Do you know what you want?
How long have you been a seeker?
Are you aware that at one point it is a luxury not to step onto your path?
Seeking: Has it become a comfort zone? A lifestyle?
Watching videos, reading books about other people’s journeys and life-turning experiences. Exhilarating, huh?
What about actively living your story?
Enthusiastically traveling your journey?
Wholeheartedly making your life choices?
Are you stuck in the waiting game? Expecting outside circumstances to force you into action? Hoping that all the chips will fall into place perfectly?
Ignoring nudges from the universe (signs, symbols, synchronicities), or brushing off your own creative sparks?
Not making the effort? Not trying at all?
Are you longing for something new?
Why is it crucial to get out of your comfort zone when you want change?
Because movement triggers change.
First state your clear intention to the universe and know that you will reach your goal.
For some it might mean physically changing locations.
Exercise – even if it is a short walk – to help the energy flow in your system.
Create a habit and stick to it. You will notice after a while that you become impatient with stagnant energies in your home (and in other people) as well.
Detox – juicing and journaling anyone?
Visualize reaching your goal.
Start a new hobby, learn something new.
Face your shadow and your fears.
Solve unresolved issues with people in your life to reach peace.
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Just think about how much time you spend looking for items, going through things, constantly being alarmed, never being able to relax and enjoy your place.
Now, close your eyes, take a deep breath, and visualize your space (house, apartment) empty, just the walls, painted the colors you want.
Gradually, furnish your place, bring in just the right pieces of furniture and accessories.
Hmmm…Look around. No clutter, no mess, no unnecessary stuff that steal valuable energy from you. Today there might be a difference between your beautiful vision and your sobering reality. You are the Key, the Magician (or Fairy if you wish) who can turn things around whenever you want.
Start now, so your wonderful vision can become your harmonious reality.
Have your checklist ready!
- Size up furniture pieces.
Less is more. You would not want your nest look like a furniture store.
In love with a hanging chair fixed to the ceiling in the middle of your studio apartment? (It is not an urban legend. I saw it…) You must say goodbye to it if it is blocking traffic and your opportunities to evolve.
Having some useful pieces reupholstered will do wonders to the atmosphere.
- Move things around.
When you lack the right storage system, your life can turn into a nightmare. Is everything in sight and nowhere to pack it away? Your brain will be in nonstop overdrive, too many impressions bombarding you from every angle. What is all this stuff all over the place?
Declutter. Yes or No? No Maybe pile. Decide, be quick and ruthless.
- Chase dust bunnies.
Dirt drastically drags the energy down. Get rid of it. Regular cleaning should be natural. No excuses. Just do it. Air the rooms, deep clean/ wash the fabrics, as they trap odor and dust mites.
- Change areas.
Perhaps it is not enough anymore to have a fold-down table as your home office. Arrange areas the best possible way for the activities that take place there.
- Use the color turquoise.
A color that is very helpful when you are in a rut and don’t know which way to go, turquoise could lift your spirits when applied on the wall or as accessories.
- Start ASAP.
Check the astrology. Planetary transits may give you more insight into why things seem to be dragging along. But even if it is a small step, take it NOW.
- Crown the process with Feng Shui.
Use Feng Shui to supercharge your intentions and your actions.
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Make the fall season count.
Make a move.
Make a difference.
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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.