Day 3011: What would you like to clear from your system?

Yesterday, on Twitter and Facebook, I got this out of my system:

Responses included

  • worrying,
  • anxiety,
  • guilt,
  • perfectionism,
  • panicking,
  • urgency,
  • uncertainty,
  • repression,
  • resentment,
  • too much busyness, and
  • my own prejudices.

Every day, I clear those from my system by blogging first thing in the morning.

Now I’m going to clear images from my iPhone system by sharing them with you.

Decades ago, when I was dealing with upsetting medical news about my very unusual heart, I went to a percussion class and cleared fear, anger, resentment, panicking, uncertainty, and worry from my system by wildly drumming along to “The Dancer” by Stanley Clarke.

If you want to clear unexpressed thoughts or feelings from your system, you can do so in the comments section, below.

As always, I’ve got a lot of gratitude in my system.

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15 thoughts on “Day 3011: What would you like to clear from your system?

  1. Pain and uncertainty!

  2. Procrastination is something I’d like to get out of my system so I’m getting here early. Self-doubt is also something I’d like to clear from my system, but I’m also glad that not having listened to Stanley Clarke before is something now cleared from my system.

  3. puella33

    I would like to clear all worries from my system- Not just the unnecessary ones

  4. worry

  5. Insecurity

  6. The 5 to 10 inches of snow we’re going to get on April 1, Ann. I’d like to have that cleared from our spring’s system.

  7. I would like to clear materialism.

  8. Pingback: Day 3014: Should we be concerned? | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

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