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August 31, 2022 32 min

When a recent move prompts Julie to purge items from her home, the bigger and deeper meaning behind the cleansing takes form.

Today we explore the interconnectedness between physical clutter and emotional baggage. Going through your belongings, whether self-inspired or forced by change, is a powerful way to let go of your past. Yes, you will uncover beloved treasures that you'll forever keep, and you'll also have the opportunity to release the stagnant energy that's holding you back. Today we discuss why keeping the energy around you flowing is essential to your well-being,  aligning your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual bodies.

Earth School is hard, and sometimes the house gets messy. So, the Other side is curious to know: what do you need to release to feel free?

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