# 156 ~ National Letting Go of Stuff Day

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The fourth Thursday in March, beginning this year in 2009, is "National Letting Go of Stuff Day".

What does it mean? It means that today (March 26, 2009) is..

  1. A day to claim your personal power
  2. A day to begin measuring your personal success from one year to the next
  3. A day to begin cleaning out your heart - getting rid of all the emotional pain
  4. A day to claim RENEWAL of your spirit
  5. A day to BEGIN LETTING GO of your past situations that are holding you back from your future success
  6. A day to claim your future dreams - as your own
  7. A day to accept and acknowledge what you can and cannot control in your life - and live accordingly

Lynn Thompson became connected with Darren Johnson through Rosanna Ienco's book launch initiative in February 2009. Darren was a guest by phone on 'Living on Purpose' (on CHLY in Nanaimo) on March 20th along with Shari Molchan, who was in studio. ~~~www.NationalLettingGoOfStuffDay.org ~~ www.molchanfinancial.com ~~   www.rosannaienco.com ~~ www.chly.ca

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