The Art of Letting Go

First Published October 2005 at

In a workshop about Eros and the Divine, and its significance in writing, our writing guru, Jan Cornall, mentioned that the principle of Eros is about “being alive and feeling alive.” Tapping into that energy, according to this Aussie performance artist/playwright/poet/songwriter, will help us in our writing process. (read more here)


  1. I like this article. It really touched my heart how you said that you had to just let go. That’s the key, realizing that what you are doing is not making you happy, and doing something about it. This year (and I have said this over and over)has been an eye opener for me. I have finally decided to live my life the way I want to, on my own terms, and that means quitting my job, putting all my stuff in storage, and backpacking through out Asia. Yes it’s scary, but you know what? Life is what you make it and I want to be happy. Kudos to you doing that. God bless sister,


    • Dear Leron:

      Many thanks for visiting our site. Good luck on your travels and I hope you’ll find whatever it is that you’re looking for in your personal journey. Goddess bless you too!

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