The pile of papers in your office, the long-unworn clothes clogging your closet, the tiny frozen quiches that have been in your freezer since the Carter administration…they’re all cluttering your outer life, but they’re also hogging a portion of your inner life.
Back in 1994, psychologist Thomas Moore wrote that your living space is a three-dimensional self-portrait. Its less-than-pristine places mirror tangles in your mind and energy, and you can’t clean up one without cleaning up the other.
In this teleclass, Martha will help listeners bring order and openness to their minds and homes. Once you learn the techniques for de-cluttering your mental landscape, the clutter in your home tends to evaporate—for good.