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Sunday, 25 January 2015

De-cluttering the Cluttered at Home / Office.

When you clutter your mind with unwanted things, chances are that you will lose out on the valuable stuff. Same way, think about your home. Is it cluttered?

Clutter is mess. It bogs you down with its dark vibles all around. The jam-packed surroundings overload your mind, resulting in fatigue and illness. The accumulation of too much superfluous stuff is known to obstruct one's peace of mind, creating unease on one's sense of personal space. For bright and positive quality of being energetic, it is better to get rid of clutter and clear up your spaces. Here are some useful tips to be clutter-free:-

  • Whenever you go through wardrobes, closets and trunks, always ask yourself, 'Do I really need this?' Is it useful? Should it be there? If the answer is a certain 'no', then set them aside for discarding. Check your garage, office, kitchen, living room or bedroom to minimise / dispose unwanted things.

  • If the items are in good shape, you can opt for donating them to the needy and deprived. Stuff like clothes, utensils, bags, toys and the like could be beneficial to a lot of people like an orphanage in neighbourhood or an old-age home.

  • As you clear up the muddle, there are chances that you will discover hidden treasures, which were buried in the untidiness. Segregate the treasures from the trash. Things that you feel drawn to and know what to do with, can be kept. Things that you are not so sure of, can be placed in a different pile. Perhaps, there is a creative use to them, you just need to figure it out. The rest need to be properly disposed off.

  • Unwanted things occupy your space, draining energy and depleting your enthusiasm. Expired stuff is meant to be trashed in to the dustbin.

  • Sometimes, as you pile up objects for clearance, it is natural, deeply held feelings of fear and insecurity may crop up. Do not worry too much about it. This is a psychosomatic process of letting go, as you de-attach from objects, loosening up your underlying beliefs on hoarded materials. By releasing these items from your life, you are in fact freeing up your internal and external environment.

  • The ripple effect phenomenon enables you to create more space for the things that really matter to you - things you enjoy, love and cherish. Clearing your old stuff opens up an energetic field for new things to enter in to your life, be it new furniture, food, travel, finance, apparels or opportunities for advancement.

  • Re-organise your living space, with the most important and useful items around you. Avoid the temptation to create more clutter and have a well-planned, re-arrangement of furniture, kitchen appliances, utensils and books. Proper spacing re-energizes you emotionally. It keeps your vicinity well-ventilated and properly lit.

  • The sooner you let go, the better you feel. You will be overwhelmed by the unsullied clamness and lucidity in the air as the spaces clear.

  • De-clutter to open up a new lease of rejuvenated living!