There seems to be so much stress and worries and errands and just so much noise that we must all endure and overcome these days. There’s so much information and entertainment and social media and news, and all that begs for a bit of space inside our minds.
And thus we sometimes cannot find the calm that we so desperately need…
So, how do you declutter your mind?
How do you get rid of excess information or take a moment to find peace and tranquility in this ocean of chaose we call day-to-day livin?
The mind is complex and confusing, the essence of who we are as humans. It is often covered in old hurts and traumas, and layered in so many levels of consciousness it feels impossible to sort through it all.
Most of the times, even to our own selves, we don’t make much sense.
So how do we begin decluttering? It’s actually not difficult, if you give it a little thought: simplifying is, by definition, easy.
You can declutter your mind with simple actions, little things that can make a big difference, especially when used in combination.