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Your Spacious Self: Clear the Clutter and Discover Who You Are By Stephanie Bennett Vogt,

  • Title: Your Spacious Self: Clear the Clutter and Discover Who You Are
  • Author: Stephanie Bennett Vogt
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • IT S A JUNGLE IN HERE Behind our stress, clutter, and confusion is an infinitely spacious place one might call stillness or joy This is our natural state of being, but we usually don t experience it, because we are caught in a web of material possessions, desires, and fears.Our clutter often becomes another member of the family that we feed, house, and lug around IIT S A JUNGLE IN HERE Behind our stress, clutter, and confusion is an infinitely spacious place one might call stillness or joy This is our natural state of being, but we usually don t experience it, because we are caught in a web of material possessions, desires, and fears.Our clutter often becomes another member of the family that we feed, house, and lug around In Your Spacious Self, author and professional space clearing expert Stephanie Bennett Vogt shows us that it s not our stuff but the holding on to it that creates a force field of stuck ness that clouds our perceptions and paralyzes our lives.Clutter is not just the junk spilling out of the closet It is anything or thought that prevents us from experiencing who we truly are With daily tips, meditations, and a decluttering checklist, Your Spacious Self will show you how to CLEAR THE CLUTTER in your home and in your lifeREVEL IN YOUR OWN SPACIOUSNESS, a place of stillness and joyLET GO OF THE PEOPLE, PLACES, AND THINGS that no longer serve the joyous being that you areRadical in its message and elegant in its simplicity, Your Spacious Self offers a new model that combines the ancient wisdom of space clearing with the modern practicality of clutter clearing It teaches us that clearing is not just something we do but is also a powerful way to be one small step, drawer, or moment at a time.
    Your Spacious Self Clear the Clutter and Discover Who You Are IT S A JUNGLE IN HERE Behind our stress clutter and confusion is an infinitely spacious place one might call stillness or joy This is our natural state of being but we usually don t experience it

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    1. I like self help books and I have to say that I enjoyed this book It was easy and fast to read and the concepts were explained in plain English I like when things are kept simple so I can understand it better and not sit there and go huh I actually had many a ha moments when reading this book and thought it all really did make a lot of sense I have a better understanding of myself and why I tend to hold onto things that I no longer even need or want I see now how clutter can really hold you back [...]

    2. I got this book because I am taking SBV s year long class A Year to Clear I was thinking it would be a supplement to the daily drip lessons I m doing Unfortunately, I jammed thru the book so fast and skipped the lessons well, I feel like I need to re read, at a slower pace I must say, tho I do like her approach and I m trying to add a daily practice of clearing to my life I am so happy for the opportunity of her year long class

    3. This book was not at all what I wanted or needed at this point I was expecting a book on decluttering based on the title and description, and was actually very much looking forward to reading it Instead, it was highly metaphysical, and each tiny chapter was essentially identical to the previous tiny chapter with a few words changed It s probably great if you re looking for a book on meditation as it relates to decluttering, this might fit that bill.I fully recognize the mental emotional aspects [...]

    4. The type of tome to revisit from time to time as a refresher Offers practical strategies for balance and clearing both internal and external clutter Loved the recommendations of self care near the end, to include stimulating your senses, forming a clutter clearance support group, taking yourself out on a date alone once a month, small and steady approach to clutter clearance, and doing something that makes your heart sing daily.

    5. I m doing a daily read journal thing on the subject of clearing the clutter in your mind so wanted to read this along with the daily stuff It s good, but I wish I hadn t gotten the CD because I listen mostly in the car and can t write down the journal prompts at the end of each section.

    6. Clearing clutter is a very popular topic these days The National Association of Professional Organizers NAPO says on their website The professional organizing industry has grown steadily in recent years as Americans and others all over the world attempt to gain better control of their lives In the midst of the wealth of advice on how to get organized comes a new book by Stephanie Bennett Vogt that gets to the root of the problem Your Spacious Self clear the clutter and discover who you are.Vogt [...]

