How To Let Go Of The Outcomes In Your Everyday Life…

How To Let Go Of The Outcomes In Your Everyday Life

As a tarot card reader, one of the main questions that I get by new and old clients alike is: “what will be the outcome of my situation?”

There are many variations to this question and at times this question isn’t coming from a place of intuition and insight, but it’s coming from a place of desperation and fear.

When a tarot card reader provides an outcome in a Tarot reading, that usually means that the outcome is what is going to happen if the client will continue on the same path without changing their actions and habits. Nothing is set into stone, and things can easily change based on life decisions and things that are out of your control. It’s always safe to say that tarot readings are meant to inspire and offer creative ways to look at a situation, or find a creative solution to an everyday problem.

As someone who has become fixated on tarot reading outcomes in the past, I’ve compiled a couple of ways of how you can let go of the outcomes in not only tarot readings, but also in your everyday life.

1. Know that you are responsible for many things that occur in your life, and that you have the power to change some aspects of your life. You can begin that journey by creating a list of what you don’t like about your life right now and the realistic action steps you can complete in order to change your life for the better.

2. Remind yourself that many things are out of your control. Surrendering your need for control provides you with the opportunity to focus on the present moment and become more grounded. A way to remind yourself of this is to think back to a situation where you felt that you had complete control of a situation, but the outcome didn’t meet your expectations. By recognizing this, you can remind yourself that becoming fixated to an outcome is unhealthy and unproductive.

3. Grounding yourself can become beneficial when one wants to let go of an outcome. Some grounding exercises include yoga, meditation, or simply taking deep breaths. An exercise that I found to be beneficial has been completing activities and in slow motion. This can become frustrating at first since many of us are used to completing tasks quickly, but this exercise serves as a reminder to be mindful of what we do and to focus on the present moment. Grounding yourself is a great way to focus on the present moment because that’s the only thing we can control.

Letting go of an outcome to a situation is beneficial and it takes work and persistence. In what ways has letting go of an outcome in a situation shaped your life or perspective in a positive manner?


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