I’m about to hit the road for a weekend retreat at Yogaville.
My zen catapulted last night as I was getting ready to go out for a birthday party, but instead ended up staying in and cleaning out my closet.
As I called my roommates in to go shopping, I noticed my mind re-think giving away the items favored. It was quite silly, but it reminded me of 2-year-olds playing with toys. Why do we innately feel such a connection to our things?
Don’t worry roomies, I won’t be an Indian giver.
I discovered half of my clothes were either old, not fitting, or kept out of guilt. Excess makes it difficult to see the good. The hardest part is starting the cleanse, but the liberating feeling will keep you going. Simplify to uncover beauty.
Less is forever more.
I’m off to get my damn spirituality on.
How do you cleanse your life?