Your spacious self stephanie bennett vogt
Your Spacious Self: Clear the Clutter and Discover Who You Are by Stephanie Bennett VogtITS A JUNGLE . . . IN HERE!
Behind our stress, clutter, and confusion is an infinitely spacious place one might call stillness or joy. This is our natural state of being, but we usually dont experience it, because we are caught in a web of material possessions, desires, and fears.
Our clutter often becomes another member of the family that we feed, house, and lug around. In Your Spacious Self, author and professional space clearing expert Stephanie Bennett Vogt shows us that its not our stuff but the holding on to it that creates a force field of stuck-ness that clouds our perceptions and paralyzes our lives.
Clutter is not just the junk spilling out of the closet. It is anything or thought that prevents us from experiencing who we truly are. With daily tips, meditations, and a decluttering checklist, Your Spacious Self will show you how to:
CLEAR THE CLUTTER in your home and in your lifeREVEL IN YOUR OWN SPACIOUSNESS, a place of stillness and joyLET GO OF THE PEOPLE, PLACES, AND THINGS that no longer serve the joyous being that you are
Radical in its message and elegant in its simplicity, Your Spacious Self offers a new model that combines the ancient wisdom of space clearing with the modern practicality of clutter clearing. It teaches us that clearing is not just something we do but is also a powerful way to be--one small step, drawer, or moment at a time.
Your Spacious Self
Thank you! In this New Age self-help volume, first-time author, teacher and space-clearing practitioner Vogt shows how cleaning the living room can help clear the mind. Vogt connects esoteric laws and meditation with the practice of clearing clutter from the house. Emphasizing the process of clearing rather than focusing on the end result, the author guides readers through systematic but supportive procedures with the dual goals of learning about the self and creating an energetic living space. The content is divided into theory and practice, with each short chapter zeroing in on one facet of decluttering, often accompanied by a suggested meditation, assignment or exercise. Near the end of the book, after discussing the various forms of clutter and how it acts as an indicator of other life issues, Vogt moves on to some practical advice about cleaning up.
Cancel anytime. With all our best intentions and rich resources, why is it so hard to slow down, simplify, and care for ourselves? Why are we so afraid to let go? In A Year to Clear , leading space-clearing expert Stephanie Bennett Vogt takes you on a journey of self-discovery, letting go, and transformation. Each of the lessons - organized into 52 week-long themes - offers daily inspiration designed to release stress and stuff in ways that lighten, enlighten, and last. Clutter clearing can radically transform your life. Drawing on her wealth of experience as a feng shui, space clearing and clutter clearing consultant, Karen Kingston explains how clutter is stuck energy with far-reaching physical, mental, emotional and spiritual effects.
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While I waited, bleary eyed and cranky, I proceeded to do what I always do while the coffee brews: I took the clean dishes out of the drainer, one at a time, and put them away. On this particular morning, I experienced something I had never consciously observed before: In the sixty seconds that it took me to stack the last of the pots and pans, I noticed that the cobwebs in my head had cleared, and my mood was better. A lot better. The fog that I was carrying—and my spirits—had lifted. There it was: a spacious infusion resulting from a housekeeping ritual that I've repeated every day for most of my adult life; an experience realized and harnessed by simply being aware. The truth is, I experience a swell of spaciousness every time I put the dishes away or hang the laundry up to dry or fold it. I feel the shift when I gather the empty cups and glasses in my living room or on my desk at the end of the day.
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