care has been very freeing . You are so right it starts with self love and self acceptance.being able to laugh at ourselves is also important. Getting the mind out of the body and into the quantum field is very freeing

Mailene@sncglobal.net
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

I have found it also helps to give myself permission to say no sometimes lol 😂

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2 months ago

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gabychops
2 months ago

This is one of the best posts you have written! You are a wonderful person and I didn’t realise this until now. Apologies.
I had terrible problems with vets’ indifference, even cruelty to the creatures that I loved.
Thank you for your wise, compassionate advice.
I hope your companion stays with you for much longer as every day now counts.

Love,

Joanna

Queenmoniqueayannavannscott
Reply to  gabychops
1 month ago

Hello

Ladysag77
2 months ago

Yes, yes YES Cindy! So beautiful and gentle. I loved watching your video as you are a shining example of how to be kind to our body for it is our vehicle for love in this life. What a fabulous post with humor and important reminders that tell us all that in order to receive love we must first give it to ourselves ❤ This is the Universal law, attraction and manifestation all starts from within. Happy early Valentine’s Day my dear sister friend. See ya Wednesday night 😘🙌

inspirechief
2 months ago

Cindy, this is so well written and informative. Letting go was one of the hardest things I have ever done. I don’t think I am 100% there yet.
I am like you and after I hung up would have immediately gone to anger. Now I have adopted the policy, “They can get over it or they can take it to their grave.” I’ve already moved on.
Take care. Scott.

M Jay Dixit
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

I have pinned this post so that I can read it again easily, Cindy. It addresses those issues that many of us deal with on daily basis. Those points about letting go, they look easy on the mobile screen but it’s tough to commit! You have really laid out the true meaning of letting go, which is to look within and love yourself.❤

I’m sorry about Harry, I remember the lovely poem you wrote for him on his birthday, I hope you feel better.

About us being on same wavelength, I guess there’s some truth to that! The thing is that I know that my GATE exam which is on 14th is not gonna go very well and since I don’t want to compromise with the university from which I wanna do my masters from, I’m planning to take a drop and give this exam again Next year after full 1 year preperation. Right now I’m in my final year of engineering and until now in my life I haven’t taken even a month off let alone a year! just to study.
So I am a nervous wreck these days. I get angry easily over little things, etc.

That poem of mine about letting go was a self help post in a way. But after reading your post about the same I am finding more depth in the concept.

You’re a great life coach yourself dear Cindy! Take care🤗🤗

M Jay Dixit
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Yes please send in that poem, Cindy I’ll be waiting🙂
Your daughter’s an engineer too, that’s so awesome. Another coincidence!

You know..my mother is very much into yoga too.. just the other day she was talking about starting teaching it to others.. with diet plan and everything..make a business out of it and all.. And that reminded me of you as you are a great yogi!
Amazing coincidences one after another😂😂😂

Talk to you soon, yeah that tune is gonna be awesome❤

Frank @ Beach Walk Reflections
2 months ago

Whew … a lot in this one, so I’m unsure where to start. Dealing with ailing pets is so hard … no … make that extremely hard. Peace and strength to you with your beloved Harry. Many good things in this post. My next beach walk is about Love … and it will host for Marsha’s Wednesday challenge. Hope you visit, comment, AND paste the URL for this post.

Prakaash inspiration
2 months ago

List of tips from book is really good.🌷🌷🌷🙏

Athira
2 months ago

True post Cindy…

Athira
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Most welcome Cindy….

Athira
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

🙂

vaniheart
2 months ago

Very well written post Cindy 💖💖💖
The incident of finding a vet, you did a great job at letting go, thereby not extending the matter further 👏👏👏
As- you remember you have to do a post on valentine day about you and your spouse’s love story😛🙈 because I am waiting for that

vaniheart
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

That’s so cool!!!💖💖
But also a little bit of storytime plz!!! I am waiting for it for so long 😛😛😛

Kumar Harsh
2 months ago

Cindy i cried a bit reading this. It’s like going through the same feeling when this happened with joy. I felt so helpless and so depressed that I couldn’t do anything. I remember searching frantically for doctors that might save him. I know the exact feeling Cindy. It’s so hard for people like us to let go. The people like us that care too much and that feel too much. The worst thing comes to us when we can’t say it loud. I can understand how you must be feeling Cindy. Hope the pain that harry feels subsides soon.

