The difference between letting go and letting go
There is an essential difference between letting go and letting go. Anyone who wants to learn to let go, but at the same time, however unconsciously, only revolves around the supposed insight of one’s own person, one’s own time and one’s own culture, overlooks the fact that no human being can be both the object and the subject of his own learning process. Such letting go has less to do with human reality than with gliding.
If you don’t want to let go of your sanity too, the first step is to let go of the belief that the world started and will end with you. That he, his time, his culture, would have a monopoly on the truth about man.
History…didn’t start with us
That is why we practice in Zeeveld in letting go ‘grounded’. That form of letting go that begins and ends with the recognition that there is such a thing as ‘history’. That the art of letting go is as old as humanity itself. That experience has been gained with this. We aim to build on this in Zeeveld. By aligning with those insights, behaviors and learning methods that have proven to be effective. For the prosperity and well-being of the human species, and for those people in particular, who feel compelled to devote their entire lives to the questions of, and the conscious practice of, being human. The common practice tool: the Liber method.
Psalm 51: Miserere mei: listen here
Released par excellence
In Jesus of Nazareth we see our example later. Completely human, completely authentic, completely in balance. Our letting go takes its inspiration and direction above all from the spirit that speaks to us from its life. On a more practical level, we focus in particular on the way in which Benedict of Nursia translated that spirit into a number of precepts.