Shifting Our Stuff with Guest Blogger Tisha Morris

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


Concluding the incredible gift my guest blogger, Tisha Morris has been providing, lets see what advice she has for us on how to disengage from our ‘stuff”.
Tisha recommends we start  by asking ourselves the following questions.
What am I feeling right now?
What memories does this item bring up?
Who gave it to me?
Why did I originally buy it?
Who does it remind me of?
Do I feel guilty getting rid of this item?  If so, why? 
And Why?Be your own detective… or therapist.  Get to the root of why you are hanging on to an item that you know would be in your best interest to get rid of.  You may be surprised.  What you thought was just an old hairbrush may actually be a reservoir of past emotions that you and your sister shared when she helped you get ready for prom.  Or maybe the green gingham shirt with the price tag on it conjures up guilt for buying things that are on sale and never wearing them.  Until acknowledged, the shirt will hang in your closet serving only to attract the pattern for more guilt. 

Once you have awareness around an item, you will be amazed at how easy it will be to let go of it.  If you have the awareness but still don’t want to get rid of the item, then it may simply be too early.  See how you feel the next round of decluttering.  

To start the process of decluttering, I recommend working in baby steps with attainable goals as I set out in 27 Things to Feng Shui Your Home.   You will build up the confidence that will keep you going through the long haul.  Once you realize that life will go on with fewer items, you will not only want to clear out more stuff, but will start to feel free. 

Feeling free is our natural state of being.  And when you feel this sense of freedom is when you know you are truly home.
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 .

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

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