“The feelings of comfort or discomfort are entirely subjective, and of themselves meaningless, until they are attached to an expectation of an imagined outcome.
Want to feel ease and flow instead of the rollercoaster of conflict and contrast?
Then release your attachment to what you expect will happen.
Sounds easy, but it takes practice.”
So begins Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable by Adam M Lamb. But what does a practice of releasing expectations looks like exactly? Pick up the little book of letting go that holds the promise of facilitating some big changes in your life.
Praise for Adam’s work: “Heart stopping, thought provoking. He brings an instant directional change to thought. Brings to light what we already know and encourages the changes that we know we must make.” – L.B.