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A spiritual cleansing ritual in 10 steps - at home - 2021

Let go. Surrender. Give up control. To breathe.

This may not be the recipe you expected from a professional organizer, right? You probably thought I'd give you a list of materials to buy, healers to contact, and all of my crystals and incense resources. No Creating a spiritual experience while clearing up your clutter comes down to a very simple question: do you rule your belongings or do they rule you?

It's easy to get seduced by possessions and let them run the show. It's much harder to take your time and develop a routine to let go. This simple 10 step spiritual ritual will help you tap into your inner organizer and free up your space as soon as it feels crowded and uncomfortable.

1. Be present.

Sit in your favorite chair. Roll your shoulders back and down gently, imagining any tension that drips down your back and merges with the earth. If you're not there, you are not in the right shape to clean up your clutter. So take a moment to notice your breath. Are you breathing hold your breath? Breathe in and out deeply through your nose. Repeat: Breathe in and out through your nose. Inhale through your nose one last time and now exhale through your mouth and make a loud sigh. Watch your feet on the ground.

Tune in to the present moment. What are you feeling? What do you want? What's getting in the way of your ideal home environment?

2. Identify the areas where you and your home are stuck.

When you find yourself in a place where you are completely present and without distraction, list all the areas in your home and within yourself that you feel blocked or stuck in. You can start the process simply by going to the areas where you want to see changes. Take a moment to see if there are any connections between the areas inside and outside of your home that you want to change. For example, if you want a romantic relationship, does your bedroom need some attention? If you want to improve your health, is your kitchen clean and functional?

3. Set an intention.

Imagine your room with your imagination as you dream it! Write exactly what you want with great attention to detail. Maybe you want a meditation room that is mostly white, with a simple rug, pillows, and candle? Perhaps you would love a dining table where all of your favorite people sit around a beautifully presented meal. Perhaps you and your dog are wrestling in your newly renovated outdoor area. Whatever the room in you may be, feel, hear, see, taste, smell. The more details you can put together, the easier it will be to translate them into reality.

4. Create manageable and realistic goals.

Instead of making grandiose statements like "I'll get rid of everything I have on Saturday", I formulate your intention in "This Saturday I am determined to clean my dresser. I will give it all away." that doesn't suit me anymore or doesn't fit my current lifestyle. "You will gain natural momentum by starting small.

5. Check your demeanor at the door and take action from the heart.

A mindset that focuses on attacking clutter or killing the dragon simply won't produce permanent change. It is impossible to ride an aggressive wave of energy for a long period of time. You will burn out, make irrational decisions, and be exhausted. While fear-based, punitive energy can help kickstart your organizational project, the adrenaline rush will run out as quickly as it emerged. Instead, start your organizational ritual with a clear head and an open heart. Develop positive, rewarding energy channels to generate sustainable life energy.

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6. Get unwanted items out of your home right away.

Once you have put in the effort and made the decision to let go of things that do not serve your highest self, it is important that you remove them from your home immediately. Your connections with them may have been severely severed, but you will not feel any ease until these objects are out of sight. Removing the items also ensures you don't change your mind and dig through the trash can.

Let yourself be pampered as you eliminate what no longer serves you and let yourself be pampered by what you really want and deserve.

7. Add something new.

Adding something to your space may not seem intuitive, but you will likely need a little more decor once your space becomes vacant. Bringing in remnants of Mother Nature like crystals, succulents, or driftwood is a wonderful way to create a home that will hold, care, and support you. Let yourself be pampered as you eliminate what no longer serves you and let yourself be pampered by what you really want and deserve.

8. Burn sage or your favorite incense.

Burning sage or any other type of plant smoke is a cute way to end a ritual. This removes negative energy and purifies the air. Find your own alliance with a plant that can help clear your space for years to come.

9. Conclude the experience with gratitude.

Maintaining an attitude of gratitude enables us to cultivate more of what we authentically desire. While evaluating your possessions and letting go of things can be excruciatingly painful, there may be something in the experience to be thankful for. Acknowledgment can be as simple as saying, "I am grateful for my home." Try not to complicate this part. Simplicity can take the lead.

10. Make a commitment to look after your storage space.

After the hard work is done, make a commitment to keeping your space clear. I advise my clients to come up with a mantra that will help them keep their homes sacred. When your home starts to collect and feel overwhelming, a personal mantra can act as a guide back to the center. Some good examples are: I am determined to keep my home as a sacred temple. I vow to pay daily attention to my home. I keep my home clean and clear. and i take care of my house like i would be a dear friend. Keep the mantra simple and very personal.

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