Your Spacious Self

Your Spacious Self

This is our natural state of being, but we usually don’t experience it, because we are caught in a web of material possessions, desires, and fears.

Author: Stephanie Bennett Vogt

Publisher: Hierophant Publishing

ISBN: 1938289056

Category: Self-Help

Page: 249

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IT’S A JUNGLE . . . IN HERE! Behind our stress, clutter, and confusion is an infinitely spacious place one might call stillness or joy. This is our natural state of being, but we usually don’t experience it, because we are caught in a web of material possessions, desires, and fears. Our clutter often becomes another member of the family that we feed, house, and lug around. In Your Spacious Self, author and professional space clearing expert Stephanie Bennett Vogt shows us that it’s not our stuff but the holding on to it that creates a force field of stuck-ness that clouds our perceptions and paralyzes our lives. Clutter is not just the junk spilling out of the closet. It is anything or thought that prevents us from experiencing who we truly are. With daily tips, meditations, and a decluttering checklist, Your Spacious Self will show you how to: CLEAR THE CLUTTER in your home and in your lifeREVEL IN YOUR OWN SPACIOUSNESS, a place of stillness and joyLET GO OF THE PEOPLE, PLACES, AND THINGS that no longer serve the joyous being that you are Radical in its message and elegant in its simplicity, Your Spacious Self offers a new model that combines the ancient wisdom of space clearing with the modern practicality of clutter clearing. It teaches us that clearing is not just something we do but is also a powerful way to be—one small step, drawer, or moment at a time.
Categories: Self-Help

absence of clutter

absence of clutter

Detox Your Desk : Declutter Your Life and Mind ; Minimalism : Declutter and Discover ; The More of Less : Finding the Life ... Your Spacious Self : Clear the Clutter and Discover Who You Are ; Clearing Emotional Clutter : Mindfulness ...

Author: Paul Stephens

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262043670

Category: Art

Page: 288

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An exploration of minimal writing—texts generally shorter than a sentence—as complex, powerful literary and visual works. In the 1960s and 70s, minimal and conceptual artists stripped language down to its most basic components: the word and the letter. Barbara Kruger, Jenny Holzer, Carl Andre, Lawrence Weiner, and others built lucrative careers from text-based art. Meanwhile, poets and writers created works of minimal writing—visual texts generally shorter than a sentence. (One poem by Aram Saroyan reads in its entirety: eyeye.) In absence of clutter, Paul Stephens offers the first comprehensive account of minimal writing, arguing that it is equal in complexity and power to better-known, more commercial text-based art. Minimal writing, Stephens writes, can be beguilingly simple on the surface, but can also offer iterative reading experiences on multiple levels, from the fleeting to the ponderous. “absence of clutter,” for example, the entire text of a poem by Robert Grenier, is both expressive and self-descriptive. Stephens first sets out a theoretical framework for reading and viewing minimal writing and then offers close readings of works of minimal writing by Saroyan, Grenier, Norman Pritchard, Natalie Czech, and others. He “reverse engineers” recent works by Jen Bervin, Craig Dworkin, and Christian Bök that draw on molecular biology, and explores print-on-demand books by Holly Melgard, code poetry by Nick Montfort, Twitter-based work by Allison Parrish, and the use of Instagram by Hans-Ulrich Obrist and Saroyan. Text, it seems, is becoming ever more prevalent in visual art; meanwhile, poems are getting shorter. When reading has become scanning a screen and writing tapping out a text, absence of clutter invites us to reflect on how we read, see, and pay attention.
Categories: Art

A Year For You

A Year For You

Release the Clutter, Reduce the Stress, Reclaim Your Life Stephanie Bennett Vogt. Also by Stephanie Bennett Vogt Books in the Spacious Way Series Your Spacious Self: Clear the Clutter and Discover Who You Are A Year to Clear: A Daily ...

