by David McLeod | Jul 27, 2020 | No Comments

Everyone likes to be in control—at least some of the time, but most of us realize that real control is simply an illusion of the mind. After all, there are so many variables to consider that we can easily see that no one person has the capability of controlling all of them. And yet, how many of us—out of some unconscious fear of the unknown—try to exert control over situations, circumstances, and the behavior of others, all in an unwitting attempt to keep ourselves safe? And what is the cost of our control freak behavior? In this episode, we look at the benefits of surrendering the need for control and begin to let go—without losing ourselves in the process.

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