Top 10 Encouraging Quotes about Liberating the Clutter

Eleanor Brownn Quote

Eleanor Brownn Quote

All of us encounter an unpleasant mental clutter at some point in our lives and struggle with finding an ideal solution to end it. Many think of this problem as rocket science, but the steps to overcoming it are simple and immediate implementation of them can yield incredible results.

Realization that anger and despair are futile!

Feeling remorse, regret or rage because of past actions is the main reason why a clutter forms in our mind. Like when a room gets dirty from a lack of care, so can a mind become tainted from a lack of effort. You can’t do anything to impact the past, so there is no reason to dwell on it. When you liberate yourself from the chains of your past, you will truly be free.

Get out of your comfort zone.

The mind is indeed like a muscle. If you don’t use it or use it wrongly, it will fall into a bad state and it will become harder and harder to use it properly. Hanging around in the comfort zone weakens you and turns you into a creature of habit. Don’t fall for that and challenge yourself on a daily basis. Trust us, it forges strength and power.

10 Famous Motivating Quotes to Liberate your Clutter:

“Keeping baggage from the past will leave no room for the happiness in the future.”
– Wayne L. Misner

“Get rid of clutter and you may just find that it was blocking the door you’ve been looking for.”
– Katrina Mayer

“I don’t remember when exactly I read my first comic book, but I do remember exactly how liberated and subversive I felt as a result.”
― Edward Said

“Liberation, I guess, is everybody getting what they think they want, without knowing the whole truth. Or in other words, liberation finally amounts to being free from things we don’t like in order to be enslaved by things we approve of. Here’s to the eternal tandem.”
― Robert Fulghum

“I’d rather be interesting, original, & unique then follow the pack. Revel in who you truly are & be liberated!”
― Amy Leigh Mercree

“The emotional states are liberated inside water, we calm down emotionally, we become more sensitive, we are able to “touch” deeper ourselves and other beings. Empathy is echoing back to us giving subtle vibrations from the realm of the senses. Find your water.”
― Grigoris Deoudis

“By doing actions, one will not attain Liberation [Moksha]; through understanding leads one to Liberation. The fruit (effect) of action is the worldly life [sansaar].”
― Dada Bhagwan

“Liberate the minds of men and ultimately you will liberate the bodies of men.”
― Marcus Gravey

“Clutter is not just physical stuff. Its old ideas, toxic relationships and bad habits. Clutter is anything that does not support your better self.”
― Eleanor Brownn

“The roof of suffering is attachment.”
― Buddha

Be always proud of yourself, but never satisfied.

Some people take this piece of advice too harsh, but there isn’t anything brutal to it. It all comes down by praising yourself for making progress, but not losing sight of your potential and your long-term goals.

Respect your time.

View time as something limited and valuable. This will cause you to cherish it more and be picky about how you spend it. That means no more unnecessary habits, no more useless people and negative energy. Toxicity is the main cause of clutters and you should purge it immediately.

Each of the above mentioned ways hold the same amount of importance and will open up new horizon for you, causing you to have a new outlook on life.