There is such value in completing things. Not just checking things off the big To Do List but taking a deep breath and declaring something complete EVEN if it is not fully finished. In this process, you will release any distracting thoughts of being incomplete for not having finished something; truly letting something go, with no attachment and no thought that it will ever resurface. This may sound strange but think about it, how many times has a project been scrapped for various reasons at the office and we simply move onto the next thing without putting closure to the previous project. You’re already exceedingly busy, so let’s just get on with life, right? Not right. Not yet, anyway.
When you try to move on too quickly and have not put closure to a previous project, some part of your brain registers the incomplete project as work that still needs to be done. The conscious brain simply dismisses the project but somewhere in the deep recesses of your mind, sits that stock pile of incomplete activities, projects, or To Do’s. For the most part, you can tune out that heaping mound but when you least expect it or want it, in rolls the doubt, regret, shame, annoyance, or distracting thought about some older activity or project. Following is a process to put these things to rest once and for all. It will also give you a freedom that you never knew could exist that gives you a new-found energy around any new projects.
You can do this process at any time but at the end of the year is the perfect time to put closure to anything and everything in your purview.
Even though this is not exactly a main-stream way to handle completion, it is a VERY powerful tool. I can’t wait to hear about the freedom you create in your life from doing this process! Do tell!