Tuesday, January 13, 2009

THE Excess-CLUTTER syndrome

Ever felt that youre thinking too much, analysing almost everything you're thinking, absorbing too much, even the minutest of things? ever felt that every component of your life required constant scrutiny, ever resided in this compulsive state of having your thoughts feeding on other thoughts and further branching out into multiple other thoughts, none of which seem to make complete sense to you?! ever thought(the word again!) about what you're supposed to do with all those thoughts?? with the 'excess-CLUTTER', all that u cant explain? all that you're unable to figure out, all that refuses to pass through your comprehension-filter? All that led to this state of DELIRIUM, of constant imbalance within.
This, my friends, is what i call THE excess-CLUTTER syndrome.... and my sole purpose from now is to rid myself of this state of being, and reach a level of understanding with the thoughts that haunt my head day-in and day-out!! The delirium, i feel its presence, ive acknowledged it and now to act on it!
Step 1: DEclutter! segregation of thought...what goes where and what belongs where...some just do not belong! so kick em' out!
Step 2: find means of gaining clarity. WRITE!
Step 3: Start BLOGging! Give the thoughts new connotations. Put the delirium to use....empty your head.
So...that was my first blog...:) Hoping that writing will help me out here!


  1. yayy!!ring out the old,ring in the new this new year...throw out old clutter to make way for new ones!!
    but when u de-clutter,u have to remember that u cannot afford to be sentimental.theres always some clutter in ur mind that u r attached to and it just sits there,feeding itslef with ur energy and time.takes advantage of ur affection and refuses to leave like a smug bastard...well...that has to go too...
    when u de-clutter,remember not to be biased at all!!

  2. I actually like keeping some clutter. I don't throw it away- I hide it somewhere I cant find so that from time to time when I accidentally come across it, its fun to see my response change as time passes. I am my own guinea-pig afterall!

  3. De-cluttering often leads to excess clutter.The barriers to competition have moved from the physical to the intellectual. Simplifying the offering is not reducing it but improving it. Differentiation along with the segregation of thoughts amongst all the clutter proves advantageous in avoiding the state of delirium and confusion!