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Inventory Time

Spring is a really good time to take inventory of your current situation.  Not the past, not what you're going to have tomorrow, but what's in your closets today.  Those closets could be literal or figurative.  What do you have?  Think about it.

Love?  Anger?  Joy?  Peace? Financial Security?  Family?  Time off?  Fun?  Stress?  Pain?  Relief?  Faith?  Abunance?  Resentment?  Success?

This list could go on and on, but these are some of the first words that popped up for me.  Which words or emotions do you want to keep there?  Which ones do you hate to see on the list?  And then ask yourself, why are they there?  Everything we have on our shelves/closets/mind are serving some purpose.  For example, some people who like to live in total chaos use that as an excuse to prevent them from really dealing with some other issues in their lives.  So chaos is serving a purpose.  But it may not be in their best interest.

So today, take some time to think about this exercise.  Make a list of what you  have at this very moment on your shelves.  Then circle the ones you want to keep, or the things you know are in your best interest.  Then have an honest dialog with yourself about why the "negative" things are still there.  Why are they there?  It could simply be because it's familiar to you and you've always had them.  Do they need to stay? What does it look like to reduce or eliminate them?  What are you going to put in their place? 

I'm not asking you to make enormous changes in one day.  But once you have identified the "clutter" or "expired product" you can make room for what makes you feel vibrant and alive.  Then you can proceed with finding a way to make this happen.  Remember to ask your higher power or your guides or loved ones in heaven to help this process unfold. 


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