Today I am clearing out the junk in my mind.

I get rid of things I no longer need in order to avoid clutter in my home and in my mind. I enjoy cleanliness and organization at home and at work in most importantly in my mind.

I am free from the weight of stuff. I am opening up to mindfulness.

There are people for whom my trash is their treasure. Therefore, I give away undamaged old clothes to people in need. I do this as a metaphor for emptying out the noise in my own head. When I look into my closet, I see only clothes that fit me and make me look good. I can easily find what I want without having to wrestle my way through items I know I don’t wear.

Rather than holding on to every little item that has sentimental value, I take photos of those items and keep an album instead. When I look at the photos, the memories come back as fresh as the days I received the items. 

While it may feel as though the item itself cannot be disposed of because it represents something, the memories live in my mind and heart forever. Giving something up in no way means it has lost its value. It simply means it no longer has a place in my space.

Cleaning out my space frees me from the bondage of clutter and the negative thinking that keep me from being happy and experiencing joy. The clearer my space, the clearer I can think.  

Today, I choose to embark on a de-cluttering journey around my home as a metaphor for working on decluttering the old negative thoughts in my own mind. One room at a time, I sort out what I need from what is simply taking up space. By getting rid of things I no longer need, I keep my space fresh, organized and open for new positive thinking.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What drives me to hold on to things I no longer use?
  2. Why is it better to get rid of unneeded things rather than hold on to them?
  3. What can I get rid of today that I have no use for?

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