I would like to summarize my 7 day detachment series. This detachment series has been a beautiful journey. People around me have notice something magical within me. My clarity of awareness continues to increase the more I practice detachment.
One of the most beautiful things that has come out of my detachment series is that
my 7 year old daughter has embraced beginning and ending her day with "I love you". It is amazing to see her consciously make those decisions for herself.
Detachment lesson number one:
Detach from unhealthy pleasures. Reward yourself with something healthy not something toxic for your system or soul.
Detachment lesson number two:
Needing and wanting are absolutely two different degrees of the emotional mind. Detach from the "wanting". Find comfort in knowing that what you currently have is enough. Despite how little it may be, or the items you long for. You have enough.
Detachment lesson number three:
Decrease daydreaming as much as possible and increase the awareness of the current moment. Meditation will help quite the day dreaming and enhance awareness.
Detachment Lesson number four:
Detach from the idea of fear. Fear is an illusion that does not deserve energy. If fear is given energy it will shift from nonexistence into existence. You are fearless!
Detachment lesson number five: Detach yourself from any titles you are labeled.
It is okay to be addressed as your title but don't allow it to define you. Remember, if it's created on earth it's energy can not be transferred out side of earth, which in turn makes us independent from it.
Detachment lesson number six:
Detach from the idea of imperfections and know that you are perfect just the way you are. Allow yourself to become submerge in the light of love. You deserve to have this love for yourself.
Im + perfection= Imperfection Yes, you are perfection.
Say it out loud, "I am perfection, no physical limitation or flaw will compromise the love I have for myself, I am perfection." and repeat.
Detachment lesson number seven:
Detach from the idea of first impressions. Learn to love the "divine being" of others oppose to their physical and emotional limitation, what they look like, or disease they may be battling.
If you found this series enlightening please comment below. I would love to hear your progress through the series as well.