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V. The Destructive Power of the Papers We Keep

V. The Destructive Power of the Papers We Keep

Today, I am burning things. It is not particularly cold out, but I am burning things anyway. Marie Kondo style, I am “ninjaing” through the paperwork in my house that neither brings me joy nor is needed any longer, a process I began to outline in Letting Go of What No...
III. The Body as Practice

III. The Body as Practice

Recently, in Letting Go of What No Longer Serves Us, I shared about trying things a little differently as a way to spark growth and change. After ripping every article of clothing I have out of the closets and drawers, piling them into a mountain on the floor, and...
II. Letting Go of What No Longer Serves Us

II. Letting Go of What No Longer Serves Us

It wasn’t all that long after suddenly realizing I wasn’t doing the things I wanted to do in life all that often, making a list of those things, putting fairly diligent awareness on them for a few days, as explained in The Mind’s Destructive Games, and putting them in...
I. The Mind’s Destructive Games

I. The Mind’s Destructive Games

I’d been on the table for half an hour before I started to cry. And even then, it wasn’t a sob or sound of any sort, neither something I welcomed nor attempted to suppress. It was just tears, streaming down the sides of my face. And I just let them. Why not feel sad?...