Let Go & Play

August 28, 2020

On today's show we discuss the powerful principle of Let Go & Play. We dive into what it takes to let go and play, leave your ego at the door and be humble which ups the fun and helps us live life to its fullest. This means leaving your comfort zone and taking chances. Play is perfect for this as it lowers the stakes in any given situation allowing for greater risk taking which is why it is a powerful tool for learning. When we accept that mistakes are opportunities to learn we can be empowered by our past choices. We become teachable and open to new ways of thinking that improve our life experience.

For our PRO TIP this week...we’re giving you some homework. Pick an activity that YOU’VE NEVER DONE BEFORE and try it out. If you’re struggling to think of one, go find a dance instructional video. You could look up clogging or the shuffle step on Youtube. Maybe it’s the waltz. Try it out and notice what you tell yourself as you will inevitably make mistakes while learning these new steps. Can you forgive yourself and accept that mistakes are a necessary part of going somewhere you haven’t been yet? Remember it’s feedback

Remember that Life is a team sport, so join the conversation and let's play together!

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3 comments on “Let Go & Play”

  1. "Can you forgive yourself and accept that mistakes are a necessary part of going somewhere you haven't been yet?" Loved this SO much!!!! I always get so frustrated when I mess up a new recipe or make mistakes, but mistakes are part of the process! We can't expect ourselves to be perfect at things we've never done or are still practicing!

  2. I just listened to the last of the podcasts for now (hopefully there are more soon!) and I am continually impressed by this! Please keep sharing these truths with the community here on playtheory.org and elsewhere in the world. I truly think with this change in mindset, we can see amazing results in our relationships with others! I will definitely be sharing this with family members and friends, and I am excited to get my own community practicing these ideals. Hopefully this profound yet understandable pattern of teaching, learning, and interacting will help them as much as it has helped me even this far!

    Also, side note, the 2 second pause after someone speaks has completely changed how my coworkers and friends interact with me on a professional level. Complete gamechanger! There seems to be more mutual respect and a free flow of ideas as well. Love it!

    1. Thank you for your kind comment! We are so delighted that you are finding value in our message. Please let us know how we can help you at a local level to support spreading these principles of truth. Have a great week!

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