Isn't it about time you organised all your 'stuff'?
Declutter your space. I mean, just imagine for a moment what life would be like if everything was in its place, everything had a home and you could find everything you needed the moment you needed it because it was exactly where it should be? Practical bliss.
Everyone has a 'dumping drawer', could be in the kitchen, in the dining room dresser, or the bed-side table; what on earth is in there? It is the place for the things we don't know where to put - the roll of Christams tape which missed the box of decorations when at the end of the season the decs were put away, the marble which rolled out when you hoovered under the sofa, the free pen they gave you at the bank... and the list goes on. Things, hanging around not having the opportunity to be useful.
William Morris said "Have nothing in your homes that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful", what sound advice and handy mantra for those of my clients I prescribe a space declutter.
I advise clients to go to the 'hotspots' in their homes armed with rubbish bags and cardboard boxes. I advise writing on the boxes where items will be going 'online for sale', 'charity shop', 'recycling', 'long term storage' for items which hold sentimental value, and for everything else, find a permanent home for it. Things, become practical supports in life or items which we enjoy having in our spaces in our eyeline because they bring us happpiness when we appreciate their beauty. Help yourself to live a clutter free life, it feels good when you are not tripping yourself up on your stuff everwhere, and life becomes a smooth clear path.
Declutter your aura. I mean, just imagine for a moment what life would feel like if everything was in its place, every thought and feeling had their home and you could access your intellectual or emotional energies instantly when you needed them because they were resonating exactly as they should be. Actual bliss.
Everyone has a 'dumping drawer', could be a heavy heart, a space where forgiveness should be, mental anguish swishing around; what on earth is in there? It is the place for things we don't know where to put. Forgotten hurts, unresolved arguements, unspoken or undelivered messages, resentment, regrets...and the list goes on.
Lao Tzu said "When I let go of what I am, I become what I want to be" what sound advice and a practical mantra I advise my clients to focus on as part of a prescription to achieve harmonious balance.
I advise clients go to your 'hotspots' in your aura, where there may be negative energies, arm yourself through meditation, Reiki treatments, physical Wellbeing enhancement behaviours such as diet, exercise and enough rest. I advise seeking a conclusion to each issue with the appropriate solution, learn from it. Forgive yourself! If you hold sentimental energies which are hard to let go of such as regret, I advise giving it away to the Universal Energy. Regret is like a large, dark coat on a hot summers day, why would you wear it? You don't need it - it is heavy and claustrophobic, it is your responsibility to enjoy the gift of this day, come to terms with what keeps you down, and let it go, permanently.
Thoughts, memories and feelings, can become either practical supports, such as lessons in life or energies which we enjoy having in our aura because they bring us happpiness when we appreciate their beauty. Help yourself or seek help to harbour a clutter free aura, it feels good when you are not tripping yourself up on your energy everwhere, and life becomes a smooth clear journey.
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