Imagine that you have managed Step One.
You have decluttered and cleared out
all that is no longer serving you
in your home, your eating habits and your exercise routine.
* Declutter emotions
* Declutter habits
Often we are caught unaware by a negative feeling
that just seems to sidle in and take over.
Our negative feelings often get the better of us,
and consume our minds,
especially when we are in a vulnerable space.
These negative emotions seem to hover,
interfering in our daily lives,
dragging us down into a space of belief that we are not OK,
that we are not worthy; that we are to blame.
We get looped into emotional repetition.
We vortex down into this space of habit,
where our negative feelings and emotions seem to control us.
Catch yourself as you recognise the first feeling or emotion.
“Ahhh I know that feeling.” “Yes, I have felt that before”
Then choose to declutter them
Allow outdated feelings and emotions to just BE.
Don’t try to control them, don’t let them control you.
Just recognise the feeling or emotion.
Choose whether you want to loop with them.
Choose whether you want to just let them into your space for a moment.
Choose whether you want to bypass them, to something more neutral or even positive.
By labeling, we begin to see a pattern; a habitual pattern,
and when we acknowledge a pattern, we can choose whether it is still serving us.
Break those habits and patterns that no longer serve you.