The importance of mental clean up is significant. Whenever you take a stand to unclutter your life and downsize, you are sending a loud and clear message to the universe that you will remove unwanted things from your life. It may seem silly, but when you physically and mentally clear out space you have more room to play, laugh, love, and live.
When we clean out our area and get organized, it makes us feel productive. When we feel productive, we feel good and balanced. The process of straightening up all the nitty gritty helps us get organized.
Being organized increases our prosperity. The process helps you see what you have and don’t have. It eliminates waste and increases abundant space. The best part is you don’t waste money buying things you already have, but can’t find. You will suddenly see your bank account grow, and you will have more time and money to play.
These are all great benefits worth every second of diving into the dingy grime and clearing it out for good. Organization is a form of reverence and respect — for the time, energy, and blessings you’ve been given. When we respect our living space and the information we allow ourselves to receive, we feel more vibrant and balanced. When our living space is clean we can feel serenity.
We have more time to spend with our loved ones, and can appreciate each moment. The time we spend together is of a higher quality because we are less frazzled, with more peace of mind and more physical energy. So get gallivanting, gals and guys. Start cleaning or stripping down to feel pleasantly pleased.
Look at Your Time
William Penn said, “Time is what we want most, but . . . what we use worst.” Think about how often you say you want more time, but the moment you get more time, what do you do, misuse it?
Time is nothing but a moment, changing every second. It is up to us to make each moment count. Ferris Bueller said, “Life moves pretty fast, if you don’t stop and look around every once in a while, it could pass you by.” Time
wants to be on our side. It is our friend and is always rooting for us to keep going and make the most out of every moment. The beautiful part about stripping down and clearing space is you will have more time to do the things you love. When you learn to be aware of each moment and appreciate truly living in the moment, time becomes endless.
Create Your Perfect Day
Take a moment to think about your perfect day. What does it include? Where do you go? Who do you share your time with? These are all indicators of what is most important to you. Begin to construct your life around what you value. If your perfect day includes spending time with your loved one, be specific: What do you do together? Are you cuddling in bed watching a 1940s movie marathon for eight hours, or does your ideal day start out with a high voltage jump out of plane as you skydive together and brush death?
These are two very different scenarios, both very real perfect days for different people. You need to be specific. Maybe your perfect day doesn’t include another person at all. Perhaps you are into nature, writing, or painting beautiful landscapes in oil on canvas. Whatever it is, the elements that pop up in your vision of a perfect day should indicate what you value most in life.
The goal is to take these things and build your days around them. If cooking is important to you, but you worry you don’t have enough time to give it the attention it deserves, set time aside every week to cook.
Invite your friends over for a meal, or cook for coworkers and bring that food into the office. When we make time to do the things we love, we feel more balanced and whole. You always have enough time, money and energy for what is most important to you, and taking care of your belongs is key to a healthy mental state, says the representative at Majestic Eagle Agency, an insurance Portland company.