    7. I anticipate coming back to this book over and over for refreshers on action items and food for thought It s not just about how to clear clutter in your home or office, but also about why you have clutter in the first place The book contains good exercises to help move you through the process Tip It can easily be added to your light summer reading I d recommend starting the beginning of summer and tackling one section per week for 6 weeks.

    8. I picked this up thinking it would be a book just about organizing, clearing clutter, etc I thought, Ok, I could always use some help with that But it wound up being so much I love reading up on the principles of Feng Shui and, while this book doesn t mention those words even once, it really is about how getting the energy flowing in your home opens up your life for opportunity via attraction The author is warm and endearing, and often humorous, and she walks you through one step at a time, so [...]

    9. A longer review later, but this is decluttering book that actual got me over the hump and I ve been able to both implement sustainable practices and get decluttering done in the last three weeks than I have in the last three years This isn t binge cleaning reminiscent of diets which all know by now do not work , but a soulful took at clearing space physically, emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually I ve even expanded the decluttering to social professional realms and am anticipating mind [...]

    10. You ve lost your keys, again By the time you manage to find them, you re late for work Then some jerk cuts you off in traffic From here, the day just seems to get worse Does this sound familiar When it comes to clutter, most of would prefer having a clean, organized house We d like nothing than to find everything that we want, when we want it The problem is that with the chaos of our daily life, tidying just isn t a priority.Your Spacious Self makes the process a lot less painful It s amazing w [...]

    11. This is not your usual decluttering book and that is good There are many already done with practical things to do to move and sort stuff But not many address the underlying causes of why our stuff gets so out of whack in the first place Stephanie s book IS such a work, because you need to deal with your stuff that is NOT physical as well as the physical Addressing the stuff between my ears and even hard wired into my DNA through prior programming reached core issues that I am still working on I [...]

    12. Looking for a bit of a kickstart to my de cluttering mojo, I was surprised to find this book also held tips on getting rid of emotional clutter While I couldn t be bothered to do any of the exercises, I did find it a useful tool in reminding me to be in my grateful mindset as much as possible, and I found the meditation phrases to be helpful Overall a good reminder to not get tied up in other peoples droppings highly charged stress patterns lol

    13. I enjoyed the first half than the second half I did get something from it, but it wasn t quite what I was looking for I m going to be moving soon, and needed a little motivation to clear out the clutter This book is about much than physical clutter, though Good advice, I m sure, but meditating really isn t my thing, and most of the recommended exercises were not something I felt like following.

    14. Book is concerned much with self help, basically daily meditation practice, than physically cleaning clearing Frankly, I just wanted some suggestions for getting rid of my stuff and organizing, so I ended up skimming most of it The KonMari book is probably useful if you just need to get started weeding your possessions.

    15. Knyga apie min i ir s mon s tvark I lietuvi ko vir elio atrod , kad daikt.Stilius 7 10 Vietomis kartojasi ini patikimumas 6 10 Joki mokslini ar asmenini pagrindim , bet inios gana akivaizd ios Dizainas 8 10 Para yta ai kiu mokykliniu stiliumi, ta iau is stilius kartojasi ir nusibosta

    16. You know when you watch Hoarders and they say the doctor met with the client and did some counseling before the show You know how sometimes they show the doctor stopping and going through the emotions and stickiness with the clients THIS is what they are saying to them, showing them how to move on with their lives This is how they make room to live a fuller life This is good

    17. I think I would have preferred reading this book over listening to it All the checklists were a little tedious I did like the fact that the author includes all type of clutter not just physical clutter Better than the average book on this subject.

    18. En zo eindig ik mijn opruimreis voor nu, met een grote grijns, los en gelaten Loslaatlastig laten totdat het goed voelt en dat voelt het Veel beter Een boek dat nog lang op mijn nachtkastje zal blijven liggen

    19. Excellent book with a very different approach sort of a Kaizen thing to changing behaviors Definitely a book to come back to.

    20. It s got a bit of a spiritual or woo woo side to it, but I m keeping an open mind I do think that some clearing on other levels could be in order.

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