In my last blog, I mentioned how to identify your clutter and some reasons why you may avoid letting it go. Now I’d like to go a little deeper into some tips that I have personally used for years to bust through the clutter and keep the vibes of my space fresh and bright!
What do you do with all the stuff you don’t want to acknowledge? Well, you throw it into a closet, drawer or some storage compartment of course! I’m joking, but that’s exactly what many of us do. All of our belongings are a reflection of our thoughts, feeling, and beliefs. And symbolic of parts of us that we dislike, are ashamed of and all the repressed feelings in our subconscious.
I’ve noticed in all the clutter clearing books and courses I’ve seen. They all like to tell you to get rid of clutter and their tips on doing so, but I’ve personally never seen anyone address the reasons you have the clutter in the first place.
Me telling you that you have too much stuff is pointing out the obvious. Wouldn’t you like to know how to more easily let go of the clutter? Instead of just being told how to separate it into boxes and organizing tips. Because the thing is, if you don’t address the reasons why you haven’t been...
So what’s in your pot? What’s in your energy field daily? What kinds of thoughts, feelings, conversations are you involved in on a regular basis?
Whatever those are, get out a sheet of paper and quickly write down as many things as you can. You want to do this quickly so that you don’t overthink it and start diluting the information.
Now, look at the things you’ve written down. That’s what’s in your mix or your pot most often. Do you like what you see? Or are you surprised, disappointed? Or perhaps you already had a good idea of what you’d write down? Either way, it's a great idea to assess your starting point before choosing to redirect what you’re creating daily.
I think pots of gold, rainbows, and leprechauns are cute. But, they all come with an energy that they are untouchable, unattainable and if we look at our dreams and goals in that way, well we are probably never going to achieve...
One of the biggest addictions in this world is talking about problems. We search high and low to find answers to those problems. We read spiritual books, try hypnosis and a whole slew of other things hoping for a change.
Yet so often underneath it all, we are fiercely fighting for our limitations. How many of you have had a friend or family member call you and ask for your help only to reject everything you say? Continue to claim they want help, but all they want is to defend their current life situation that they hate. It can be awkward to speak up and tell someone when they are going full steam ahead on the bitch train. But you have to let them know that you won’t be participating in conversations that consist of focusing on problems, rather than, new possibilities to change. Yes, they may get angry, blame or accuse you of not being there for them. But, you have to choose what you will focus on and...