Does this sound like you?
Your home feels disorganized and like you have too much stuff. Things in various areas of your life feel chaotic. You have sleepless nights and feel like you can’t get your act together. You often worry about the future or dwell on the past. You may have depression or anxiety. You may either feel greedy, like you don’t have enough, or that you over-give and people please. You know you hang on to more belongings than you really need, but you’re not sure what to let go of. You may have an eating disorder (both over and under eating). You spend way too much time in your head analyzing and processing “what to do” rather than just living your life. You are easily distracted and find it difficult to complete projects. When you’re not grounded, you will feel easily thrown off balance and susceptible to manipulation.
If this feels like you, you’re probably not grounded.
Why is it important to get grounded?
Being grounded is associated with basic security. If your security feels threatened, you hang on to way too much stuff. When you are grounded you can be present in your body. You will feel safe, secure, and trusting. Your home will become more organized than ever before! Even though life might not go exactly as planned, you’ll be able to maintain a positive attitude as you navigate obstacles. Your basic needs are taken care of, and you can easily focus on meaningful pursuits. You will feel an authentic sense of abundance. Your relationships will thrive. You will feel connected, present, alive, and balanced. You will be able to find what you need when you need it. You will naturally know when to pause to tidy things up. You will feel at peace, and definitely more organized!
Tips for getting grounded
By Jean Prominski, Certified Professional Organizer
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