What is Clutter and How Does it Interact with Anxiety?

  Do you remember that I have been talking about clutter? Actually, I had been talking about clutter and anxiety. Here I am going to discuss the second form of clutter. Clutter is often seen with people who suffer from anxiety. Why so? Probably one cause is procrastination, also often seen in anxiety sufferers. Clutter and procrastination are often combined with anxiety. This second form of clutter is already a true suffering. It means that the person cannot get rid of old stuff. They think that the stuff might come handy “later on”. In people who suffer of this form of clutter, “later on” can mean any time between now and 25 years or more ahead. So, if clutter is piling up, it will take up all available room in their homes. Obviously, life doesn’t get any easier with all that stuff around. Not only does it take physical room, but there are also unwanted vibes around, energy that should have been released long ago. Do you get the picture? It is best practice to eliminate old stuff every week. I mean old newspapers, magazines and the like. If you think that you are going to read them “later”, it will always be “later” and it will never happen. One has to be rigorous. If you are piling up your papers (also other papers, that are not necessarily newspapers) you will soon get into a mess. Paper creates dust. Then you get dust everywhere. Ultimately, you will get dust in your thoughts and anxiety might set in or get worse. Why? Because then you feel guilty. Guilty for not...
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