abandon oneself to

abandon oneself to something

to yield to the comforts or delights of something. The children abandoned themselves to the delights of the warm summer day.
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This is evident in his writings, specifically in the claim that 'Poetry emerges by itself, and it suffices to abandon oneself to a dream state while painting in order to be able to express it.
Most of the drama comes from the willingness to abandon oneself to the power of the movement.
To come out of one's self means to abandon oneself to Christ and entrust to him the solution of all problems.
To abandon oneself to Christ means to experience his dimensions, the first of which is Christ as the reality that explains everything.
Studzinsky says, "One must abandon oneself to God's providence and believe that because God is in charge, everything will be well.