"I regretted throwing them all away!!!", sounds familiar?

"I regretted throwing them all away!!!", sounds familiar?
I heard a story about a person who decluttered her space and REGRETTED it, BIG TIME.
 
"I threw them all away not knowing I would still need them again!"
 
Maybe some of you don't even want to begin precisely because of that.
 
All I can say is, decluttering is better done with a very clear intention.
 
Not just blown away on a one-time big-time spree; but something done mindfully, not for the sake of feeling temporarily happy.
 
The thing is, creating space in your home means making careful decisions. That's why I am here as a coach, to help you get clarity over the overwhelming thoughts and possessions.
 
Creating space in your home also means letting go and releasing beliefs that keep your home crowded.
 
Creating space in your home also means letting go of attachments to the past or future that are physically present in your home.
 
I am here as a coach to help you become more aware of what these are, so you know how to move forward.
 
Ultimately, creating space in your home is also being able to create space for yourself. Amongst all the stuff, you are able to realize what is truly important for you.
 
With this clarity, you get to exercise your power to always choose in alignment with what is important: in terms of mental space, heart space, time, and home.
 
When you continue decluttering with intention, chances are, you won't find any reason for regret.
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