The spiral is an organizing principle found in nature. From distant galaxies to your unique fingerprint, the Fibonacci Sequence shows up in sunflowers, pine cones, waves, and shells to remind us of the natural order of things.
“For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned.” ~ Benjamin Franklin
To organize your life like a spiral begin at your heart center and work your way outward from there. If you want your outer world to be more organized start by turning inward, taking a few deep breaths, and listening to your heart.
Organize your thoughts in such a way that they generate good feelings. The better you feel the more effective you will be at organizing your day. Being organized generates more good feelings, and on and on it goes, creating an upward spiral of well-being.
If you experience a downward spiral it could be a sign that you're trying to organize your life from the outside in. This means you're reacting to the world and people around you rather than responding from a calm, peaceful center. Take whatever time you need to get centered so that you can reverse the spiral and come back to your natural state of ease.
Organization is the key to having more time. If you always know where to find things then you don't waste time looking for them. When clutter isn't blocking the flow of energy in your home or office, everything flows more easily, including your personal relationship with time. Schedule twenty to thirty minutes a day for clearing clutter and getting organized.
When it comes to organizing your energy you need to find a balance between making things happen and allowing them to happen. Do what you know how to do and then get out of the way and let the universe do the rest. Make a list with two columns; on one side write what you intend to do, on the other side write what you would like the universe to handle.
Your chakras are vortexes of energetic spirals that affect your health and well-being. Physical and emotional symptoms are indicators of how well you're organizing your vibrational energy. Pay attention to all of your symptoms so that you can determine their messages and make the necessary changes.
Part of being well organized is getting rid of everything you don't need, from negative thinking and criticizing to judging and complaining. After clearing out your internal mental and emotional clutter then you can focus on clearing out your environment. As you organize your inner and outer spaces you will experience more clarity and greater peace of mind.
Love and light,
DYI Blogger/Life Coach