A cluttered mind. A conflicted mind. A reflection of emotions perhaps running deep or unresolved. A cluttered mind reflects a cluttered environment. Cluttered thoughts: Of chatter, of negativity, of creativity, of masks, of dreams, of failures, of fears, of heartbreak, of insecurities, of noise, of hopes, of words that cut like a knife to haven’t been let go. A cluttered mind wants nothing more than to be free and clear, to be energized, I think.
When my mind has been cluttered in the past, and, when my mind gets cluttered now, it’s often a signal that I need my own attention. I need me. That I need to get still, and find a quiet place, and seek some resolve. A talk with God maybe. I now look at things that are negative as my teachers. When I think of a cluttered mind, I think, something is wrong and if I don’t get my “declutter” plan together as soon as possible, I’ll go from cluttered to chaos instead of cluttered to calm. Calmness is always my goal. A cluttered mind is just a state of mind waiting to change your life. It’s in transition. Think of it as Spring cleaning, organizing the “junk drawer” – make it temporary.
#30Layers30Days Writing Challenge
Prompt 6: A Cluttered Mind