The third edition of Psychic Debris continues the journey toward self-discovery based on new information in the realm of time management and productivity. Although “time management” is impossible (time is fixed and we can’t do anything about it!) the new chapters unlock the mysteries of managing your relationship to time. Also new, is a list of positive affirmations to help un-clutter the mind of psychic debris – “head trash” that keeps us from realizing our goals. Is a cluttered closet a manifestation of a cluttered mind? Regina Lark’s Psychic Debris and Crowded Closets is about understanding the relationship between the stuff in our head and what’s under our bed. to serve readers as a workbook, a journal, and a reflection of your desire to learn more about your connection to clutter and its impact on body, mind, and spirit. Open your heart and head, and your closets and cupboards, then consider these alternate ways out of the mess. Psychic Debris and Crowded Closets creates the foundation to help your understand your relationship between the stuff in your head and what’s under your bed.
Nao Deixe Para Depois – A Relacao Entre Bagunca Mental E Armarios Abarrotados (Em Portugues do Brasil)
Não é porque algo trouxe felicidade no passado que precisa ser guardado para sempre” Um armário abarrotado é a manifestação de uma mente bagunçada? Não deixe para depois nos apresenta formas de entender a relação entre o lixo mental e a bagunça nos nossos espaços de trabalho ou em casa. De forma prática e objetiva, Regina F. Lark nos apresenta uma série de exercícios e reflexões acerca da relação entre a desordem e o impacto dela em nosso corpo, mente e espírito. Abra o coração, a cabeça e os armários e comece agora a se libertar da bagunça.
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