When you detach, you grow
When you learn to detach from external circumstances and things, you get closer to who you are at your inner divine core.
Speaking from your heart versus your head, allows you to see what relationships/things truly aren’t meant for you and you can start to detach from them over time. This isn’t going to be an overnight success, but it’s worth it.
Each time you detach from something that isn’t meant for your future divine self, you grow into someone more aligned and free.
Your Higher Self.
Areas you can detach from
There are so many areas that you, as a human being, attach your worth and self-identity to that once you learn to detach from, change your life forever.
Areas include (but are for sure not limited to):
- personal belongings
- social status
- number analytics
- the idea of perfection
- having to struggle in life
- the idea of what money means
- detaching from your ego
According to Wikipedia, detachment is defined as;
“Detachment also expressed as non-attachment is a state in which a person overcomes their attachment to desire for things, people or concepts of the world and thus attains a heightened perspective.”
Your heightened perspective allows you to move through life using your heart more, and your head less often.
The ultimate goal, I believe, is to detach from all in order to be your full and whole self. To detach so far from everything else, that you become so close to who YOU REALLY ARE!
What are things you’ve had to detach from? Which relationships?
What are some things you still need to detach from?
If you have any questions please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
[1:41] I was going through a time in my life that I struggled a lot with.
[5:20] Detaching from the idea of being perfect.
[12:05] The item is just an item.
[16:11] That makes you worthy. Beginning. Middle. End.
[19:52] Make it public, not perfect.
Heather Clark, Declutter Expert
Helping you navigate the change by decluttering your home, your business, and your life.