You have learnt the Releasing Process and you have been practicing letting go for a long while BUT you feel like you never got the success that you wanted. You’re frustrated, had enough of trying to make it work and you’re searching the Internet once again looking for the new thing that will actually work and get you everything you’ve ever dreamed of.

What is the issue here? Why is this happening?

The core issue here is not that Releasing does not work (because it does), but is that people don’t fully understand what it takes to fully release on a goal or problem.

Here is a reference checklist to consider if you want to finally get the big results that are possible when you truly let go.

Letting Go Checklist

1. Release to completion

Keep releasing on the goal until there is nothing else to let go of; until you are absolutely certain that there is nothing left. When you get to this stage nothing at all pops up from within you when you view the goal from these different angles:

- you observe there is no resistance any more with regard to the goal or problem.
- you observe there is no fear.
- you observe that all attachments/aversions related to the goal/problem is completely let go of.
- no AGFLAP emotions appear any more (refer Scale of Emotions chart)

Instead of noticing more limiting feelings, you’ll feel happy and at peace with a sense that the world is perfect as it is. Of course the main purpose of releasing ¬†should always be kept in mind – release to release and NOT to get something.

This takes commitment and time. How much time? That depends on the issue and how much AGFLAP emotions you have already let go of before facing the current issue.

Some practitioners often have 5 hour releasing days to make progress on a goal. Then they give more hours to it on consecutive days to stay high on the chart of emotions so as to keep clearing out AGFLAP emotions.

Some practitioners who release from the moment they wake up and all day long until the moment they go to sleep – they get the big results that are possible when you completely let go.

2. Momentum

When you invest time daily in releasing you will spend more time in the flow and its much easier to reach down and quickly let go of any AGFLAP that pops up. When momentum is on your side: it is quick and easy to let go.

The opposite is true if you only release now and then, or only when you happen to think of it. It is like starting a car on a cold winter morning after coming home from a two-week holiday. It takes a lot of power just to warm up! The important thing is to maintain the continuity of releasing if you are really serious about it.

3. Having-ness

When you are completely released on a goal there is a sense of having it right here and now. This is called feeling a sense of Having-ness. You do not feel a sense of lacking, wanting or separation from the goal. It is as if you do have it even though that makes no sense to the mind (the logical part of you).

Yet, there is no thinking and no trying to figure it out because you are at peace and feel that havingness with conviction. Just like you have that sense that you have your car key in your pocket before you put your hand in your pocket to open the door.

4. Make releasing constant – release throughout the day, everyday.

When you make releasing constant you’ll see the power of letting go.

Use these points as a checklist if you find yourself feeling that the Releasing Process doesn’t work.¬†



Vivek Venugopal.

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