Shifting Our Stuff with Guest Blogger Tisha Morris


Barbara Joye - The Shift Guru
Barbara Joye – The Shift Guru

 

Continuing with my guest blogger, Tisha Morris as she provides great insights in decluttering the spaces we live in.  She begins this blog with a challenging question:
So how do we detach from our stuff? 

To make any permanent change, there has to be a shift in our perspective.  The way we view or think about something must change before there is a shift in our 3D physical world.  Clearing clutter is similar to losing weight – there has to be an internal shift before the weight stays off permanently.  But, also like clutter, you have to use some will power on the physical level as well – starting with eating less sugar or buying more things that you don’t really need.  In other words, the change has to take place internally and externally, mentally and physically.
 
In 27 Things to Feng Shui Your Home, I’ve provided practical ways to clear clutter and improve the energy in your home on the physical level.  What about shifting on the mental and emotional levels? 

Knowledge is power.  Knowing what and why we are attached to our stuff or certain items will oftentimes break the emotional attachment with our stuff.  For some of us, having a lot of stuff is simply a distraction from our everyday life.  A cluttered space results in a cluttered mind, which is exactly what some of us want, at least subconsciously.  In the same way alcohol makes things fuzzy, having a lot of things in your space will do the same.  And on some level, that is the desired outcome.  If this resonates with you, then bring awareness to it.  (If you are highly resistant to this idea, then you might want to take a second look.)
 
For many of us, it is certain items that are difficult to part with.  It may be books and magazines for some or old pictures, clothes, gifts, collections, etc. for others.  Either way, if you don’t love the item(s) or don’t use it, then it is time to part with it.  If you are still having resistance, then it’s time to acknowledge an emotional attachment to the item…. 

About the Author: Tisha Morris is a certified life coach, feng shui consultant, energy healer, and author of 27 Things to Feng Shui Your Home.   She practiced law for ten years and holds a Fine Arts degree in Interior Design.  Tisha’s transformational journey from attorney to healer has given her invaluable experience in which to help others make desired changes.  Tisha’s gift is blending traditional feng shui techniques and interior design aesthetics with healing energy to transform spaces as well as all those who occupy the space.  Tisha is based in Nashville, TN, and can be reached through her website/blog at www.mindbodyom.com .

The Shift Guru is focused on assisting individuals in shifting their beliefs about themselves and live so they may enjoy the life they came into this incarnation to enjoy. visit us at http://www.theshiftguru.comto learn more. To listen to the most recent ‘Shift Your Belief” podcast, featuring interviews and observations which just may assist you in shifting your life, go to www.energyofthespirit.com

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