Monday, April 26, 2021

Clean Up!


Letting go is fun, safe and easy.

Love is letting go of fear.

I choose to clean up my life now.

My mind automatically erases everything that is not wholly true and loving.

Time to Clean Up!

Feeling tired and lethargic?

Feeling overwhelmed and anxious?

Feeling angry and resentful?

Feel sad and depressed?

Every limiting emotional pattern can be improved easily and quickly.

We have burdened ourselves with too much stuff.

We have buried ourselves in negative memories and stories.

Start by cleaning up your life!

Clean up your thoughts and feelings.

Clean up your words and activities.

Clean up your home and your car.

Clean up your interactions and relationships.

Some say: “There is too much to clean up.”

Others say: “it is too late to start letting go.”

You may be thinking “where do I start?”

Do you know where to begin?

Celebrate every letting go.  

Empty your garbage every day.

Stop talking about how bad it is.

Start creating how good it can be.

You see, it is the garbage dump in our lives that stinks up our lives.

It is what you keep around for no good purpose that weighs us down.

It is how we commiserate, gossip and complain that gives us pain.

It is the temptation to sit rather than get up and do something good that depresses us.

Consider beginning with where you are.

Clean up the space around you.

Start with the room you spend the most time in.

Let go of everything in that space that does not bring you joy.

It is ok to have less.

It is good to have minimal.

It is healthy to live simply.

It is inspiring to have space.

When you do something good every day, you have room to play.

When you let go of toxic thoughts and words, you have room to peace and joy.

When you give away all you don’t need and use, you find appreciation for what you do have.

When you release the stuff that brings you grief, you can celebrate with new creations.

Give yourself time to heal.

Give yourself room to grow.

Give yourself space to create.

Give yourself moments to love you.

Loving us all in letting go.

Betty Lue