“Many people confuse their clingy, fearful and possessive behavior with love, failing to realize that love and attachment have nothing to do with each other. Attachment comes from a place of fear—fear of losing everything you have; fear of not being able to re-create the life you are currently living; fear of losing the love of those close to you, fear of losing your social status, your wealth and material possessions, fear of dying, and so on, while love . . . well, real love is pure and kind, and its only interest is in loving… Love has no interest in clinging, possessing or in keeping the people in our lives bound to us. Love only wants to love.” ~ Luminita D. Saviuc, 15 Things You Should Give Up to Be Happy

One of the most wonderful and most precious gifts you can give to those around you is your pure, honest and gracious love. A love free from fear and free from attachment. And today’s Letting Go of Attachment: Guided Meditation will help you achieve just that.

Before you begin, find a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed for the next 20 minutes. Second, find a comfortable position to sit – it can be on a chair, crossed legged or on your knees, or lay down and when you’re ready, press play. Once the meditation session is over, you can share your experience with all of us by commenting below.

Enjoy 🙂

Letting Go of Attachment: Guided Meditation

~love, Luminita💫


Luminita D. Saviuc

Luminita is the Founder and Editor in Chief of PurposeFairy.com and also the author of 15 Things You Should Give Up to Be Happy: An Inspiring Guide to Discovering Effortless Joy. For more details check out the 15 Things You Should Give Up To Be Happy Book Page.

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  • Belinda Parker

    at 4:41 am

    Luminita, I love everything you do. I love your daily messages and have almost completed your book (15 things You Should Give Up to Be Happy) – I love it! I shall keep it near me always and will buy it as a gift for many friends. In essence, I love the ‘give up attachment meditation’. I meditate daily. The problem I had was that the image of the person I chose to focus on is the very person I seem to have an attachment to. I love this friend but I have been rejected by her and the pain I have experienced since this happened (16 months ago) is deep. It is difficult for me to focus on another for the meditation so it brought me sadness rather than joy and peace. I am trying to find the love for myself in order to move forward. I shall continue to be inspired by you and hope that through your wisdom, I too can learn to love myself. Maybe then, I can learn to love others in a healthy way and who knows..maybe they will love me back. x Belinda

  • Chris

    at 8:03 pm

    I enjoy meditation and find more enjoyable with guided meditations to help me keep my focus because it is easy to become distracted by outside influence.

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