You know, that saying “a cluttered desk is a cluttered mind” rings true somehow. The endless piles of paper overflowing on one corner of the desk are distracting. Instead of giving me some room to breathe and be creative, my mind is clogged because of the irritating mess on the desk. An imaginary little gremlin poking fun at me enjoying the clutter. Oh how easy it would be just to set fire to it! Sounds familiar, right? This is not a problem; it is just a case of knowing how to organize your space in a way that you can easily find what you are looking for at the drop of a hat.
Spring cleaning is not something to yawn at; it is like clearing out your mind from clutter, like giving your body a good airing. Dirt and grime in itself can be demotivating and draining, they carry their own energy but not the uplifting kind.
Did you know that things in your home and/or office hold energy patterns of happiness, sadness, fear, failure, worry, and success? That’s why before moving into a home, I like to find out the history as it can also hold certain issues of previous and current owners. In any clearing of a space or building it is a good idea to hold a good and healthy intention of your goals.
If your windows look like they belong on a scary movie set, dressed in cobwebs, dust, and even bird poop, for some deep cleansing, try adding some salt to very lukewarm water—just a little salt—and wash gently with a sponge. This gives a deeper cleansing and raises the energy vibrations in the room.
I like to add lavender essential oils, which are known to clear the aura. Add a few drops of your chosen essential oil either in a burner or in a bowl with some cotton wool. Place the bowl anywhere in your room even under your bed. Change weekly. You will notice a lift!
“You can have peace of mind, improved health, and an ever-increasing flow of energy. Life can be full of joy and satisfaction.” —Norman Vincent Peale
“The less routine the more life.” —Amos Alcott
“Everyone is trying to accomplish something big, not realizing that life is made up of little things.” —Frank A. Clark
Organize your space—a link to higher dimensions.