It can be so confusing and overwhelming my clients tell me.
All these thoughts circle around their head such as:
- What should I keep?
- What do I get rid of?
- What things are of monetary value?
- What if I need it someday?
- What do I do with the stuff I inherited?
- And on it goes…
Your “things” that you have collected over the years, can have an alluring appeal about them. They make you think things other than what they really appear to be. Sometimes your things are just things and hold no value in the real world – however your “idea” of what your things are may tell you otherwise.
There is no doubt about it – your “treasures” tell a story and you want to be sure that you are making the right decision when it comes to keeping or letting go. This is understandable.
However, it has been my experience that all of this “thinking” ahead of time can create a lot of anxiety and worry – which sometimes can end up paralyzing you.
So the answer here is to get some of the facts on:
- What to do
- How to do it
- When to do it
Everyone’s treasures are different and unique – but the process of “letting go” generally falls around this theme:
- I am ready to move on with my life
- I am ready to release the things that used to hold me back
Which simply means, you no longer wish to live in the past amongst the things that you were clinging on to.
You realize you can still hold onto the memories of what the things represent and make room for new memories to come.
And most importantly – you will let go without fear or worry and feel good about your decisions –
Now that is what constitutes …
“One Man’s Treasure From One Man’s Stuff”
So ask yourself now –
- Are you ready to take action?
- Are you ready to dig deep and let go?