The Habit Of Letting Go Of What You Do Not Need.

Over a period of 2.5 years, I delivered a fabulous program called "The Way". Every Monday morning I got together on the line with a group of wonderful people who were building a home based business. The program addressed many aspects of working alone from how. Like how to stay focused, how not to be intimidated by rejection, how to release doubt and negative thinking , how to enjoy following up with potential prospects or business builders and so much more.

On one of our calls I shared with the members how they can get into the habit of

Letting Go Of What They Do Not Need.

Why is it even worth it to let go of what you don't need? and what does it have to do with your business?

Well, when working with the subconscious mind, there are obviously aspects that are hidden from us, aspects that we are not conscious about, and once you become aware of what those aspect are, you can clearly see that they have a great deal to do with where you are today in terms of your business, finances and overall success.

So I'd like to share with you a bit of what I shared on this session:

There is stuff, physical things in your space, that you do not need. It might be things that once you used and now you don't, or things that are "souvenirs" of some sort that are just occupying space, things (like papers) that you mean to file or take a look at, but you never get to do so. All of those have energetic vibrations, all of those are affecting you without you being aware of what they are doing to you, how they might hold you back.

When you look at your life and your business from a holistic point of view, you cannot afford to have things in your space that don't support your growth, create momentum, or allow you to thrive.
You may acquire expensive training, hire great coaches, take significant actions, but as long as there is an area that you neglect, that area is the one that can take everything that you build and cause it to stay stagnant and you frustrated.

As we all know things carry emotions for us. Every physical thing that we have in our a space have a story.
Recently, we sold on eBay our cellersizer (rebound machine). We used it for a couple of years and in the last year or so both my husband and I are exercising outside of our home. Since we both work from home we realized that it'll be better for us to not exercise at home. After making that adjustment we didn't really make the adjustment in our physical space and in a way the cellersizer was stuck there. Then every time I passed by it, it bothered me even on a conscious level,  and we decided to let go of it, because we didn't need it anymore.

So let's move to some solutions here. There are a few questions you'd want to ask yourself in order to start and get into the habit of letting go of what you do not need.

Which area in your home causes you
to feel aggravation?

Which feeling do you experience when
you take a look at that area?

What are the physical objects that cause you
to feel that way I feel?

And please, don't overwhelm yourself. I am sure you'll find that there is more than one area, but I recommend you start with the one that aggravates you the most, because by letting go (or more likely de-cluttering) that area, you'll feel so much better, so much. And when you feel better, you have more motivation to do what needs to be done in your business and daily life, you can breathe, you can have space, emotional and physical space.

Let me give you an example:
The area that I feel the most aggravated by is my office.
The feeling that I feel is overwhelm and lack of focus.
The physical objects are the papers, sticky notes and pile of papers that seem to be an integral part of my office.

OK, so you clarified that, now you want to open your planner and schedule a block of time in which you will de-clutter, put in shape, and especially let go of what you don't need.

Please come back to my blog and place a comment, let me know how you feel and what has opened up for you as a result of letting go of what you do not need.

Oh.. and make sure to put on some music that you really like when you are doing that, so you can also enjoy the process.

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Wishing you many blessings and much love and may you experience freedom, health, prosperity, happiness and love, every day you are living on this earth.




Sigal Zoldan 
Your Guide From Pain To Freedom.

Founder of Infinite Realities International –
Holistic Healing

Sigals' services include:
Forensic Healing, Clinical Hypnotherapy, Results Coaching,  Foot & Handwriting Analysis, The Grinberg Method, Past Life Regression, Reiki, NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programing) Neurological Repatterning and Essential Oils. To learn more about Sigal and her work visit

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The Habit Of Letting Go Of What You Do Not Need. — 4 Comments

  1. Hi Sigal! A huge part of my work is helping people find those subconscious things they don’t need to hang on to. I find there are plenty of clues in the physical world to point each of us to the clues of what’s “hidden” from us. Great post! Thanks for helping more people reach their potential.

  2. Thanks Sigal. This is just what the doctor ordered. It’s a real confirmation, a call to action for me. I’ll report what delightful opportunities and good fortune have opened up for me after I complete the major de-cluttering tasks.


    All the best to you!!!

  3. Being a professional organizer, I specialize in helping people to organize their cluttered offices. Here are some simple steps you can take:
    1) Establish homes for everything you use on a regular basis.
    2) Where possible, store supplies at the point of use.
    3) Incorporate a good filing system and an action system which is connected to a calendar.
    4) Sort mail and paper as soon as they enter the office and decide where they belong and what the next step is for each item. (Write on the item or attach a sticky note to remind you what to do.)
    5) Make it a rule to straighten and put everything away before you leave the office each day.

    Hope this helps.

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