When Detachment is Good!

30 Mar

We are attached in many ways. But I’m talking about attachment to “things”. And I’m specifically talking about when the attachment is so heavy that it negativity affects how you live in your space!

We all know that attachment comes from the mind first. We condition ourselves to be attached to things for so many different reasons that it sometimes clouds our judgment. So here is something I learned:

“Releasing yourself from attachments is the only way to maneuver through your daily struggles without suffering constantly.”-Nicole Grace 

It’s okay to not be attached to certain things. It doesn’t mean that you don’t like life or value nothing. Actually it can be the opposite. You need to value your life first and do what you can to have that value and to live the quality of life you deserve!


Posted by on March 30, 2016 in Life Coaching


4 responses to “When Detachment is Good!

  1. mediocremeg14

    March 30, 2016 at 5:41 AM

    Easier said than done for many of us! It’s taken me years to be able to detach from my stuff successfully – and I could still stand to let go of more. The KonMari approach has been a gamechanger in breaking down my hoarding tendencies. Being given permission to honour and validate your attachment before you let something go has been revolutionary for me.

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    • James Lott Jr CTACC

      March 30, 2016 at 7:09 AM

      Completely easier said than done! I just think its so important for us to look at WHY we keep stuff and especially if you are in a situation where you’re stuff is taking over your spaces.

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