Kumar Harsh
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Hahaha. You know me. If i get involved i get involved a 💯😝😅😅

Kumar Harsh
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Hahaha. Same as you. 😅😝😅😘😘

Curt Mekemson
2 months ago

Journal writing. That’s my best approach, Cindy. I’ve been doing it daily for 20 years. The more I write, as a general rule, the more I need to let out. A 10,000 word month is usually a low stress month. !5,000 things are cranking along as normal. 20,000 and there is definitely a problem. Hiking up mountains is pretty darn good as well. 🙂 Sorry about the woman’s reaction, especially after you explained the situation. The family obviously had problems. You were right to leave it behind. –Curt

Curt Mekemson
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Grin. That’s a lot of words in 20 years. 🙂 Sometimes, just for fun, I go back and read entries, like what was I up to on this day 17 years ago. That practice is somewhat telling in itself. Like am I still dealing with similar stresses. Or joys.
As for story telling on the mountain, I’ll bet they would be interesting. 🙂

Curt Mekemson
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

It’s the ones that are buried deep in your mind, out of sight, that can really bite. Beyond that, right. The past is the past when it comes to negative thinking. Hard to do! –Curt

Curt Mekemson
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Living in the present with some appreciation of history and planning for the future but not stressing over it! 🙂

Curt Mekemson
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Hopefully I took care of that above. Can’t have any grrrs. 🙂

Curt Mekemson
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

WP and it’s addresses seem to be causing me trouble. If you still haven’t found it, type in “A Sad Tale… The Sierra Trek” in your search engine and it should come right up. 🙂

Curt Mekemson
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

I may have just missed it, too. Cindy. Every once in a while, I seem to skip a response. 🙂

novecentomilaepiu
2 months ago

It’s true!
good night

House of Heart
2 months ago

A wonderful post Cindy. Loved the video. It’s hard to Let go but not doing so hurts us more than anyone else. I like to think of worries that keep me awake as balloons and I let them float away , if they are important I can bring them back the next day. 🎈🎈❤️🌹

Nawazish
2 months ago

Quite a insightful post Cindy! Art of healing❤❤

Nawazish
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Haha! I hate exercising….I don’t get much time and so I prefer walking then🤣🤣

Nawazish
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Sure… I’ll try them once❤

Nawazish
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

I am very lazy. I know😛🤣

Nawazish
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Me too🤗

johncoyote
2 months ago

Good morning dear Cindy. Hello from cold and icy Michigan. I liked the work-out. I need a long walk. Won’t be long. Spring is coming soon, I hope. Have some fun and be safe.

johncoyote
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

You are welcome dear Cindy.

Samreen Asad
2 months ago

This is such a wonderfully written, full of positivity (as always) and wisdom we get through your post is such a treasure Cindy. ❤️ To still hang ourselves to our past is really not worth while, this way we can never ever move forward. And life is all about shedding and then wearing and abiding by new promises, hope and contentment. I so lobed how you decided not to be angry and show reaction to that phone call. And I feel so sorry for Harry, may he go in peace, when his time comes over the rainbow Bridge. Take care, lighthouse “Cindy”, btw you look so beautiful in pink 🥰😍 Love and hugs❤️❤️🤗🤗🌺🌷✨✨

Samreen Asad
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

When we write it out, our anger, sadness or whatever feeling we have, doesn’t it calm down a lot and we feel love around? ❤️🤗 Love and hugs to you as well dear always 🤗🤗🤗❤️❤️❤️

Samreen Asad
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Haha, yeah 😅❤️🤗

Samreen Asad
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

💞✨💞🥰

Samreen Asad
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

💝💝💝😘

Samreen Asad
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

💖🥰🌹💞💝🌹

roughwighting
2 months ago

So much wisdom here. For so many it is difficult to walk away from the drama. Or from someone making us get in a defensive mode. But what a wonderful blessing it is to let go and walk away from the drama and walk into ourselves.

