Psychic Weight: Letting Go and Living in Your Heart for Greater Confidence

by | May 1, 2023

Have you ever noticed a feeling of heaviness, like an invisible weight, that holds you back from reaching your full potential? I know I sure have, and it is not fun. You may not notice it initially, but the more you try to accomplish things, the more you struggle and stay stuck. That heaviness is called psychic weight. If this resonates with you, contact me, so we can break free and let go of it together.

What is psychic weight?

Psychic weight refers to all the negative thoughts accumulated over our lifetime, such as resentment, guilt, shame, fear, disappointment, and frustration. It’s not real, but it lives in our heads. I’m sure you’ve heard the saying about resenting someone: Why are you allowing them to live rent-free in your head? If you’ve been this type of landlord, you are holding on to psychic weight that weighs you down like a block of ice, robbing you of your confidence. I learned from Caroline Myss that the heavier you weigh psychically, the longer it takes to manifest your desires or heal.

Weight = Wait

Let me explain a little further by using an analogy. Think of the physical world as ice, the energetic world as water, and the symbolic world as mist. Which weighs the most? Ice does, of course. When you recognize that psychic weight is an illusion, that it’s not real, you begin to let go and liberate yourself from it. You see, these negative thoughts are based on past experiences and projections about the future. As a result, you are not living in the present moment. When you learn to let go and live in the present, you begin to melt the ice, and you get lighter.

How do you let go?

Letting go of psychic weight begins with the awareness that you carry it around. Once you’ve done this, you must consciously choose to release the thoughts and emotions that no longer serve you. This is where the power of choice will either empower you (if you decide to release the thoughts) or disempower you (if you choose to keep them in your head). One way that helps is to practice mindfulness. Being mindful means focusing on whatever is in front of you, and using your fives sense is a great beginning practice.

Another powerful method is practicing self-compassion. By treating ourselves with kindness and understanding, we can forgive past mistakes and let go of the disappointment we have in ourselves. Self-compassion allows us to acknowledge our imperfections while embracing our inherent worthiness, leading to increased self-confidence.

Do You Want to Live From the Heart?

The most challenging journey of life is when we shift our focus from our heads to our hearts. We melt the ice to make water, and since water weighs less than ice, we begin to allow ourselves to be guided by intuition, empathy, and authenticity. We begin to tap into the profound wisdom within us and begin to go within.

Something magical also happens; living from the heart is where our actions align with our values and passions. We pursue what truly fulfills us rather than feeling trapped by external expectations. When we live from the heart, we exude confidence because we follow our inner compass rather than seek validation from others. We notice that we no longer weigh as much, and as a result, we don’t have to wait as long for things to materialize in our lives. How cool is that?

Are You Ready to Step into Your Confidence?

Are you ready to stop living in your head and start living from your heart so you can reclaim your confident self and have peace of mind?

If you are, schedule your complimentary Roadmap to Your Own Personal Success and Confidence call with me today. I’ll design your personal path that shows you how to let go and start living in your heart for greater confidence.

Until then, be well and be conscious,




Debbie Gill - author and coach

Debbie gill

The heart and soul behind Go Within Spiritual Coaching.