Doesn't it seem like we're constantly on the go? Often we find ourselves exhausted at the end of the day with no time to relax and center ourselves, let alone spend time with our loved ones and actually enjoy some hobbies and fun. No wonder we're all anxious, fighting illness and grasping at alternative ways to feel good and stay healthy.
By enhancing our home to feel more grounded it will be easier to feel connected and relaxed in your space. You might then find you have a few extra minutes for yoga, mediation, or a card game with the family.
Here are some of my 5 top tips for creating a home that feels grounded
There are many more ways that you can help connect yourself to the earth and using the earth element of the 5 Element System of Feng Shui can be a lifesaver some days. I specifically struggle with feeling grounded in these long winters. If you need extra help reach out and let's create your own feeling of grounding in your home.
8/18/2021 01:23:03 pm
The majority of us has no clue where to begin with how to survive a pandemic (though a few of us thought toilet paper might be the answer), but we can share what we do know. We know how to come together and rejoice, be goofy, forgive, be brave, grieve, show sadness, share frustration, mourn, and express worry. And this is one of life's opportunities to show our kids how to do these things and teach them that each of these things can be happening at the same time sometimes. Humans are not born innately knowing how to do these things - our caring adults showed us how (many of us remember in times of grief and loss having the community gather together, each with a casserole, or a bottle and share in celebration and mourning, while we watched and learned what that looked like). While there isn't a rule book, the one thing that matters is that we do these things together, in connection and with love. And that is how we keep hearts safe.
8/18/2021 01:24:55 pm
After a morning full of taking pictures, hiking, exploring the lava tube and attempting yoga poses in precarious locations, Erika sat down on the slick rock and said she wanted to just sit for a minute. She reminded me of the importance of just sitting and taking in the view. No hiking, no pictures, no expectations. Just enjoying the moment. Those moments are not pictured and I'm happy that they aren't. We need more of those.
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