There’s a lot of talk about minimalism these days: about the idea of seeing how few possessions you can have, how little you can live with.
The idea of course is that we don’t really need a lot, and sometimes having a closet filled with clothing, or a house or apartment filled with stuff is much more energetically confusing, than having just a few well-loved things.
The trick is to curate your collection.
And it’s not just about minimalism: having less because that’s a path that’s popular right now. Instead, it’s about not allowing anything that you wear, or use, or own, to be something that doesn’t reflect who you are.
It’s easy to hold on to a jacket that you had a few years ago, because it’s still “good” or because you paid a lot for it. But when you look at this jacket as a curated piece of a very small collection of clothes that you wear; clothing that is a statement and an expression of who you are right now… you can see easily, if this jacket reflects your Now self, or not.
Curating your collection is also a way of showing the Universe who you are now, and who you are becoming; who you desire to become.
When you let go of clothing, décor, items that no longer reflect who you are, the Universe has a much easier time bringing your new reality to you.
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