Do You Feel Heavy?

Do you feel “heavy”? No, am not talking about how much you weigh.

I am talking about how you feel emotionally.

We can feel emotionally heavy for many reasons, but did you know that being surrounded by clutter and unwanted “stuff” stops light energy and abundance flowing into your life.

In this disposable society we live in filled with gadgets, gizmos and god knows what else we tend to accumulate so many things we never use.

Clutter obstructs energy flow or ‘chi’ and represents stuck or stagnant energy in your life. Clutter is made up of items that are not related to how you live your life today.

Depression can cause clutter in your house, because of a lack of motivation to tidy up, and living with clutter or hoarding can also cause depression.

This cycle can reach a point where it causes you to feel overwhelmed, hopeless, heavy and in extreme cases paralysed.

Let Kerri Rodley Professional Organiser and De-clutter Expert from Domestic Downsizing, show you how to de-clutter with hot tips and ideas to bring light energy and abundance into your life. 

 Don’t miss this segment with Kerri Rodley on the Happy Mind Tele-seminar at 10 am Tuesday 20th March

Kerry’s passion and enthusiasm on this topic is infectious. It will be a fun call.

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5 Responses to Do You Feel Heavy?

  1. I can not stand a cluttered house for the very reason that it puts my energy on edge. It doesn’t have to be spotless but i do need to be able to get where I want to go without it being a mind field and to know where I can find things. I do not function well when I am in a cluttered space, so often do clear outs and tidy ups.

    • tracey says:

      Hi Natalie, me too. I find my thought process is very erratic when I am surrounded by “crap” .

      “If a cluttered desk is the sign of a cluttered mind, what is the significance of a clean desk” Laurence J Peter

      Best Wishes Tracey

  2. Paul Barrs says:

    I’m the same; really don’t like the clutter. But as with all things, that which we neglect appears smaller over time, even though it’s actually bigger!

    My simple solution – deal with with sh** now!


    • tracey says:

      Hi Paul, I couldn’t agree more. And if you have got to a stage where it is “big” then spend a “small” amount of time each day making it “smaller” It feels so good to have a clear space.

      regards Tracey

  3. Annie Clark says:

    yes I’m constantly de-cluttering, and loving it. xx

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