Sometimes I wonder if it would be good for me to get rid of more clutter in my life. I don’t have much, but what I do have is just stuff not doing anything. For instance, I have old paper work from when I was diagnosed with stage 4 prostate cancer that metastacised to the bones. I have pills that I have not used in a long time. In some cases – 2 years. I don’t even take pills anymore. (How good is that!) What the heck am I hanging on to unused pills for !?
Most of my clutter is paperwork and books. Of course, I have a quite a few tools, because I do fix a lot of things. Still, there are some tools that I have not used in years. I suppose I do have some I-have-not-worn–these-clothes-in-a- long-time hanging around too. Say good-bye to those!
I also wonder if clearing clutter also frees up the body to be even free’er when it comes to reclaiming health. Here is an excert from a process I borrowed from Esther “Abraham” Hicks about clutter clearing. It is process number 14, and is in the book “Ask and It is Given”. I am also including 2 youtube’s of Jerry Hicks reading the entire process.
Here is the excerpt:
A cluttered environment can lead to disorganized and negative feelings, which impede your ability to manifest what you want in your life.
1. Get some cardboard boxes.
2. Go around your house and look at item while asking yourself “is this item important to my immediate experience?” If yes, leave it alone. If no, put it in a box.
3. As you put the item in the box, record what you have put in which box. Don’t worry about sorting things in the boxes, just make sure that you write down what item is in which box for future reference.
4. Gather the boxes and put them in a garage or storage area.
As you go through your life, after a couple of weeks, you may realize that there are things in the boxes that you haven’t used and aren’t planning on using ever again. Then you can give the items away or sell them.
And here are the two audio videos:
I like the idea that clearing clutter helps a person to feel better. I know that when I clean out a closet or a drawer, or when I finish a project that I have been putting off for too long, that I do indeed feel lighter and brighter. Good Day! Vernon “Vito” Johnston