Feng shui can be a fantastic tool for making your home feel more dynamic, and shifting the energy around you can promote positive expansion in all aspects of life. Your home can help you feel more grounded, more inspired, and more in the flow of synchronicity. So here's a quick process for sprucing up your space for a fresh start...
Make More Physical Space In Your Home
A lot of energy, optimism, clarity and even prosperity can come when we release what doesn't serve us. Taking the time to empty drawers, shred papers, clear out wardrobes can open the doors to so much fresh energy and positive momentum.
Revamp Storage Spaces
Once clutter is under control, it's time to talk organisation. Consider rethinking your storage methods as they infuse more creative energy into your home! There is so much inspiration on Pinterest for storage solutions, for instance how to make a hanging spice rack, display jewellery as art, and compartmentalise a fridge to make the most of your ingredients.
Clear The Energy Using Salt
The next step is clearing the lingering energy in your space. The best feng shui tool for doing so is a bowl of sea salt. Pour some sea salt into small bowls or small cups and place them around your home in areas where you feel the energy is heavy or stuck. Once you feel the space is fresh and clear you can dispose of the salt. You can do this any time you want a deep energy cleanse at home.
Recurate Your Art Displays
This step goes a long way in creating fresh perspective. Whether you rehang your art or restyle your bookshelves, every time you change the decor of your home, you shift the information you take in every day. Don't feel like you need to go out and buy new art every time you feel stuck. Use what you have to shake things up a bit.
All these simple ways to tap into fresh energy are customisable, so do what's most exciting to you. Most of all, have fun with it! The more excited you are, the more you'll catalyse big energy shifts around you before you even begin.
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Cleaning is not what weekend dreams are made of. Especially if your weekdays are full of work and other obligational activities, your weekend should be spent enjoying your time, relaxing in your home, not fussing over it. So here is a day-by-day routine that leaves your house ready to embrace by the time Friday evening rolls around...