Declutter Help

Declutter Help

This article will give you some powerful declutter help and assistance because it will dramatically increase your motivation to declutter your place. One of the aspects of clutter you need to keep in mind is: its great adherence to the laws of nature. Especially to the greatest law: the law of attraction. Perhaps you’ve never thought of the law of attraction in this way. But it seems to work real well with clutter. A little clutter attracts a little more clutter… which attracts just a little more… well, you get the idea. (Now, if we can only get money to work this way!)

It’s like the “broken window theory” which you probably never heard of (unless you are a police officer). The police know about this theory. If a window in a building is broken and is left unrepaired, all the rest of the windows will soon be broken. This is as true in nice neighborhoods as in rundown ones. One unrepaired broken window is a signal that no one cares, and so breaking more windows costs nothing.

The prevention they say is once you get a broken window repair it immediately. So the goal is to keep your home free from clutter in the first place. Because once you let one or two items in your house, it’s as though they send out invitations to their friends and family. “Come on over this place is great.” And once those clutter invitations go out — you’re doomed!

And it gets worse it can even affect your finances and health. According to Feng Shui specialists, if your house doesn’t have a clear uncluttered path to allow the movement of good energy to flow through it, you’ll struggle spiritually and financially. The purpose of feng shui is to arrange your home to attract the good energy — and all the rewards that go with it — and to sweep out all negative energy.

There was a point in my life where I was actually working 12 hours or more for 7 days a week for some time and the clutter began to accumulate to the point where it took on a life of its own. It was scary like a big clutter monster. During this time my neighbor lady used to come over and help out with business. Noticing the obvious accumulation she even offered to help me with it but I didn’t need the declutter help at that time.

Once I got some free time I put in 2 hours a day on it with no declutter help (except a powerful decluttering tool I knew about) and when I finished I called the lady and had her come over. She walked in and said “wow how nice that clutter had its own energy to it, it actually had its own negative energy and now the place has a whole new feel to it.” It was interesting that she was able to perceive the negative energy that feng shui speaks of (thus verifying the validity of it). This “accumulation of negative energy with clutter” is the real deal so don’t discount it.

Clutter helps to keep the negative energy lingering around and it also stalls the movement of the good energy. So, clutter will deprive you of the ultimate benefits of feng shui (good health, spirituality, finances, etc.) Decluttering your house will make you more productive at work. One area of life always affects the other areas of your life. In fact you don’t even have to finish decluttering all you need to do is start on the project of decluttering and you will see other areas of your life improve. Your family life will improve, if no spouse you will meet a significant other or you will get a raise, land a big client, etc. You will see good things happen just by starting the process.

There is a connection between how cluttered your house is and your job and other areas of of your life. If you have cluttered living conditions try decluttering and watch things improve (there’s no downside, well it will absorb some of your time but decluttering your environment is time well spent). And when you see conditions improve let that be the kick in the pants to continue decluttering until the job is finished and your place is beautiful. Seeing for yourself the increase in your income and other improved conditions will be all the declutter help you need to maintain decluttered surroundings.

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