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Getting Stuck and Can’t Manifest? Decluttering Can Help!

With all that is going on in the world, it’s easy to get anxious, discouraged, and frustrated. 

The good thing is there is no shortage of ways so you can shift your mindset, find stability, get unstuck, and manifest your dream life. 

One of the most effective tools to achieve all four? 

Decluttering.

If you are like most people, it is likely that you think of your physical space when you think of decluttering.

Rightly so as the benefits of clearing clutter from your space has been widely documented.

Decluttering has also been known to positively impact your emotional well-being, mental health, and your perception of the world.

Law of Attraction and Decluttering

You’re probably asking, what is the link then between decluttering and the manifesting?

Here’s something not many people know: when your physical space is cluttered, you can feel overwhelmed mentally.

The opposite is also true: when your mind is emotionally or mentally cluttered, the clutter can manifest in your physical space.

If your physical space is cluttered, that is where your focus goes.

You get to focus on the disorganisation, the overwhelmed feeling, and the frustration of seeing things in disarray.

How Decluttering Can Help You Get Unstuck (and Manifest)

If you are dealing with mental clutter, the first thing you should look into is your physical space.

Since your physical space can affect your mental state, decluttering can undoubtedly make a world of difference.

One of the immediate benefits of decluttering is the feeling of a load being lifted off your shoulders.

You will feel like you now have a room to breathe and your mind can relax for a change.

More than anything however, decluttering your physical environment can help invite intentionality into your life.

If you want to declutter, the following steps can help:

Figure out your biggest clutter pain.

Regardless if you are still working from home or if normal life has commenced for you, it is recommended that you start decluttering in the area that causes you the most mental overwhelm.

This is called your biggest clutter point.

If you have several clutter points, start with the one that will have the biggest impact on your life once it has been decluttered.

For most people, their garage and their rooms are their pain points.

However, since you stay in your room the longest, it would make sense to declutter your room first since it will give the most immediate positive impact.

Get a piece of paper and answer the following questions:

  • What is your biggest clutter point at the moment?
  • What is an area that you have been ignoring?
  • What part of your house feels like something you need to “deal” with?
  • What is one thing that is causing you a lot of stress?
  • How is stress linked to your physical space?

Create your vision.

To declutter accordingly, you first need to have a clear vision of what you want your space to look like. 

Sit down for at least 10 minutes and get clear and excited about what the end result would be like.

The first step to creating a clear vision is by connecting with the feelings you will have after you have decluttered.

This step is important as it can motivate you to follow through with the decluttering because you have an emotional connection to the end result.

One of your goals should be to get yourself excited about the idea of enjoying a decluttered space.

Redefine productivity.

For many people, time is the biggest blockage to their decluttering efforts.

If you are like most people, it is likely that you get to spend a lot of time indoors.

That said, it is also possible for you to feel like you need to go all out and be overly productive.

Be kind and gentle to yourself by removing that pressure and redefining productivity.

Consider it best to have a smaller to do list where you can complete tasks intentionally.

Approach decluttering simply.

Show up consistently and release yourself from the pressure of tackling everything all at once. 

Also, take advantage of your time at home to reconnect with yourself, slow down, and declutter and design your space in such a way that will bring peace to your mental and emotional health.

Over to You

Decluttering can be an incredibly powerful tool that will not only help you with your mental and emotional health but can also help warrant your frequency is high so you can align yourself with the vibration that will bring your desires to life. 

A decluttered space can also cause a ripple in all areas of your life. When you want to manifest and put your mind at ease, you can use a decluttered space to ground yourself and find peace.

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