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The Power of Letting Go of the Need to Know Why
We have all been baffled at one point or another trying to understand and question why certain things unfold in our lives as they do. There have been countless times in my own personal life where I have gone over and over certain scenarios that have unfolded wondering, “How could this have happened? And why?!” More often than not, the answer doesn’t usually come in the moment of mental struggle but weeks or months later after I have surrendered and let go of the need to know.
Why is letting go of the need to know, “why,” so liberating? Because often times we don’t have the answer and it’s ok to, “not know.” Trying to understand and intellectualize every situation that unfolds (especially those situations that rub the Ego-mind the wrong way) is more often than not a form of control. When things happen to us that our beyond our intellectual mind and understanding, our mind goes out of control trying to, “figure it all out.” As a result, we take ourselves out of the present moment and scramble out of fear to make sure that that particular situation never happens again. The fact that we don’t know why it happened in the first place creates a greater need to become more in control over our lives than ever. In turn, we stay hostage to the situation, which then keeps us from moving forward with ease and love.
Doing the inner work around our life experiences, especially those that are painful or baffling are very important. This is where we can often break a lifetime’s worth of unhealthy patterns and cycles. Many answers can lie in questioning certain events if we are meant to know at that point in time. But if it becomes a struggle to understand and the answers aren’t coming easily that’s when the act of surrender and saying, “I don’t know,” is so powerful. We can speculate, question and not accept what has happened but that isn’t always the best solution or the one that is needed or necessary.