Something that happens as I go through the process of decluttering 27 things for 27 days, has been a system of small steps, deciding what I want to keep, and what I am okay with letting go, leading me to more clarity in what I really want in my life.
Some of the questions that come up are:
Where do I want to live?
Am I okay walking my life path without a partner by my side?
What is blocking me from what I want?
Are all of my close relationships working for me?
What kind of work do I want to be doing?
How long do I want to work before I retire?
Is there anything in my life at this moment that does not spark joy?
If there is, then what am I willing to do about it?
What areas of my life are needing the most focus at this time?
What’s the best action that I can take at this time that will have the most impact?
There is a time to pause, and a time to harvest.
27 days of decluttering has brought many changes.
Now, you are at an impasse, a lull, a departure from the old.
A time of stillness has arrived, even though you can see that there is still much more needing your attention.
Wonderful things are occurring in the ethers and will surface soon.
Finish up the details of some of the things you have started. A new path will be laid before you and you will be able to start again.
Do not be dismayed for the things, relationships that are shedding away, for you need the space to grow into what you are becoming.
Release with Love.
Give yourself credit for taking this journey.
All will be well and you will see new doors begin to open for you.