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Harmony in our Home

Sometimes our lives are so busy that we treat our homes as if they were impersonal places that we merely pass through. But we can make certain that our homes truly feel like our sanctuaries by taking the time to tend to them like gardens, which need care in order to offer us the beauty of their blooms. When we take the time to treat our homes like beloved treasures, we can shift their energy from being merely places, to being wellsprings for the replenishment of our energy. Your home will be infused with supportive energy if you take the time to create a stress-free home.

Ideally our homes can become our sanctuaries. However, sometimes we may feel negatively about our homes - when we feel surrounded by turmoil and chaos rather than harmony.  It is then that we have the power to decide to bring in more love and harmony. 

Homes are the outer reflections of those who live within. If we feel that the current appearance clashes with how we’d like to see ourselves, it can keep us from fully allowing our light to shine. Updating our homes to reflect our inner landscape need not involve massive redecorating or a large outlay of money. Small things can make a big difference, like simply moving items so that we constantly gaze upon the things we love the most, liberating the treasures we’ve hidden away in cupboards, using our best china and making small repairs. Organising and cleaning is a no-cost way to remove chaos from our homes and introduce more calm. Lovingly rejuvenating our personal space can become a creative project that increases the flow of good throughout all aspects of our lives and increases our feeling of connection.

It is also good to remember that if we empty our homes of the things we no longer use, then we make room for new things to come in. We can give old things new life by donating them to charity, opening space for newness to enter. Removing stress from our homes can be as simple as putting our bills into pretty boxes and choosing a specific time to deal with them, or removing clutter so that we and our energy can move freely throughout our space.
We can rearrange items around the house, removing those things that cause frustration and putting on display the things that make us feel good. We are more or less trying to create a ‘roadmap’ for living in harmony, to avoid annoyance or stress with our housemates. 

Simplifying our space lets our imagination and energy roam free. We can choose to prioritise our homes, making them the true heart of our family’s activities. Then we are free to focus on what really matters - time to ourselves, to share with loved ones, and to replenish our energy so that we have more to share with each other and with the world. 




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