Feeling Stuck in Your Life – Declutter Your Mind

Mar 13, 2017

Should you proactively cut ties to something you’ve become attached to? If so, it’s going to create space for something new to come in. This is sometimes referred to as a vacuum … an empty space that is going to be filled. We want to learn how to use this vacuum law intentionally. We are going to want to make sure that we are clear where we’re stuck and how we would like to see things move forward or break through.

In the latest episode of Awareness Addicts, the show’s host, Dr. Gala Gorman, discusses resisting making changes. She demonstrates how to create a vacuum to make room for positive changes.

As Gorman says, “If you are feeling like it’s time to make a change, you may be feeling some fear. One of the big reasons we resist change is fear of the unknown. By proactively cutting ties to something we’ve been attached to, we create space for something new to come in. This is sometimes referred to as a vacuum that the universe is on a mission to fill for you. What if the new isn’t an improvement? It’s a valid fear, but we can meet it head on and redirect it … if we don’t allow it to control us.”

In this episode, listeners will:

-Learn to make change to create space for new in their lives

-Confront the fear of change

-Become aware of ways life gets cluttered and learn what to do about it

As Gorman points out, sources of clutter don’t have to be just stuff. Minds and thoughts can become cluttered with distractions too. Media, magazines, Facebook, and news on television fill up our minds with unnecessary chatter and take up valuable space. Keep in mind that clutter is a pretty broad term. When listeners become aware of the clutter in their lives, they may notice things that have been there all along. Somewhere along the way, that clutter just became a permanent fixture … part of the unnoticeable background. It’s important to recognize that applying awareness will result in noticing things that have been right there all along.

Gorman asks listeners, “What is this a vacuum? It’s a universal law, kind of like gravity. Basically, most people tend to fill their lives until they’re brimming over. There isn’t much room for more to come in. As listeners begin to work with this process of developing awareness, they will see how it works in their own lives. Any feeling of stagnation or being stuck in life can be improved or addressed by creating some space.”

This show was created to provide Sage Advice for taking inspired action. Awareness is the key. With this key, it’s easier to navigate in the human world with all of its detours. As awareness is developed, along with it comes an intimate understanding of self. And, that enhanced sense of awareness introduces some new information into the mix. With that new knowledge or outside the box experience, there is a spark that adds to life.

The show’s host, Dr. Gala Gorman, is a holistic life coach and minister. She is the author of the Spiritual Approach TM Series of books focused on practical spirituality. As an entrepreneur … mediator, publisher and, formerly, accounting firm partner, her experiences helped shape the creation of the show. As a change facilitator, she ignites transformation in businesses, families, students, clients and, especially, within herself.

When asked about why she created the show, Gorman said: “Developing awareness is what’s worked for me. In fact, I’m a bit of an Awareness Addict. And, I’m hoping listeners will become addicted too.”

Gorman has hopes that the show will save listeners from wasting time feeling confused and stuck. As fellow Awareness Addicts, she believes they’ll be alive, alert, awake and aware of life’s possibilities. As listeners practice what she talks about on the show to develop awareness, they’ll build muscles around their awareness skills. The idea is to close the gap so they can switch into awareness much more quickly … applying awareness and understanding before getting into something they regret.

Those interested in learning more about the show can visit: AwarenessAddicts.com/Episodes
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