By Anatara

As you look around the space, which supports your daily living, what do you see? Do you see the familiar? What does the furniture look like? Are there pictures on the walls, which remind you of places, feelings, or people that you love and appreciate? Are you comfortable in your surroundings? Do you feel at home here?

Is this space inviting to you and your fluctuating moods?
Does this home space reflect comfort and peace to you? Can you truly relax here?

Most importantly, does this space welcome you? Do you feel that you are invited to be at ease while here? Can you easily Effervesce and be your truth here?

Or, do you feel slightly uncomfortable? Are you uneasy, irritated, or bothered by this space in which you spend much of your time?

Without imposing any judgment about whether you feel at home or not in your home, look at the elements that form the network of things that surround you. As you brought these things home, why did you choose them? What did they say to you, why did you want them to be with you?

Observe what makes you feel happy, observe what feels neutral, be aware of anything that irritates or makes you want to turn away. Do certain pieces open you to a sense that you are in the ‘right’ place?

Take a good look at what surrounds you.

Do you feel good, alive, in synch with your truest nature in the presence of these things? Can you feel your truest nature bubbling up and flowing through you?

Does your space allow you to Effervesce?
Is there anything that you would like to add or eliminate?

Simply take stock of your surroundings…and then decide if your bubbliness, your truth, is held in check, or invited to come forward by the elements of your home space.

Have fun with this idea. It doesn’t have to be done all at once.

Play with yourself, and with the things around you. Sometimes just moving one thing from place to place can dramatically change the dynamic, opening you to the flow of your very essence.

With Blessings and Love, Anatara

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