Needless to say much on the Konmari Method, as it speaks for itself. Marie Kondo has propelled the world of unorganised individuals into a frenzy of order obsessive conscious individuals whose lives have been transformed dramatically. I believe Marie Kondo is an undeclared healer and brings to light ancient Taoist wisdom through her work. Additionally, she is responsible for inspiring thousands to gain mastery of their living spaces through the art of tidying and organizing. To live from a place of love, inspiration and appreciation for all that brings us joy is a beautiful way to live. Here’s an excellent cheat sheet from Makespace on practical decluttering The KonMari Way in only 6 simple steps.
Q) Unlike before, I am faced with a highly disorganized life after my move and starting work. Please advice.
A) The first place to target when faced with disorganization is one’s closet. Sort the closet, sort life. The closet is a mirror of our life today. Declutter, organize and keep it neat. Do not aim for perfection or obsess about intricate details lest you get off track . Focus on keeping “items and belongings in order”. This in turn will magically sort out your life and keep it reasonably in order. Last point, remember to give away an item(s) whenever a new item enters the closet. Prosperity thrives when money is in motion. Hoarding comes from insecurity which stems from attachment and an expression of belief in scarcity. Hoarding is stagnant energy which blocks off new energy to enter our life.
Wishing you prosperity & abundance,
Q) Every time I enter my parent’s home, it’s as if I am overwhelmed in thoughts, lack clarity and feel very tense. There house is heavily cluttered and almost every corner is occupied and I simply cannot do anything but be occupied in thinking about the objects in front of me. Please shed some light on what I can do..
A)A great way to help aging parents apart from the normal is to help them declutter their belongings. This is something I find myself inevitably getting into each summer. As parents age they may overlook belongings and keep unnecessary items in their home. In our attempt to be of effective help, clearing space is a great way to help aging parents. Letting things go, emptying space helps in detachment to useless things in our life and proven to be very therapeutic. Not only does this lighten their burden but removes tons of mental blocks, which in turn is a healer in itself . For the past few days I have been busy purging a lot of stuff from my parents home. Loads of paper work, books and unused items were donated, thrown/given away.
Interestingly enough, the same day we posted this message on our Qudra Support Group, a seeker related the following,
“Qudra, my mom saw you in her dream yesterday. She said you were taking away all the old clothes from our home. She said she felt good in the dream that all old stuff is going away. She saw you in the dream for the first time and was very excited. I was amazed to see today’s topic as it’s related.