Triggers & Spiritual Medicine #12: Addressing the Mindset and Roots to Clutter
Welcome to Episode 12 of Triggers and Spiritual Medicine podcast with host, Laura Bonetzky-Joseph. Join us for amazing podcast episode on “Addressing the Mindset and Roots to Clutter” with Declutter Expert, Krystal Holm
In this episode we dig in the roots that causes clutter. Like why is it so hard for some of us to declutter?
Why do we sometimes run away or avoid decluttering? Why is history of unresolved trauma linked to clutter?
We talk about how the mind affects our external environments and why addressing the internal clutter, can help with the external. We talk about the blocks, attachments to things, causes, and offer tips on how to move past it so you can free yourself from the clutter that is robbing you of your freedom.
ABOUT KYRSTAL Holm
Krystal is a Feng Shui Master, Interior Designer, Clutter Expert, & trauma survivor who helps work-from-home entrepreneurs turn their spaces into offices they love to work in (even if they suck at it). Using her proprietary framework, The Designed Life Method℠ Mind, Body, Soul, Home, she helps her clients declutter and design a workspace that empowers them to create the life & business that they want.
Krystal shows women how to use their workspace as a 3D vision board to help them design who they are becoming & the life they want with it, right into their space.
Be sure to subscribe for upcoming episodes and share
- Free Gift: www.declutteryourmindset.com
- Krystal’s Website: www.krystalholm.com
- Book a Call with Krystal: www.PeaceandProsperityAlignment.com
For more information on this podcast or other offerings with Healing With Spirit: https://linktr.ee/HealingWithSpirit
ABOUT TRIGGERS & SPIRITUAL MEDICINE:
Vision: To break the unrecognized endemic of unresolved unhealed trauma & create sustainable systems for recovery, healing & empowerment.
Mission: To help others rediscover the power that lies within and to find that treasure buried in the depths of the shadows. To help them become their own superhero.
We hope by addressing the intersectionality and connect the dots like a web of many of society’s challenges, we can help others understand the trauma infection that impacts all areas of life – addiction, domestic violence, racism, homelessness, sexual abuse, chronic health issues, cancer, environmental issues, climate change and more. In this NEW collaborative program, we hope by highlighting these infected areas and what they share in common, a new perspective of solutions, healing, and resolutions can be birthed.