As I am working on downsizing my house, I have stumbled on clutter. It’s not very surprising. What is, is the difficulty to move some of it or to make decisions on some piles. I have used EFT for that when I have felt very stuck.
To learn more on this topic, I am joined a free webinar hosted by Carol Look, an EFT master.
I bet you’ve tried to clean it up before… and I bet that didn’t last long!
It’s so frustrating when you put such effort into cleaning up and then 2 weeks later the same piles reappear.
Do you know why those piles just come back?
Because it’s not about your stuff!
Clutter is just a symptom of an emotional conflict. And until we resolve the inner emotional conflicts, the clutter will stick around.
Whether your emotional conflicts are about grief, loss, fear, love, or security, they need to be validated and healed. Then, and only then, will you make significant progress in your clutter challenges.
We know how frustrating the clutter cycle can be. You make promises, clean it up, pile it up again, feel discouraged. You make promises, clean it up, pile it up again, feel discouraged and ashamed. Rinse and repeat.
So we teamed up to offer a free webinar for you called Healing the 3 Key Emotional Reasons You’re STILL Holding onto Your Clutter and you can…
Register for free here (If you’re new to Crowdcast, you’ll sign up for a free account with your email and simple password. All your information is kept confidential.)
Remember, we are all living proof of this cycle – until these emotional reasons for holding onto clutter are healed and cleared, the clutter will stick around.
Join us, Monday December 11th at 3:00 pm eastern time. (The webinar will be recorded and played back at the same place if you simply cannot attend live.)
Tap along with Rick Wilkes and Carol Look and release the REAL reasons you still hold onto your clutter.
See you there!
Carol Look, EFT Master, Author, Speaker,
Coach, and Creator of The Yes Code™
*** For more information on my coaching programs and opportunities, visit http://www.CarolLook.com