Minimalism has become quite the buzzword lately; it’s everywhere from books to podcasts to Netflix shows. I’ve been thinking a lot about minimalism lately. And I got curious as to how this concept applies to the space in our minds, as well as the physical spaces in our homes, offices, and cars.
On this episode of The Transforming Anxiety Podcast, we’re going to explore the clutter in our minds and walk through 3 powerful concepts to help clear up your mental and emotional space.
And, of course I made something for you. To grab your guide for practicing a minimalist mindset, click here and you’ll get a link to download it right away. These are practices: meaning, it’s a process. Challenge yourself to give them a try for the next 7 days. See what comes up. Don’t bother with perfection or worry about missteps. The important part is committing to clearing out the clutter of your mind. And this guide will help you do just that.
Some books that I really enjoyed and learned from while I was researching minimalism (these are not affiliate links, just FYI):
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo - this is a modern-day classic on minimalism
Goodbye, Things by Fumio Sasaki - short and sweet, with really practical tips and strategies
Soulful Simplicity by Courtney Carver - her MS diagnosis radically changed her life and she offers great content on minimalism, fashion, and business
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Here are the podcast links so you can listen in to this week’s show. See you there!
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To find out more about Jesse Blake, who is responsible for the wonderful music on the podcast, click here. He’s got loads of great stuff and all of you yogis, meditators, and yoga teachers will find his stuff especially wonderful for your practices and classes.