Clutter Clearing is a huge issue when it comes to draining or boosting your energy levels. It requires a time investment, but I promise it pays great dividends on the energy it frees up (even if you’re not particularly conscious of the clutter). When I was a feng shui consultant I sometimes helped clients with this and we were often amazed at the results they had when they finally tackled their clutter.
Exercise Your Clutter Clearing Muscle
Clutter can be incredibly debilitating and there are many tips I could give on clearing it. However, the most important tip I believe is in the way you view clutter and carry out clutter clearing. Make clearing clutter a habit and treat it like a muscle that benefits from regular exercise and gets stronger as a result. Removing clutter in the house is the equivalent of cleaning your teeth, washing or exfoliating. Doing so allows better circulation and flow. So start small and build up. Another tip is to find yourself a Clutter Clearing Buddy so that you are accountable to someone and feel supported and encouraged.
If you’re a clutterholic you may want to explore your relationship with clutter and address the underlying issues, such as fears, limiting beliefs, past traumatic events and trapped negative emotions.
My free eBook Clear Stress & Fear with EFT will help you to work on these issues or you can invest in a 1:2:1 session.
For those wanting a course specifically designed to target clutter try Clearing Clutter with EFT by Emotional Freedom Techniques Master Carol Look and Rick Wilkes. Even if you decide not to invest in this excellent course check out the web page as it has a comprehensive list of factors involved in the accumulation and release of clutter. For those of you who have experienced clutter related stress, but just haven’t be able to clear it, then getting Clearing Clutter with EFT is an excellent decision and will make a real difference in how you feel about it all and your ability to clear clutter. It’s also makes a great present for anyone you know who’s struggling with clutter.