Cleanse: to make (something or someone) clean
Synonyms: purify, purge, sanctify
As with anything in life, when we put light on a specific matter or subject it tends to find it’s way into everything we do. Having had the word ‘Cleanse’ on my mind this month has made me aware of how I let things clutter my space, my work, my body and life. I had absolutely no idea going into February it would have such an effect on me.
BODY: I’ve become more aware of what kind of food I eat, making sure it nourishes me, and have limited the amount of unhealthy foods. I have made sure to keep my mind clear with meditation every day, and I exercise in some way daily.
MY WORK: I have decluttered my schedule, and went through and enhanced my routines and habits for work, and become more effective.
SPACE: I have made sure I’m surrounded by things I love, beautiful things which makes me and my family’s home a brighter and lovelier one.
MY LIFE: started to see a coach to make sure I’m getting to where I want to go faster than I would have on my own. I am also clearing space for more joy and happiness. I try to clean up my mess as soon as I can whenever I fail.
Some people are afraid of what they might find if they try to analyze themselves too much, but you have to crawl into your wounds to discover where your fears are. Once the bleeding starts, the cleansing can begin. – Tori Amos
Tags: Cleanse, Johanna Ginstmark, The bead movement, Tori Amos