I like solving things myself but I've done
Dissolving limiting beliefs
Soem terrific timeline therapy (which was amazingly energizing)
dozens of other things
and I'm still nervous about selling car because bluntly, if I need to acquire a car, it's quite a bitch to do so.
but The entire reason I flew back from aus was to eliminate junk and move out of the apartment, so I'm definitely feeling bound to my junk and it's drowning/keeping me locked in a dangerous place in a sense.
The most problematic items (I think because of their potential financial value) or that I used them quite a lot are
dad's inheritted suits
old clothes that are in great quality but that I rarely wear
I can't seem to get rid of/sell those items but I haven't used the bike in over 2 years. I've only used 1 surfboard once. I guess the suits and clothes I could potentially use if/when I get to a place that's more professional....
I'm moving out of the country so eliminating those things "Guilt-free" (meaning with no regrets nor qualms) is vitally important. I've seriously wracked my brain about this. Packing up the 7 suits (all of which I've worn probably only a couple dozen times at most in total) in suitcases, unpacking them, changing the hangers, trying to decide if I should keep 1 or 2....tried selling furniture multiple times on ebay. The bike has a big market and will be easy to sell but (i'm still in good shape) if I decide to start biking again, I'd want the bike. But This is like trying to unravel why I got into biking in the first palce and realizign it may have been "just a phase"??? I don't know. Same goes for surfing. Those things were VERY important activities in my life maybe 3-4 years ago (that's all I did practically) but now, it's just not that much of an interest and that I find disturbing . So meanwhile I'm stuck with the remnants of this kind of "old" shell of an activity and am stumped on what to do with the remains in a sense primarily because I'm not sure if surfing and/or biking are things I have retired for swimming and running and soccer etc. Biking was very cheesy with the repairs and it was Horrendous for posture, made me nervous, horrendous for my nerves. Running and swimming and parkour are MUCH better for the body in terms of agility. I don't think I liked biking but I did hundreds and hundreds of miles biking and for many many years...that's astounding. bollocks....
I've read books on this (it's all too much GTD etc).