In this evening’s talk, Michael looks at the three components to truly letting go. He first begins with the aspiration for awakening. Secondly, he points to the appreciation of what we have been given in this life. Thirdly, he points to the need for there to be a resolve when it comes to practice itself. In this letting go, freedom, fearlessness and joy tend to arise of their own accord, even when situations might not be to our liking. Michael points to a deep unity that we can feel when we commit fully to walking the path. He suggests that this unity is the most fundamental sources of our felt sense of love and deep peace, and then asks how our lives might change if we knew that we had nothing to fear. The more there exists a recognition of this fearlessness and the more we see the permeability of the separation we typically feel between self and other. From this place we have an opportunity to deeply experience a congruence with living a life we’ve always wanted to live.