Spring is in the air and with that, so is spring cleaning! I LOVE spring for a variety of reasons – rejuvenation of life, flowers blooming, warmer weather, and sunnier skies. I also enjoy spring cleaning as it’s a time to get rid of things that no longer serve me and open up space for the newness of the season. I give some things away that can be of service to others, while other items are simply discarded. I open the windows to freshen the winter air, put on some good tunes, and start cleaning my space.
How about using spring cleaning as a time to not only clean your physical space, but also to clear your mental space? Do a spring clearing of negative thoughts and beliefs that no longer serve you. Open up your heart and let some fresh and uplifting thoughts in. Share thoughts of hope, LOVE, and possibilities with others. Say goodbye to limiting beliefs and discard the doom and gloom thoughts. When you start clearing out those old thoughts and allowing refreshed, positive thoughts in, simply watch yourself bloom and come alive to living your life fulfilled.
Moving forward, I invite you to clean out your consciousness by:
Affirming your truth of goodness, beauty, love, and joy
Seeing the good in you, others, and in life
Asking you what would love say or do and act accordingly
Mostly, my wish for you is to clear out any cobwebs of negative self-talk and old beliefs and open yourself up for the possibility of life being the amazing journey it is.
Until next week, open the window to your soul and let the sun shine in.
I continue to flourish and grow in all aspects of my life.
Words to LOVE by:
“Nature is springs way of saying, “Let’s Party.” ~ Robin Williams
“Sitting quietly, doing nothing, spring comes, and the grass grows by itself.” ~ Zen Proverb
“If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant,, if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome.” ~ Anne Bradstreet
“The splendor of the rose and the whiteness of the lily do not rob the little violet of it’s scent nor the daisy of its simple charm. If every tiny flower wanted to be a rose, spring would lose its loveliness.” ~ Therese of Lisieux