Don’t focus too hard on letting go.. Let Be. Take time to bring a kind and gentle attention to your thoughts, your body, and your feelings. “When we sense we are stuck in some way in our life, we must begin with a willingness to see what is so. It is as if someone were to ask us gently, “Hey, what is really happening now?” Do we reply brusquely, “Nothing?” Or do we pause and acknowledge the reality of our experience, here and now? … There is a powerful opening that comes whenever we truly recognize what is so..With recognition our awareness can become like a dignified host. We name and inwardly bow to our experience: “Ah, sorrow; and now excitement; hmm, yes conflict, and yes, tension; oh now pain, yes, and now, ah, the judging mind.” (maybe even attachment) “We can light a lamp in the darkness,” says the Buddha. We can see what is.
— Jack Kornfield