Spring Cleaning

By March 24, 2014 No Comments

After a long and snowy winter and more snow scheduled this week, the northeast is ready fro spring!  After hibernating for the winter, I find there’s nothing better to get my energy going than a good spring cleaning.  It really helps free up stuck energy all around me and refocuses my priorities.

Shifting furniture, washing curtains, cleaning windows and under the bed, rearranging bookshelves, goes along way toward loosening stagnant energy.  Painting, changing room arrangements, and repurposing spaces works energetically as well.

Setting up your home to reflect current interests and activities will help maintain positive energy in the seasons ahead.

Spring is also a great time to evaluate your clutter and what has accumulated around you.  Once you put away winter items you’ll use again, you can reevaluate what you’ll need going into summer.  If you have anything that is unused or unwanted in your home, now is a great time to let it go.

As you free up space around you, you may find a corresponding letting go of thoughts and emotions that no longer serve you.

If you’ve been through a transition, move or illness, a deeper space clearing might be needed.  Sage sticks, sea sat and singing bowls all help clear spaces on a deeper level.

As you’re working in your home and clearing out old energy, allow new ideas and insight to come to you.  When you create space in your environment, you may notice new opportunities and synchronisities presented to you.  All them to spring up along with the daffodils and enjoy!

If you’re needing a bit more inspiration, please join me at the Village Bean in Windham, NH on April 1st from 12:30-1:30 pm for talk on spring cleaning and space clearing.  There is no charge for this event.  Hope to see you there and Happy Spring!


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