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What if Your Clutter Is Why You Feel So Stuck? (MZ)

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CLUTTER - How long have you been thinking about cleaning up the clutter in your home, your office, your car, your garage, your closets, your attic or your yard?

In Feng Shui terms, too much stuff quickly turns a home “yin” and that makes energy turn negative. Once that happens, the circumstances of your life start changing, too. You could say that clutter becomes the stuff that dams your life and stops the opportunities that flow to you. When energy stops flowing, there is a negative impact on our bodies, spirits, and energetic life flow in the form of money, opportunities, love, and enjoyment.

Clutter manifests as excess weight, constipation, inability to think, feeling stuck in life, low vitality, and poor personal growth and movement.

Can you recall the last time you created order in some area of your life? Maybe it was throwing out old clothes or shoes. Maybe it was one of those catch-all drawers in your bathroom or kitchen.

Do you remember how you felt afterwards? Was it a feeling of lightness, self-satisfaction… peace? Maybe it was a feeling of freedom or openness or optimism?

This episode will explore the effects of clutter on several of my guests and how de-cluttering their environments helped them to think more clearly, feel more free and happy. We’ll also discuss ways to remove the clutter that will make your de-cluttering project manageable and maybe even fun. 

I’m Meshell Zwicker, Business/Life Coach & Firestarter at www.LiveUpToYourPotentialNow.com. To get affordable help from me, check out my “Get IT Done in 30 Days Challenge”, a monthly group coaching & accountability program. Only $100 for first-timers. I’m airing through BlogTalkRadio.com and ThriveTalkRadio.com.

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