In feng shui terms, clutter is both a symptom and a cause of stuck energy. here are some deep-cleaning strategies from de-clutter experts that promise to brush away some cobwebs from your mind too
Strategies to de-clutter Shed the indifference: The first and foremost step in undertaking a de-cluttering project is to lose your tolerance for clutter and inspire yourself to be truly rid of it. Clutter saps your energy and erodes your spirit. Clutter makes it difficult to get things done, to enjoy peace, or spend time the way you really want to. It adds to your stress, slows you down and drains your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual strength. Clutter is disempowering. In Feng Shui terms, clutter is both a symptom and a cause of stuck energy. The ripple effect: Don’t get bogged down by the magnitude of the task at hand or try and do everything all at once. Start by clearing out the spaces closest to you (e.g., the bedside table, the desk, one kitchen cabinet). As you begin to do that, you will notice a lightening up and a growing ability to take on other spaces gradually. The Potato Chip Principle: Just set a goal of clearing one item of clutter each day. Actually clutter follows the potato chip principle of “no one can stop at one “. Once you begin you’ll end up by clearing two, three, four or more items. The GO-GO Mantra: Once you’ve got your clutter under control, a good strategy for keeping it that way is to adopt the GO-GO mantra—Get One Give One Away. Whenever you acquire a new possession, decide to retire an old one. In this way you pre-empt stagnating energies and keep the good things flowing through your life.
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