Author: Stephanie Bennett Vogt

Publisher: Hierophant Publishing

ISBN: 9781938289927

Category: Self-Help

Page: 304

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Are you ready to take back your life? Despite an innate desire to live peaceful and happy lives, many of us spend far too much of our precious time immersed in stress and struggle rather than in enjoyment, often working to make others happy while neglecting ourselves in the process. In A Year for You, space clearing expert and mindfulness teacher Stephanie Bennett Vogt offers a step-by-step guide to coming back home to yourself. In these pages she will teach you how to: Release the underlying causes of clutter, stress, struggle and overwhelm . . . for good! Develop simple yet profound practices that lead to a clearer home and a quieter mind. Cultivate a holistic, open, and gentle approach to life that leads to a greater sense of peace and freedom. This book is an invitation to a life-changing, yearlong sabbatical that begins not far away in a distant corner of the world, but right where you are in this moment. The practices contained herein will teach you how to reorient your life toward a more spacious, relaxed, and joy-filled way of being.
Categories: Self-Help

Being Home

Being Home

Your Spacious Self: Clear the Clutter and Discover Who You Are. San Antonio, TX: Hierophant Publishing, 2012. Waggoner, Robert. Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self. Needham, MA: Moment Point, 2009. Wallace, David Foster.

Author: Rebecca Ross

Publisher: Turning Stone Press

ISBN: 9781618520999

Category: Self-Help

Page: 172

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Winner of the 2016 International Book Award for Self Help Home is more than an address. It’s a place you belong, one that reflects who you are. This feeling of belonging comes from your being, as well as where you are. Recognizing that relationship between you and your environment opens a door. When you understand the link between these two, you can step across a threshold and make your home a place that works well and feels right. Being Home teaches you how to establish this link between you and the outside world by Creating awareness about your natural and energetic boundaries, Finding your own roots and how to connect to your spaces, and Utilizing the three fundamental qualities of an environment to create a feeling of home wherever you are. Each lesson is supported by a variety of exercises that can be performed at home, at the grocery store, even while stuck in traffic. When you engage with your surroundings, you’ll move with fluidity and confidence anywhere—a crowded room, an empty street, and anywhere in between.
Categories: Self-Help

A Year to Clear

A Year to Clear

Stephanie Bennett Vogt is a leading spaceclearing expert, international speaker, and the author of Your Spacious Self: Clear the Clutter and Discover Who You Are. She has taught her inspirational clearing programs at centers including ...

Author: Stephanie Bennett Vogt

Publisher: Hierophant Publishing

ISBN: 9781938289484

Category: Self-Help

Page: 384

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A complete yearlong course in clearing yourself of excess stress and stuff, this book features short contemplations, personal stories, tools, tips, one-minute practices, guided meditations, and wonderful questions to help readers create spaciousness in their lives. Stephanie Bennett Vogt will teach you how to unplug, detach, and clear to create more space and serenity in your life, what she describes as “the sacred process of removing clutter from both your house and your mind.” Included are 365 daily lessons organized into 52 weekly segments, with each lesson building on the others to develop one’s clearing muscle and grow new habits that will last a lifetime. The week usually begins with a personal story to introduce the theme and ends on the 7th day with a “Check In” to review and integrate the experience. Sprinkled throughout are meditations, Q&As, and testimonials. At the end of each lesson the author gives the reader an opportunity to “explore” a topic with several open-ended statements designed to bypass the thinking mind and open the channels to one’s highest wisdom. Weekly themes covered include: Moving Stuck EnergyConnecting with HomeBeing EnoughShining Light on Invisible ClutterLiving ImperfectlyWaiting It OutCultivating StillnessForgivingFlourishing
Categories: Self-Help

Warrior Goddess Training

Warrior Goddess Training

Become the Woman You Are Meant to Be Heather Ash Amara ... Healing Our World— The New Female Shamanism by Vicki Noble Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui by Karen Kingston Your Spacious Self: Clear the Clutter and Discover Who You Are by ...

Author: Heather Ash Amara

Publisher: Hierophant Publishing

ISBN: 9781938289378

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 192

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The Path to Your Inner Warrior Goddess It’s no secret that women today are juggling a lot. We now make up more than half the workforce in the United States and are busier than ever with partners, children, family and friends, often putting the needs of others ahead of our own. And if we feel overwhelmed by it all or fall short of perfection, many of us have learned to be our own worst critic rather than our own best friend. In Warrior Goddess Training, bestselling author HeatherAsh Amara provides the antidote to the flawed idea that you are not enough. Direct, honest, and unapologetic, Amara will show you how to release the layers of expectations to finally see yourself for the authentic, perceptive, perfect woman you really are. If you don’t love and honor yourself with every fiber of your being, if you struggle with owning your power and passion, if you could use more joyful play and simple presence in your life, then it is time for an inner revolution. It is time to claim your Warrior Goddess energy. Drawing on the wisdom from Buddhism, Toltec wisdom, and ancient Earth-based goddess spirituality, the Warrior Goddess path includes personal stories, rituals, and exercises that will encourage and inspire you to become the true warrior goddess you are meant to be.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

Pearls of Wisdom

Pearls of Wisdom

STEPHANIE BENNETT VOGT, MA, is one of the world's leading space-clearing experts and the author of the awardwinning Your Spacious Self: Clear Your Clutter and Discover Who You Are. She brings thirty-five years of experience to ...

