Home Sweet Home (Part 1)
Today, we live in homes that consists of 4 walls with plenty of physical possessions. Our house is an accumulation of life experiences, things that we enjoy and items to recall fond memories. We are always seeking to attach ourselves or connect to things we see on this planet. Home is a desire to connect. Our life is filled with new challenges that, depending on your point of view and frame of mind, could be a nightmare. Most folks do not enjoy their work, but we earn an income to pay the bills. There is food on the table, but sometimes we may forget to give thanks.
In this part of the world we are fortunate not to have wars, so our home is not demolished by a grenade or tornado, yet we forget that we are born in a country of peace with some minor problems, and we forget to give thanks. We have loved ones who are reminded that they are safe and secure. Yes our children go through some rough times but the worst case scenario they will face, may be how to cross the road, and not how to avoid the tanks on the road. Again we forget to give thanks.
Our home is a beautiful place to spend time with our spouse and children. We are fortunate to be able to have a place where we can relax or have a party with friends and family. Again we may forget to say thank you. Why is it that our homes are taken for granted?
What does our home have to do with any kind of energy work?
When we feel safe, our home is inviting and secure. We are connected to it and so it is with us. We are all individuals connected to something. We should give thanks and gratitude every day for the wonderful blessings bestowed upon us.
Our home is filled with energy because it is built on this planet and we appreciate the safety and security it provides.
When you go home and you feel that something is wrong, there may be a disconnection that requires attention. When something has been moved in the house, there is a shift of energy and therefore the whole house has to adapt to the new energy flow.
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