9 Action Steps to Take Now
(With Feng Shui hints)
During the past months, you may have sorted through your clothes and put them by colors, digitized your favorite old photos, filled scrap books with treasured design magazine cutouts, learned to cook Thai, watched all the episodes of Star Wars and read War and Peace.
1. Getting rid of physical and energetic debris
Clutter is debilitating, it overloads your brain with unnecessary tasking, makes you anxious and scattered.
Don’t let a disorganized place trip you up on your way to productivity and success. Make an effort and sort, organize, give away, throw away. You will be so relieved!
You will breathe, sleep, and generally feel better.
Break down unwanted energies with Space Clearing and invite new opportunities into your life.
Feng Shui hint: Place plants, fresh cut flowers into the Family area of your space.
2. Healing physically, mentally, emotionally
Problems manifesting in your physical environment are direct reflection of your physical, mental, emotional state, and vice versa. Curing and balancing your space are crucial on the journey to manifesting your desired world. Your mind is taking snapshots of your space continually and they affect you consciously and subconsciously.
Let a harmonious space surround you with the gentle care your body, mind, soul is longing for! Saturate your mind with beauty, harmony, positivity, life. Harmonizing design elements, nature’s 5 elements, yin and yang, and bringing nature inside in various ways can help you accomplish that.
You can look at consciously organizing your physical space as a powerful energy healing method. The science and art of Feng Shui will help you on your healing journey.
Feng Shui hint: Choose earthy items for the Health area (the Center).
3. Counterbalancing the negative and bringing in serenity
Give gratitude regularly.
Strive to do your soul’s work in this world.
Accept what you cannot change.
Spend time with inspiring people.
Sift through your impressions.
Go on a digital sabbatical frequently.
Don’t let your mind entertain negative thoughts.
Feng Shui your space. Certain design details; exterior and interior circumstances; the physical and the emotional state of the occupants can negatively influence the energy flow. Feng Shui offers you cures to counterbalance the negative, so you can thrive in harmony.
Feng Shui hint: Put photos of quiet places, mountains in the Knowledge area.
4. Improving relationships
SHARE: Appreciate what others do for you and let them know repeatedly.
Focus on their positive side and send your inner critic on vacation.
Watch the tone of your voice when you let them know how you feel about things.
LISTEN. LISTEN. LISTEN! (Ask questions if you need to.)
Feng Shui hint: Pick items that you associate with love for the Relationship area.
5. Magnetizing helpful people into your life
Besides family members and friends, or your community, helpful people can be teachers, mentors, clients, benefactors, even total strangers (like buyers who want to buy your home when you are selling it).
Think about what kind of people you want to attract into your life, and why. Write down their qualities.
Work on yourself: raise your vibration, give them a reason (or several reasons) to approach you.
Put yourself in their environment and show them your value.
Feng Shui hint: Decorate the Helpful People area with objects in white/grey/black.
6. Enhancing creativity
Get out of your comfort zone.
Go against the structure often and exercise your inner freedom muscles.
Silence that know-it-all inner critic.
Brainstorm, and brainstorm, don’t ditch even the seemingly craziest, most out-of-the-box ideas.
Promote your brain health.
Listen to happy music.
Meditate on it.
Use BLUE, that helps your mind to explore and be curious. (Check in with the Bagua if it is the right color choice for a certain area of your space.)
Feng Shui hint: Keep your art supplies in the Creativity area.
7. Being more efficient: saving time, energy, money
Be conscious about what you want to achieve short and long term.
Get organized: declutter and organize your space, your schedule, your relations, your digital presence.
Use Feng Shui: connect with the consciousness of your space and elevate it, so it can support your dreams, goals, the balanced you.
-Rethink your responsibilities.
-Pick your priorities.
-Multitask only if you belong to the 3% of people who can actually do it effectively.
-Break down projects into smaller, more “digestible” tasks to avoid overwhelm. Create a schedule for yourself and be reasonable about it.
-Include rest and relaxation by taking breaks and grounding yourself frequently.
Feng Shui hint: Hang a mirror in the Career area.
8. Living up to your maximum potential and reaching your goals
Utilize your talents, otherwise you will start to stagnate.
Discipline yourself but remember to enjoy the journey.
Have a goal and go towards it one step at a time.
Step out of your comfort zone and the box that others may have put you in.
Ignore the naysayers.
Have an alternative plan.
Be kind to yourself and take good care of you.
Infuse your space energetically with the help of Feng Shui to accelerate your process. Personalized solutions for specific goals.
Feng Shui hint: Set up more lights in the Fame area.
9. Attracting abundance in every form into your life
GRATITUDE: Give thanks for all that you already have.
Raise your vibration: You will draw more synchronicities into your life. It will help you recognize and grab your good fortune in the moment. You will be able to make clear decisions.
Use visualization with emotion to bring your desires into life.
ACT in the physical world to manifest them.
TRUST the Universe.
Work on yourself, change if you need to: let go of old beliefs, face your shadows, release the negative.
DREAM BIG. ALWAYS.
Feng Shui hint: Install a water feature (like a fountain) in the Wealth area.
Be the Magician and co-create with the Universe.
Credit for Featured Image: suju, Pixabay Database
Julianna Kocsis is a Feng Shui Specialist, Organizational Expert, Intuitive Vibrational Catalyst, Textile Design Archivist. She is also the founder of Talila Consulting. Bringing Order and Harmony to your Home, Work and Life.