At our neighbourhood garden club last week, I got chatting with some of the women. We discussed the changes their life entailed after their husbands retired.
One woman mentioned that every tuesday, she would get up and vacuum / mop the floor on the way out the door to her bowls game. This let the floor dry in the empty house by the time she came back home.
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She’d been in this routine for years, decades even, and suddenly hubby retired and there he was, every tuesday morning, plonked in the middle of her empty house upsetting her routine.
She reminisced about the convenience of her routine and how it made everything fit into a simpler order.
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My house keeping habits, on the other hand, are the polar opposite. I can be found vacuuming on a saturday night or dusting cob webs on a wednesday morning. Random, all over the shop, ok, i never dust, but you get it.
Last week, after quite a long time, i took out the floor mats and vacuumed the floors. Cleaning always brightens and shifts the stuck energy in the house.
A dear friend runs a house cleaning business and she’s also an alternative healer. One of the things she loves is the energetic space clearing she can do whilst she dusts, cleans and tends to the homes of others.
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Having a special nest is such a gift and a blessing. One of my wishes is that everyone had a place to call home. Wonder if we could make that so?
What makes your home a special nest?
Love to hear.
Big love today
I enjoyed this post. I vacuum out the old low vibrational energies and energize them in the vacuum thus enhancing the energy of the house as I clean.
perfect! feels so much better afterwards doesn’t it? sx