The S.T.A.R.R. of Letting Go

A post from Kristine Carlson 

As part or our early morning ritual, my late husband Richard and I would have our coffee, meditate, and repeat this prayer: “Divine love, play me as an instrument in your finely tuned orchestra of life.” Hence, the Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff book series came from that prayer and the chapters of our life together.

By asking to be an instrument or vehicle, I surrender my ego to divine love.

Letting go of my problems to divine guidance sure makes life feel easier. When I can release my worries and stress, I can then return to the moment where life is happening now.

The five-pointed path of the S.T.A.R.R. mantra for life—Surrender, Trust, Accept, Release, and Receive—applies to everything, including love, loss, and even traffic.

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