One of the hardest things to do is to get to the point of letting go of people, places, things, and ideas no longer serving us.

Two of the main culprits is history and value. You’ve known this friend since high school. Your parents went to school together. You joined the same sorority in college.

But does that mean that this person is the one who has been called to be in your future?

Some of the questions that you can ask yourself when it comes to deciding what needs letting go are the following:

Where am I now?

What are my values?

Where are they now?

What are their values?

What is the mission and vision of my calling?

Does this person, place, thing, or idea align with my values, vision, and mission?

After answering these questions, the truth is what will really often surprise you.

We sabotage our calling when our daily habits, routines, and relationships are incongruent with our mission and vision.

Healing after narcissistic abuse requires letting go of the people, places, things, and ideas/concepts that reinforce a slavery mindset and limited worldview.

Remember, slavery mindset means that you are in Energizer bunny mode 24/7. God solved this mindset and way of living by instituting Sabbath.

The more we open our minds to curiosity about people, places, things, and ideas, the more we can begin to eliminate the limited worldview stemming from our family’s love story garden, and reinforced by other people, places, things, and ideas along the way, and adopt God’s worldview, solely based on his abundance, sovereignty, and ownership of the world.

Until next time,


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