CLEAR CLUTTER:
What is clutter and how can getting
rid of clutter improve your life?

When you clear clutter you improve the energy in your home and yourself. As I have stated elsewhere on this site, clutter control is one of quickest and easiest ways to change your life. A healthy home has healthy energy and healthy energy is moving energy.

Clutter cleaning is vital to your emotional and physical well-being. Some common effects of clutter include low energy levels, misfortune, money problems, blocked creativity, ill health, mental confusion and much more.

 

 

Basically, anything that you do not love or do not use is clutter. A good motto to follow when you clear clutter is: use it, love it, or get rid of it!

 

CLUTTER CLEANING BASICS -
WHAT CONSTITUTES CLUTTER?

  • Any object you don’t love or use
  • Half-finished and never started projects
  • Broken things
  • Things that “might come in useful some day”
  • A spare “just in case”
  • Letters and cards from people you can’t remember
  • Collections of recipes that you never cook
  • Old toiletries
  • Piles of magazines and newspapers you won't get around to reading
  • Random and miscellaneous files on your laptop or computer
  • Photographs of things you can’t remember or unhappy memories

 

Take it slow. Getting rid of clutter too fast can cause a "healing" crisis — meaning your negative symptoms like depression, lethargy, or lack of clarity might appear to get worse. This is a result of stirring up too much energy too quickly — kind of like when you stir up a bunch of dust when cleaning your house.

It is also common after decluttering that you will need something after you gave it away. This is your subconscious mind acting out fear and trying to gain validity in that fear. Don’t buy it. Most people believe on a subconscious level that the world is unsafe and that there is not enough to go around. This is false. Go to the law of attraction for more information on how to create your reality.

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“I've been getting rid of
some clutter — anything
that doesn't serve a positive purpose in my life — and making room for things that feel happy to me. Because I get to make my life whatever I want it to be. I get to make the room feel however I want it to feel. I get to make the closet as full or as spacious as I want it.”
- Jan Denise