I spoke about how when you clutter bust, you are putting yourself first. You’re saying, “I’m what’s sacred in my life, everything in my life must prove its value to me, or it has to go.”
Every time you ask, “Do I like this, or can I let it go?” you are using yourself as the source. You are considering your feelings and yourself above everything else. It’s a powerful practice to learn to put yourself first.
I also talked about how it’s no one’s fault for having clutter. We are convinced through years of the repetition of the message, “You are not enough, you need _______ to be okay.” It’s done through advertising and social conditioning. It’s no wonder we collect so many things, and don’t let them go!
I said, “Tonight, we are calling that message’s validity into question. Perhaps we are okay without the need of adding anything to our lives. What if it were true that you are enough as you are? Maybe it would be easier to release the grip you have on the things that are not serving you.”