Are you more of a do-it-yourself type?
Practically everyone knows what it’s like to feel anxious, worried, nervous, afraid, uptight, or panicky. What would it be like if you could overcome those?
Things are on your mind because 1) you haven’t clarified exactly what the intended outcome is; 2) you haven’t decided the next physical step; 3) you haven’t put reminders of the outcome and steps into a working/trusted system.
Distorted identity creates an obsession with the future to escape the unsatisfactory present. Your future perception is a continuance of your consciousness now – for good or bad or alternating without a control.
We have both rational and intuitive thoughts. When selecting what to discard, the rational thought can cause problems: “I might use it someday;” “it’d be a waste to just get rid of it.”
Getting organized is not a hopeless, overwhelming chore. No matter what needs done or how daunting, it boils down to a same, simple, predictable process.
One of the common errors people make when attempting to declutter and get organized is that they start with “the stuff.” The key to getting—and staying—organized is to look beyond the stuff and imagine the life you could be living.
Fat and stuff are buffers and barriers we create between us and the world so we feel safe. Stacks and piles are unmade decisions made manifest. If decisions aren’t consciously made, you’ll arrive not at your goals but at a destination dictated by chance, or worse, by others.
Resistance is often expressed as constant “improvements” over the original plans. Don’t fall for that. Anger is not a genuine emotion, it’s a distraction. Anger is a smoke screen that takes us away from facing an uncomfortable truth.
As we think, we change the physical nature of our brain. We can (consciously) wire our toxic patterns of thinking and replace them with healthy thoughts.