Do You Have Too Much Junk in Your Home?
In this very instant, right where you are, you have everything you need to create the life of your dreams.
In fact… You Have Too Much.
We live in the most abundant times in human history. We’re so blessed, we’re stressed.
- We have so many clothes, we often experience Apparelization: the stress felt undecided, frozen in our closets, paralyzed by our apparel.
- Most Americans cannot fit their car in their garage.
- Storage is a billion dollar business.
- Our children have more toys and gadgets than their room was designed to hold. We get angry with them when it becomes a mess. But wait, who bought them all the junk?
- We have so much food, that for the first time in human history it’s more difficult to keep excess fat off than it is to keep from starving.
- We have “junk” drawers, closets and attics.
- The endless barrage of information/entertainment streaming into our eyes hypnotizes us.
All this excess serves as one big distraction that takes our time, money and energy away from our hearts’ true desires. I call this stuff Chotchky: anything that does not support your life’s highest purpose.
In the blink of an eye we have done the miraculous. We have altered our environment to meet our needs. Millions of years of hunting and gathering have come to an end. But it’s in our DNA. We are still motivated by fear of “not enough.” And, ironically, that fear is now killing us. The next faze in the evolution of our species will be to alter our consciousness to match our new environment so that we no longer feel our purpose is to acquire more or die. Then peace of mind, joy, fulfillment and bliss will become the norm.
Take all of the wasted time, money and energy you once spent on “Chotchky” and re-divert it into your passions, your dreams, your love relationships, your very soul, and watch as your life transforms right before your eyes.…Continue reading on InspireMeToday.com.
Barry is a speaker, founder of Coexist Celebration, and the author of The Chotchky Challenge.
Photo credit: Indi Samarajiva
Barry Dennis shares how our excess stuff can distract us from our true purpose in life.