After just reading a small chapter, I wanted to get up and start clearing the clutter immediately. Kingston breaks it all down into simple steps. She outlines how toxic clutter is to your life with simple steps that anyone can accomplish, even in a few minutes.
Kingston says to take “The Clutter Test” when you are trying to decide whether to keep or toss an item.
1. Does it lift my energy when I think about it or look at it?
2. Do I absolutely love it?
3. Is it genuinely helpful?
These simple steps will help get you started with any aspect or area in your home needing attention. Clearing clutter frees your mind thus allowing you to feel confident to move forward and address other areas of blockage. I firmly believe creating a clean living and work space promotes harmony and healthy outcomes in your life, not only physically but spiritually.
The second part of the work discusses Feng Shui. Feng Shui is a Chinese art focusing on creating harmony and balance in your surroundings. Due to the impressive draw people are inclined to live out and apply these principles to their lives. Even some architectural spaces are created by using the art of Feng Shui.
This little book will bring clarity and creativity to you with simple suggestions and basic understanding of the Feng Sui philosophy, thus avoiding the need to read a manual on how to Feng Shui your space.
You may not subscribe to the whole ideology of Feng Shui, but the message of this book is crucial with helping you feel the freedom of being clutter free.