Eliminate Mental Clutter By Learning to Quieten Your Mind
We often consider clutter as things in our physical environment, such as a messy room or desk.
While physical clutter will cause you to be inefficient and not operate at your best, mental clutter is even more destructive.
If not addressed in a timely manner, mental clutter can become a permanent resident in your mind.
This issue focuses on defining what mental clutter is, the importance of eliminating it, and practical steps you can take to quieten your mind, which will help you gain more clarity and operate more efficiently.
Included in this issue:
- How to Quieten Your Mind (Video)
- Clear Mental Clutter Using This Simple, Yet Powerful Technique (Video)
- 15 Ways to Declutter Your Mind (Article)
- 5 Clear Ways to Remove Mental Clutter (Article)
- What is Mental Clutter? (And How to Clear it) (Article)
- 12 Surprising Ways Clutter is Ruining Your Life (Infographic)
- 3 Types of Mental Clutter and How to Eliminate Them (Article)
Continue reading to find out.
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How to Quieten Your Mind
Awareness of what's going on in your mind is the starting point before making lasting changes.
In this video, Eckhart Tolle shares insights on how to quieten your mind, including practicing improving your listening skills.
- Credit: Eckhart Tolle
Clear Mental Clutter Using This Simple, Yet Powerful Technique
Everyone can clear mental fog or a cluttered mind. Sometimes, knowing specific techniques can help.
In this video from MindValley, Jeffrey Allen shares a powerful technique anyone can use straight away to eliminate mental clutter.
- Credit: Jeffrey Allen | YouTube
15 Ways to Declutter Your Mind
Mental clutter is just as unproductive as physical clutter. When you have a cluttered mind, you will waste time and energy.
In this post, learn steps you can take to declutter your mind so you can eliminate confusion and become more productive.
- Credit: Melissa Eisler via Chopra.com
5 Clear Ways to Remove Mental Clutter
Removing mental clutter is necessary to operate at your best consistently.
In this post, learn how you can have better mental health by not allowing clutter to cloud your mind.
- Credit: Jacklyn Janeksela via Success.com
What is Mental Clutter? (And How to Clear it)
To eliminate mental clutter, it's helpful to know what it is and why people experience it.
In this post, learn the science around mental clutter, and steps you can take to clear noise affecting your thoughts, feelings, and your life.
- Credit: Simple Not Stressful
12 Surprising Ways Clutter is Ruining Your Life
Do you know the costs of mental clutter? If you don't, chances are you won't consider removing it a priority.
In this infographic, find out why mental clutter is bad for your health and productivity, and why eliminating it should be a regular focus.
- Credit: Makespace.com
3 Types of Mental Clutter and How to Eliminate Them
Mental clutter takes up valuable space in your mind and can distract you from doing what's best for you.
In this post, learn three different types of mental clutter, and steps you can take to declutter your mind to progress faster in life.
- Credit: Elicia McIntyre via The Stone Foundation
Declutter Your Mind to Receive New Insights
If you nourish your mind well, it will work better for you. It starts with what you feed it.
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The Importance of Practicing Stillness and How to Do it
Learning to practice stillness will lead to better mental hygiene and overall wellness. The main thing is to do nothing when practicing stillness.
In this post, learn five ideas to consider when practicing stillness, so you can get the most out of the experience while increasing your self-awareness.
Everything You Do Depends on What's Going on in Your Mind
How well you perform or conduct yourself depends on how well you use your mind.
For your mind to operate efficiently will require you to pay more attention to what you're letting in, and how well you eliminate mental clutter.
Your mental hygiene depends on how often you declutter your mind.
If you make cleansing your mind a regular practice, you will have greater clarity of thought and function a lot better.
MAKE IT COUNT
An action step you can take this week is to apply one idea you have learned to eliminate mental clutter and make decluttering your mind a regular practice.
Have a great week. Thank you for reading. 🙏
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