Ella Naamah. drawer. November 14th , 2017.
Your mind is racing with thoughts even as you sleep. You know, the got to dos, forgot to dos, want to dos, shouldve done, wouldve done, wish you had done- that clutter of self-talk that can rob you of a peaceful nights sleep. By the time you awake in the morning, your mind is already thinking of things. What am I going to wear today? What am I going to do with my hair? What am I going to fix for dinner? All of your thoughts, ideas, chores and worries are whirling around in your head. Its no wonder that youre tired even before your feet hit the floor! Then, youre up and running-starting a new day with fresh junk to take up space in that mental junk drawer. Some of what you put in may be healthy, like those light-bulb ideas or the resolution of a puzzle. But often, what we store are those random thoughts of past worries, fears, negativity and disappointments.
Whatever is bouncing around in your head and your heart, if its not leading you to become a better you, its time to clean out that mental junk drawer! I invite you to let go of all that stuff for a moment. Close your eyes and envision the person you want to be-that person you are meant to be. See that future version of yourself that may seem impossible now or it might be a more easily attainable short term goal. You have to see where youre going in order to get there. Every journey has a destination. It would senseless to leave your home, get in your car and start driving without a destination. Once you have cleared out all the negative thoughts from your mind, you can start to imagine your future in all of its glory. Do you ever feel like you were created to be more than what you are? If you look at the stuff in your junk drawer, is it serving the vision of where youre going or is it keeping you stuck where you are? Start cleaning out all those beliefs and thoughts that keep you from being all you can be.
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