Big or small, we are constantly growing with change.
Growth defined by Google;
the process of developing or maturing physically, mentally, or spiritually.
“Keeping a journal can be a vital step in our personal growth”
(I would like to add that growth is also emotionally developing or maturing).
When you have the same thought, but can react differently than before, that’s growth. What used to cause all those mind gremlins to appear, you can now look at those thoughts and realize that they aren’t real.
When you have the same situation arise, but can emotionally react differently, that’s growth. Something or someone that used to bother you a day ago, last week, months ago, etc. doesn’t give you the same emotional reaction today.
When you start to detach from your physical items and realize that they are only physical representations of the memories and emotions of that person/ event/ situation, that’s growth. You no longer look for validation from your ‘stuff’ rather, you realize you are whole just as you are and your stuff is just a representation.
Life is about growing into the beings that we are here to become.
Decluttering everything else that isn’t aligned to that, is growth. And we are constantly growing.
This is number five of six episodes to the acronym C.H.A.N.G.E. (the foundation for this podcast and the business name).
If you have any questions, please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
[2:14] How can I step back and see the situation for what it really is?
[7:59] Something CAN be done about it.
[11:11] Where can I clear the stuff that’s not serving me?
Heather Clark, Declutter Expert
Helping you navigate the change by decluttering your home, your business, and your life.