Sovely Matters
2 months ago

I love it, thanks so much, dear Cindy. I appreciate your words. Lots of love from Germany. Yours, Sovely

Sovely Matters
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

❤️ You’re very welcome. Sovely

M Jay Dixit
2 months ago

Hey, Cindy! I’ve sent my first draft of blog post and the final lyrics to our song to you in DM. Please check it when you are not busy. ~ Jay <3

Prior...
2 months ago

good post here with the classic Cindy wisdom and motivation

Jonathan Caswell
2 months ago

YOU WERE RIGHT—LONG POST! WORTH EVERY SYLLABLE.

Jonathan Caswell
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

😀 😀

Jonathan Caswell
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

THERE YOU GO !

My Rollercoaster Journey
2 months ago

Great post! I have a hard time letting go. I sweat the small stuff. Can’t let things go. I deman apologies. Want to see remorse in their eyes. Feel offended when they let go while I’m waiting on an apology. It’s exhausting and I want to stop. I really do.

My Rollercoaster Journey
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Probably, but I do get easily stressed from little things when it comes to people. Traffic and other such things don’t phase me but the closer I am to someone, the more they have the power to irritate me

My Rollercoaster Journey
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Thank you. Hopefully soon. You are too kind!

Lisa at Micro of the Macro
2 months ago

Cindy, this is a really lovely post. (Although I am still pissed at the ex-inlaw for being such a bitch. Give me a few hours, I’ll let go of it . . .) Poor Harry. Glad you thought of giving him CBD. Please give him a big hug & kiss from Aunty Lisa. I’ve been doing quite a bit of letting go lately – of relationships in which I’m feeling taken for granted. Let go and forgive seems to be my current mantra! Is it just me, or have you or others you know been experiencing this? 🌞

Lisa at Micro of the Macro
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

I hear ya. It wears me down to always be the one giving, for so little reciprocation! I mean, I’m loving and forgiving and all that, but DAMN, enough is enough! I figured you’d understand. I think we must be soul sisters! 😘🌞🥰

Lisa at Micro of the Macro
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

You will have to tell me how to go about it! 🌞

Lisa at Micro of the Macro
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Ok I will give your blunt approach some thought! 🌞

Lisa at Micro of the Macro
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Ok I’ll give it a go! Thanks for the advice! 🌞

Introverted Thoughts
2 months ago

This was so beautifully said. I’m so sorry to hear about Harry, I’ll be praying for him. The Rainbow Bridge is such a heartfelt and lovely poem, it always leaves me on the verge of tears.
“When you walk away from something or someone, you walk towards yourself”
This is so true! Forgiveness and kindness are all parts of love in a way!
Wonderful post as always!!🤗❤️

Introverted Thoughts
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Always a pleasure coming by your blog! You always have such timely writes and uplifting content! Haha, not too busy thankfully 😂 My pleasure!! ❤️❤️

Introverted Thoughts
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

You’re doing a wonderful job already!✨
On my way out😂

Gottfried
2 months ago

I haven’t let go of the past, I have a stronghold on the present and you have to feel sorry for what I have in store for the future 😅

Gottfried
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Sweet

Gottfried
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

🤔

thereluctantpoet
2 months ago

Reblogged this on The Reluctant Poet.

thereluctantpoet
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Always a joy and pleasure to read and share your posts with followers, My Dear! Have a great day!!
xoxox 😘💕🎁🌹

PoojaG
2 months ago

Meditation has helped me so much with letting go as well as figuring out what I want in life. Great post!

PoojaG
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

Yeah it’s been life changing for me in a lot of ways because it’s one of the few things that really helped me improve and grow as a person. Meditation takes a while to get the hang of but it’s so worth it.

Shreya Sharma
2 months ago

This is very beautiful ❤

Jonathan Caswell
2 months ago

Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
ALL KINDS OF STUFF HERE—BUT LOOK OUT FOR THOSE ADS!!!

Jonathan Caswell
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

In the middle of the post—or was it ANOTHER blogger’s posting?

Jonathan Caswell
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

It was another blogger. so happy to hear from Ruelha that everything else takes a back seat!

Jonathan Caswell
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
2 months ago

NO—SHE’S PRETTY…AND WHAT IS REST-?