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Declutter Your Soul with Peggy Fitzsimmons, PhD: Part 1

May 28, 2020

Declutter Your Soul with Peggy Fitzsimmons, PhD: Part 1
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My guest today is Peggy Fitzsimmons, Ph.D. She’s a gifted psychologist, coach and energy worker. 

Peggy and I spent a year collaborating extensively to clear a massive amount of clutter out of my life. In this episode we explore the emotional and spiritual aspects of clutter - why we have it, why we keep it, and how to get free of it.

You’ll gain insight into:

  • how clutter is a reflection of fear
  • fragmentation and wholeness: how to create beauty and clarity in your personal spaces
  • the mindset needed to unhook from your attachment to your stuff
  • practical steps to free yourself from the chaos and weight of clutter

If you’re ready to start clearing out the possessions and beliefs you’re holding on to that aren't aligned with your integrity, your joy and your well being - this’ll definitely help!

Join us next week for Part 2 of our conversation. Peggy shares the 5 essential questions you'll need to ask if you've decided you’re ready to courageously face your relationship with your stuff.

Listen to Part 2 here:
Declutter Your Soul with Peggy Fitzsimmons, Ph.D. - Part 2


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Peggy Fitzsimmons holds a Ph.D. in Counselling Psychology and has supported people in freeing themselves from emotional, mental and physical clutter for over 25 years. She incorporates holistic and mind-body modalities as well as intuitive energy work into her approach.

Peggy spent several years at the highly respected Omega institute for Holistic Studies, supporting leaders in the field of spiritual development. She then moved  on to work as a Consulting Producer for Oprah Winfrey’s Emmy Award-winning television series, "Super Soul Sunday". 

Peggy doesn't do social media, but if you'd like to work with her you can reach her at: peggyfitzsimmons@gmail.com

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