Hugh Prather

The Little Book of Letting Go

Find the Key to Happiness in Letting GoShed what weighs you down. From long-harbored guilt to deep-rooted prejudices, many of us bear the weight of harmful tendencies in our daily lives. Whether we realize it or not, these things are actively holding us back from the happiness we long to attain. In this inspirational book, minister and counselor Hugh Prather provides a guide for mental cleansing. It is only in ridding our minds of the fear and judgments we cling to that we open the door for happiness.
Embrace opportunities as they come. The more we hold on to, the less room we have to take on more. If our minds are clouded by negativity, then we aren’t facing each day with the openness that it deserves. By facing each moment with enthusiasm, we pave the path for positive thinking and make the most out of every opportunity that comes our way.
Practical exercises and lasting tools. Changing how we think takes practice. This is why Prather doesn’t just tell us that it’s important to let go—he shares with his readers simple steps for how to go about letting go of things that hold us back. Through learning from Prather’s shared experiences and adopting the practices he offers, we can find happiness, peace, and a chance at spiritual renewal.
Read a copy of Hugh Prather’s The Little Book of Letting Go today and discover…
A simple 3-step process for letting goA 30-day plan for spiritual renewalPersonal stories from Prather about his own journeyReaders of Letting Go: The Pathway of SurrenderIt’s All Under ControlThe Art of Happiness, or Love is Letting Go of Fear will love The Little Book of Letting Go.
229 printed pages
Original publication


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    Liisu Innohas quoted15 days ago
    ecause emotions are by-products of thinking, we sabotage our careers, health, happiness, and relationships through unconscious thinking, not unconscious feeling. This is why learning to recognize a polluting thought the instant it shows itself is crucial.
    roxanne mitrihas quoted2 months ago
    The River and the Lion
    After the great rains, the lion was faced with crossing the river that had encircled him. Swimming was not in his nature, but it was either cross or die. The lion roared and charged the river, almost drowning before he retreated. Many more times he attacked the water, and each time he failed to cross. Exhausted, the lion lay down, and in his quietness he heard the river say, “Never fight what isn't here.”

    Cautiously, the lion looked up and asked, “What isn't here?”

    “Your enemy isn't here,” answered the river. “Just as you are a lion, I am merely a river.”

    Now the lion sat very still and studied the ways of the river. After a while, he walked to where a certain current brushed against the shore, and stepping in, floated to the other side.
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