let it go


Let it go.

Money, let it go.

Competition, let it go.

Arrogant retorts and remarks, let it go.

Annoying emails, let it go.

Fleeting passion and romance, let it go.

Insults, let it go.

Untidiness on the dining table, let it go.

Pride, let it go.

Networking events – and missing them, let it go…..


None of the above will kill me.

Focus on my interests.

Do what makes me smile and giggle.

Take a bubble bath.

React and feel my emotions, but do not let emotions imprison me.

Enjoy life. Enjoy simply being alive.



Let it all go.


Be me.

3 Responses

  1. delilah says:

    there is a meditation where you sit and observe your mind, saying Yes to everything. just name what comes up and say Yes to it. breathe into it and breathe it out.
    oh shes thinner than me…jealousy…Yes to that, yes to that. breathe out.
    im so excited about tomorrow! positivity, foreshadowing tomorrow, Yes to that, breathe out.
    i hate myself. sadness, shame, anger…Yes, sadness, breathe out.

    after you have said Yes to everything you can feel the peaceful space below it, where everything feels natural and right and you are eternally safe. it feels like coming home 🙂
    just thought i would share! i have loved doing this meditation.

    • nochnoch says:

      Hi Delilah, that’s a great meditative chant. breathe in and breathe out. i’m learning how to control my breathing too, and feel the peace. i find it a lot through calligraphy, just letting the ink spread out on the paper, breahhe in breathe out 🙂
      thanks for sharing so much of your thoughts on my blog. I really appreciate it!
      Noch Noch

about Noch Noch

Enoch Li, (pen name: Noch Noch) was born and raised in Hong Kong and Australia. She has also studied / worked / lived in the US, France, UK, Japan, The Netherlands, China, and has travelled to more than 40 countries. She loves travelling and her curiosity in foreign cultures and languages has led her to enjoy her life as an international executive in the banking & finance industry. However, she was forced to take time off work in 2010 due to her illnesses and after spending time in recovery, cooking, practising Chinese calligraphy, reading and writing – in short, learning to take care of herself and letting out the residual work stress, she has transitioned into a Social Entrepreneur and founded BEARAPY to help corporates make workplaces mentally healthy, and support executives to become more resilient.