In preparation for our recent move I did a lot of physical clearing. Many trips were made to the local thrift store to donate the excess stuff. Each trip I made triggered the questions "Where did I get all of this stuff?", "How can I still have more stuff?" and "Did I really need all of this stuff?"
The physical clearing was such a cleansing ritual that, even if we hadn't moved, I would have eventually taken the time to do so... as I do at least once each year.
So often we gather more than we need. We collect things, objects, stuff. We surround ourselves with items that help to define us, to make us feel more whole. We become attached. And often, we need more. And, much like all the physical stuff, we often gather a lot of thoughts, ideas and beliefs about ourselves, others and life that are like all of the extra things... taking up space, clutter, not needed, not worth carrying around and so often, not true.
So to answer Jamie's question... I wish to clear myself of the restricting notions that hold me back from my essence. I wish to clear the unnecessary stuff in order to make room for more good, for more positivity and for more love.