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Letting go of fears meditation

Come join us at  “Releasing Fear,” a powerful meditation session brought to you by RollingOut Universe. This meditation aims to cultivate a sense of courage and freedom, allowing you to embrace life’s opportunities without the weight of unnecessary fears.

Welcome to the meditation of RollingOut Universe, we invite you to this session. Today, we focus on identifying, understanding, and letting go of the fears that hold us back from achieving our full potential.

Find a quiet, comfortable place where you can sit or lie down without interruptions. Create an environment that feels safe and protected, perhaps by surrounding yourself with items that provide comfort or symbolize strength and tranquility. Close your eyes gently.

Let’s do a countdown to letting go.
5 Begin with deep, calming breaths. Inhale strength and exhale fear. Let each breath help you become more relaxed and open, ready to face and release your fears.
4 Release tension from your body, starting at your toes and working your way up to the top of your head. As you focus on each area, imagine the fears stored there dissipating with every exhale.
3 Allow your mind to calm, picturing it as a still lake. Each thought creates a ripple—observe them without attachment, letting them settle naturally, returning to stillness.
2 Envision your heart expanding and opening, making room for courage and resilience to grow. Feel a warm light in your chest, symbolizing the power to overcome fears.
1 Mentally affirm your commitment to release your fears. Acknowledge that this process is part of your journey toward emotional freedom and personal growth.

Imagine yourself walking through a misty forest where the fog represents your fears. As you walk, acknowledge that these fears have at times clouded your path and obscured your direction.

As you encounter fears along the path, pause to acknowledge each one. What is the root of this fear? How has it affected your decisions? Understanding your fears is the first step in overcoming them.

Approach each fear not with resistance but with compassion. Offer reassurance to yourself, perhaps by placing a hand over your heart and gently reminding yourself that it’s okay to feel scared, but you no longer need to hold onto these fears.

See yourself opening a box or a cage where you’ve stored these fears. One by one, let them go. Watch as they dissolve into the air, becoming part of the mist, then fading away entirely, clearing the air.

In the place of each released fear, visualize a golden light of courage filling the void. Feel this light strengthening your heart, empowering your spirit, and illuminating your path forward.

Let’s do a countdown concluding the meditation.
5 With the mist of fear cleared, see the forest path ahead of you brighten. Enjoy the clarity and freedom of walking forward without fear obscuring your way.
4 Begin to bring your awareness back to the present. Feel the surface beneath you, hear the sounds around you, and slowly start to move your body.
3 Take some time to reflect on the fears you released and the courage you cultivated. How does it feel to have let go of these fears? What new opportunities can you now embrace?
2 As you resume your day, keep the feeling of courage and freedom with you. Let it guide your actions and interactions, replacing old fearful habits with new, empowered choices.
1 When you feel ready, gently open your eyes. Take a moment to adjust, bringing the sense of courage and release back into your daily life.

Please join me as we share the affirmation for today, “I let go of what I cannot control and focus on what I can”, say that to yourself, and own it.

Thank you for joining “Letting go of fears.” May the strength and clarity you’ve found today inspire you to move forward fearlessly in all areas of your life. Return to this meditation whenever you feel old fears creeping back or when new fears arise. Sending you off with love and see you again soon at RollingOut Universe.

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