Day 4… Clutter Means Stuck, Stuck, Stuck

Sue Rasmussen is my guest blogging this week for the 7-Day Un-clutter Countdown.


Four days from now (February 10th), Sue and I will be hosting a powerful, transformative call helping you become aware of the RESISTANCE clutter is creating in your goals and manifestations.


Call Date: Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Call Time: 9 AM PST, 10 AM MST, 11 AM CST, 12 PM (noon) EST

F*R*E*E* Registration here!


Over these seven days, leading up to our call, we are right here on my blog giving you daily un-clutter tips to help you reclaim energy, power, and clarity.

WARNING: Some of these tips might seem trivial, even superficial, but don’t be fooled.  Deep beneath these simple, and very doable exercises lies the potential for incredible transformation.  Just because it doesn’t seem deep, doesn’t mean that it is.  Trust me.

Here is today’s un-cluttering tip from Sue Rasmussen

It’s easy to think that clutter isn’t that big of a deal.

It’s just stuff, right?


Your clutter is NOT about your stuff.

The stuff is just an external representation of what’s going on inside of you.

When you have things in your environment (whether it’s junk in your garage or activities on your calendar or any other level of clutter) that are no longer doing you any good, something is stuck.

As Karen Kingston so eloquently points out in her book “Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui,” the word clutter is derived from the word coagulate.

Let’s dig a bit further, shall we?  🙂

Here are a couple of dictionary definitions of ‘coagulate:’

  • to change from a fluid into a thickened mass
  • curdle; congeal
  • clot, set
  • solidify, thicken

Lovely, isn’t it?

None of that sounds like being in the flow or opening to abundance or allowing for creativity to me.

Clutter is about being stuck. Being stuck in the past. Stuck with old ideas. Outdated things. Stuff that no longer fits.

Things that serve your life NOW have a delight to them, a flow, an easy quality. A lightness.

Imagine everything in your life, in every area, having that light, airy, abundant feel.

And how much easier it would be to do the things that truly ARE important to you.

And what a difference it would make in your work, in your business, in your relationships, in your entire life.

Makes you kinda feel like you could fly, doesn’t it?


2 Responses to “Day 4… Clutter Means Stuck, Stuck, Stuck”

  1. forum Says:

    It’s easy to think that clutter isn’t that big of a deal.

  2. internetcall Says:

    very nice site thanks alot .. bookmarkd!

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