Are you able to see how any of your life challenges allusively manifest around you in your space ?
Listen to your words in your head that might say...”I feel like I am always against a wall”.
Check to see if your bed is literally up against a wall on one side .If so, move the bed so you have walking room on both sides. If the space is tight at the very least, have a bit of breathing room on the wall side.
Perhaps, upon entering your front door you quickly face a wall. If that is the case, add a mirror to the wall.
The biggest statement I hear a lot of my clients say is “you know, life is passing me by” If you feel you don’t have the time to either pay the bills or follow your bliss, take a closer look at your organizational skills .
Simply not living efficiently in your environment can take up a big chunk of your time. If you are constantly looking for your keys or phone , like myself, or taking longer to get dressed or dreading going through the big pile of bills that has landed on top of your kitchen countertop , you are wasting valuable time that can be used to do something that you love to do.
The next thing I usually hear is “Why don’t I have enough energy? “Hearing a client, friend or family member say this makes me want to take a closer look at the energy this space is giving off. Clutter and tchotchkes can get in the way of the flow of energy .
A bed on the floor can suck your own life force. Please lift this bed up with risers or even wood blocks so you have a clear path of energy under your bed.
Low lighting throughout your space equals low energy. Increase all lightbulb wattage and keep lights on for longer periods of time .
Studies have shown that the scent of lemons or grapefruit is uplifting.
Take an aromatherapy lemon bath or just keep a bowl of lemons on display regularly and add a slice to your water.