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Do you have at least one box, bag, or drawer of old miscellaneous things that need to be sorted or discarded? I certainly did. I had been living with a big box like this for years. This box lingered with me as it sat, collecting dust, harboring piles of who-knows-what.  It was that nagging sense I had, realizing my life may not be as together as I would like to believe. I have file cabinets, yes, shelving, yes, coordinated stacks of necessities, yes, neatly placed pieces of papers, yes, but this one old, overstuffed, dust-collecting box somehow eluded me. It had taken on a life on its own. I felt that I might as well befriend it, name it even, since it had lived with me for years. It had even moved with me across two states. However, something inside me realized this codependent relationship must end.

Fueled on a super food smoothie, streaming melodies of Deva Premal, and a huge dose of SUNSHINE, I pulled it from the depths of the closet and reverently cracked it open- like an ancient Egyptian tomb – exposing its poor, forgotten, little soul to the light of day.

I have now breathed fresh life into the contents, which are now in their appropriate places.  (And, yes, a garbage can is an excellent place.) Items have been stored and paperwork has been filed. The box itself received its proper burial, ceremoniously folded and gently place in the recycle bin with a grin and a relieved sigh.  I feel, in doing this, I have now breathed fresh air into my life and myself. I am finally free.

I truly believe people take on the energy of stuff, and stuff influence the energy of people. What stuff are you consciously or unconsciously, intentionally or unintentionally keeping in your life? Are you aware of its influence over you?

If you still have that lingering “thing” that needs tending to, organizing, or tinkering with, I encourage you to tackle it. The time it takes to release it from your life is minimal compared to the subtle constant pressure it has applied on your subconscious over the weeks, months, years.  And… you never know… you may just find a treasure…

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Comments on: "Cleansing for Hidden Treasures" (4)

  1. Once again Shana, you have helped me twice in one day! Keep them coming, you are amazing and so helpful to all of us, Love and Blessings!
    Jana XOXOXO

  2. Your comment about the wonderful feeling from cleaning or removing STUFF reminds me of the late Jim Rohn motivational speaker who stated in his day that when the option came to a tip of a dime or a quarter, give a quarter. You can feel happy you are a ‘quarter person’ all day. I am in the process of clearing stuff. Your Blog is so delightful and happy that I am strengthened to let go of coveted stuff. Thank you for being such an inspiring person and gifted writer.

    • I love being of inspiration to you, especially when it comes to clearing space and riding your environment of things that clutter the mind and spirit. I’m sending blessings for a clear space of light, love and creative bliss. ♥ Love you

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