We tend to take the concerns in the material world very seriously, drawing our identities from what we have, own, think of feel. However if we have a sense of residing in a deeper place, our efforts to make sense of the world and our place in it take on a different perspective.

Frolics in the World of Form

Over the past few years, at the same time as I was studying organisation, disorganisation, and our relationship with stuff, I was also exploring different approaches to spirituality. I took an Alice in Wonderland approach to both, wandering about seeing what attracted my attention, lingering at points of interest, then moving on when the time was […]

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When Clutter Matters

Recently I read an article about people who collect things from the roadside to recycle and sell. The collection process was ahead of the recycling process and they were accumulating a large volume of stuff. They were happy and in tune with each other. The work was obviously meaningful to them. Yet there was some […]

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Taking Your Time With Decluttering

Its not unusual for people to find making decisions about their belongings, and acting on those decisions, very difficult. There are plenty of examples on TV where expert organisers come in and do a makeover on a cluttered home that leaves the owner amazed and bewildered. Does this solve the problem? People can develop very strong […]