I think we could all part with more of our stuff if we knew it would be appreciated and needed by others. Some of the more sentimental items are hard to part with, whether they were given to us or we paid a lot of money for them, but when they are ready to go ... we just need to let them go. They have served their usefulness <and even if they have not> and need to move on.
This is a good time to look at things that reflect who you used to be and that no longer serve you. Sometimes it's hard to close a door because of a false sense of security but until you clear out the space the "old you" occupies, you have no room for something new to move in.
For me, I am not good at marketing myself so no matter how many brochures I come up with or teleseminars I have listened to on marketing ... I have not taken action on them. All they serve to do is make me feel guilty for my inaction. I need to examine exactly why I have not taken action ... perhaps I don't really want to do what I think I should do? Who knows but perhaps I will figure it out during this period and finally let it go once and for all.
You never know: it might just lead to a whole new path for me. And while I am at it, I might just let go of all the fears and doubts about the future I am holding on to as well ... sounds like I might need to do a bit of tapping too!