Is your home messing with your good humor? Does your house feel chaotic, heavy, or difficult? Does it feel like something isn’t working? It’s important for you to recognize that your home has an energy. When you walk around your house, you will find that different rooms have different energies. They have an environmental signature that comes from the kinds of environment activities that have gone on there. Anything you look at that doesn’t bring a little smile on your face, get rid of it. You’re not supporting yourself and staying in a great space if you have a home that doesn’t hold a great energy. If something is not working for you then get rid of that. That will make a difference in your entire life.
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Is Your Home Messing With Your Good Humor
I’m going to ask you a question, “Is your home messing with your good humor?” You may be thinking, “What are you talking about?” When you come in your home, how do you feel? The next time you come home, instead of throwing things down and being in a place of whatever, I am going to suggest to you that you come in your house and you notice how you feel. Does your house feel chaotic? Does it feel heavy duty? Does it feel difficult? Does it feel like something isn’t working?
It’s important for you to recognize that your home has an energy. It has an environmental signature, if you will. When you walk around your house, my encouragement for you is to look at and pay attention to how it is that you feel. Go into every single room and notice that you are feeling happy, sad, mad, glad because you literally will find that different rooms have different energies. They have a signature print. The signature print is coming from the kinds of environment activities that have gone on there.
If it’s always been pretty much a happy room and everybody gets together and things feel good, that’s the kind of energy that stick around there. If you go in a room that feel anger and heaviness, think about the last time you had an argument there. When you go into each room, look at each and every piece of furniture and any of your little knickknacks. Go through each and every one of them and notice, be still and notice how do you feel when you look at them? Do they make you feel yay or do they make you feel nay?
The question is, does it raise your vibration? Does it make you feel less or not as good? Some people have an amazing obligation to have pictures of family members that they don’t even like. In fact, they’ve never liked them, but they don’t want to tell anybody. They want to pretend that things are also wonderful. “Aunt Nellie from 1903 would be so upset if I took down this picture.” Do you think she’s going to care? If it brings up a crummy memory for you, if it brings you feeling not so good because she beat you or she did whatever it is that she did, she killed your dog, that’s not an energy that you want in your home.
Walk in your home, pay attention to how you feel, notice the overall feeling in your home, go into each and every room, feel that and then go to each and every piece of furniture, the rugs, the floors, look at the ceilings, and look at the paint and see, does it make you feel alive or does it make you feel heavy? Anything and I do mean anything that you don’t look at that and you get a little smile on your face, get rid of it. I don’t care what obligations or kill factors come up for you, call me and we’ll work through that.Your home has an environmental signature, and you will find that different rooms have different energies. Click To Tweet
The bottom line is that you are not supporting yourself and staying in a great space if you have a home that doesn’t hold a great space. You may be in a great mood and you walk in to a whole big cluster of angry energy that you left because you had this knockdown drag out with your partner. You’re going to find yourself being sucked right into that. Think about that. It’s really important.
If the paint makes you feel crummy, then go change the paint. If the rug is not making you feel good, then get rid of that. That will make a difference in your entire life. I want to thank you for sharing and I’m still doing the Facebook prize adventure. That means that those of you that are sharing this post and letting me know that you did that are going to be entered into the drawing.
You’re going to get my Relationships and Beyond Program. I appreciate those of you that are doing that. I’m going to leave you with my question, “What would it take for me to love every part of my home? What would it take for me to love every part of my personal environment?” Ask yourself that and then do what it takes to make the shift. Until next time, feel a hug.
Author: Esateys Stuchiner
Esateys (pronounced Ee sáh teez) is an International Life Transformational Speaker, Author, Master Facilitator, Life Coach and Expert in the Human condition. She is a Nationally and Board Certified Nurse Practitioner. For over 30 years, she has practiced, taught and lectured extensively in the allopathic and alternative medicine field.
Esateys is known for her groundbreaking work in the areas of personal empowerment and health restoration using mindset and inner connection as the catalyst for all change.
Esateys describes herself as the ‘Architect of the New You’ and has dedicated her life and professional career to helping her clients create “New Beginnings” by facilitating self empowerment, economic freedom and restored health.
For more information, go to esateys.com.