Getting rid of inner clutter to deal with outer chaos

Paper chaps

True confession—this is what my outer chaos looks like most days.

Ever since I started this blog a year ago, I’ve been drowning in books, papers, and sticky notes. I find myself researching a wide array of sources and don’t want to lose track of  important thoughts. My aim is to pull ideas together in new ways. That seems to mean I have to amass a of ideas before I can recombine and distill them. It’s a messy process, but that’s how I work.

Recently I became aware that the volume of idea clutter had become overwhelming. It was no longer helpful. It was causing me stress.

Relieving the stress of overwhelm

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Lynne McTaggart (#2 in a series: I Couldn’t Have Said It Better)

Understanding energy is important for anyone wanting to remain or become well. We are made of energy and immersed in it. Energy affects us even though we don’t see it.

Lynne McTaggart is a master at talking about energy in relatable ways. The hallmark of her work is thorough research and clear expression about science-based discoveries in the worlds of health and spirituality. She has written four books including one called The Field, and she edits a monthly health journal, “What Doctors Don’t Tell You.”

Below is a full-length recording of her presentation to a leadership conference for business people and entrepreneurs. I like this presentation because: Continue reading