Author: Jack Canfield

Publisher: Hierophant Publishing

ISBN: 9781938289026

Category: Self-Help

Page: 216

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An oyster can’t produce pearls without first suffering with a grain of sand. Each of the chapters in Pearls of Wisdom: 30 Inspirational Ideas to Lead Your Best Life Now gives guidance to readers on how to turn their own grains of sand into pearls. With four New York Times bestselling authors, including Chicken Soup for the Soul’s Jack Canfield, Chris and Janet Attwood, and Marci Shimoff plus 25 of the best up and coming self-help authors, each chapter contains a fresh idea for a positive life change. With each chapter as diverse as the cast of authors who have come together to create this unique book, there is certain to be an idea to help transform anyone’s life. Pearls of Wisdom contains the greatest ideas of today’s top self-help authors, combining traditional and new techniques, affirmations, theories, meditations and practices to lead readers from the struggles they deal with in their current situations to a higher, enlightened life; not merely an existence. For anyone who has thought, “am I really living the best possible life I could be?”, Pearls of Wisdom grants the answers for any of life’s questions, straight from the words of the masters of self-help themselves.
Categories: Self-Help

The Five Element Solution

The Five Element Solution

Discover the Spiritual Side of Chinese Medicine to Release Stress, Clear Anxiety, and Reclaim Your Life Jean Haner. 1. Enhance Earth : Self - Care— " Re - mother " Yourself These days , when we talk about self - care , we usually mean ...

Author: Jean Haner

Publisher: Hay House, Inc

ISBN: 9781401959609

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 256

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Use the powerful spiritual principles of Chinese Medicine to discover your personality type and bring balance to all areas of your life with this practical, solution-oriented book from expert Jean Haner. The ancient Chinese discovered a secret that remains little-known in the West to this day: the map of how your life is meant to work. And just like an acupuncturist treats energy points in the body to heal you physically, this book will show you how to make tiny changes in your everyday activities to heal your life when it's not working for you. Based on the traditional wisdom of the Chinese Five Elements-Water, Wood, Fire, Earth, and Metal-the quizzes and step-by-step guidance in this book will help you discover how to solve problems in ways that fit your unique personality type. Drawing from over 30 years of experience, Jean Haner offers specific strategies from the spiritual side of Chinese medicine to help you create true and effective change. With short-term practices and select activities, such as aligning with your "magic hours," new ways of clearing clutter, and even adding certain colors and foods to your life, you can get solutions for any problem at three different levels-simple remedies, full prescriptions, and a five-week "reboot" plan-to get your entire life moving in the right direction again.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Disobedient Mistress

The Disobedient Mistress

She could still recall her mother clear as day: a beautiful redhead with lovely clothes and a constant embattled air of uneasy apology. 'As soon as I get organised, you can come and live with me,' her mother had promised repeatedly when ...

Author: Lynne Graham

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781426803338

Category: Fiction

Page: 192

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Caterer Misty Carlton is in serious trouble. Her business is on the rocks and the only man who can save her butt is Leone Andracchi— an arrogant, infuriating and temptingly hot Sicilian tycoon. Leone knows exactly how precarious Misty's situation is—and he's about to take advantage of it. He offers her a deal that seems deceptively easy. Misty plays obedient mistress to Leone—strictly hands off, of course, and only for the sake of the public eye. In return for keeping up the charade, Misty gets a sizable chunk of cash and gets to keep her business. What Misty doesn't know is that she's part of a revenge scheme, aimed at discrediting her biological father. The hands-off factor is becoming a problem because every time Misty and Leone begin arguing heatedly, their bodies and lips take over. Sure, it makes for great press—but how can Misty lust for someone she so thoroughly despises?
Categories: Fiction

New York Magazine

New York Magazine

Two other society interior decorators, Mark Hampton and Mario Buatta, are at her left knee and right hand, respectively. They, and a cross section of New York's decorator establishment, have been assembled for a group portrait, ...

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Page: 96

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
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