I have noticed over the last few weeks that I have become less comfortable spending time in my home. I had been reserving Sundays for my ‘day home alone’ but I have now begun to feel I need to get out, and when I do I almost immediately feel more relaxed. It seems to have aligned with me having to deal with an extremely challenging person in the work place.
I’ve only had contact with this person since the start of this year and there seems to be an energy building between us. I’ve been forced to face many dark aspects of my personality as a result. I appreciate this is a true gift as without these encounters I would still be hiding from some shadow aspects of myself.
I feel that the energy of these encounters is somehow residing in my home.
Is there anything I can do to clear and purify my living space? In the past I have burnt Sage or Palo Santo.
Thank you for your ongoing guidance. It is greatly appreciated.
John, the first thing that you should do is go through all your cupboards and throw out everything you don’t use anymore. Make sure that your house is tidy at all times with only the furniture you need to use; no clutter.
Don’t use chemical products for cleaning – substitute with vinegar and Castile soap – so your environment is not negatively influenced by chemicals. You can use Castile soap to wash your hair and body, clean your teeth, doing laundry and cleaning the bathroom and kitchen.
Any negative feelings that you have, you must clear this out of your internal space. No thoughts of retribution. No thoughts of self-criticism.
If possible plant copious amounts of greenery outside your house so it can be nurtured via the shade that plants provide. If you can’t put plants outside the house then bring them inside. Spider plants are particularly good for providing oxygen – especially in your bedroom.
Play the music from my playlist in the background. This will clear the space as well.
If you still feel restless go for a brisk walk in the evening before your Dragon’s Tears.
If you have any more questions please post them here.
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