10 Common Mistakes that Dry Up Your Abundance Energy Flow
Your External World Is Always A Reflection Of What’s Inside
Our minds can become very cluttered themselves, having thoughts and memories that almost haunt us. If our environment mirrors this chaos, our senses would pick up on the outer chaos, which will only magnify our inner chaos.
Have you ever find yourselves unhappy and not sure why? Our first instinct would
be pointing fingers at everything but the surroundings we have placed ourselves in.
So let’s make your home a
safe haven – a calming space that is clean, neat and uplifting. Because when our minds are overwhelmed by what life throws our way, we have desperate needs for a calming space to escape from.
10 Items That Do Not Belong To The Wealth Corner
The Wealth Corner loves bright light, clean space, and regular small movements and positive energy. And the opposite of these is dirt, darkness, aggressive energy and poor money mindset and symbols. Now check your wealth corner and see if you have any of these items?
- Trash cans and rubbish bins (especially an open one)
- Aggressive, sad or lonely images or objects
- Clutter, dark and damp corners, an unattended area that is collecting dust and growing black mould….
- Drains, toilets, or washing machines
- Unpaid bills
- Broken items
- Large and heavy pieces of furniture or equipment
- Laundry basket with dirty clothes or shoe cabinets that are not clean
- Paper shredder or violent objects
- Magazines or brochures that promotes excessive consumerism, use of credit cards or borrowing money to buy things you don’t even need
Ask yourself – Do you really want these to affect your abundance energy flow?
Day 2 Challenge: Declutter!
Let’s conduct a serious decluttering exercise together!
Classify your stuff (clothes, accessories, cooking appliances etc) into these 3 major categories:
- Frequently Used
(Usage = Min. Once/ Week)
- Occasionally Used (Usage = Min. Once/ Month or expensive items for special occasions)
- “Museum” Items (seldom in use, they
Now the next steps are clear –
- One: Make your frequently used items a priority and organise them
in an efficient waythat fits well with your daily routines
- Two: Organise and pack your occasionally used items neatly inside wardrobes, cupboards or other storage space with proper labelling.
- Three: Move your “museum items” away from your core living space. It could mean sending them to your garage, underground storage space, or give them away.
Let’s admit it, ifyou have never used an item for over a year, chances are you never will.
When in doubt, use the guiding question of