Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Spongebob Squarepants.
Okay, so your clients don't live in a pineapple under the sea, but their home is like a sponge.
It absorbs vibes from everyone who comes onto their property and enters the home. Yeah, like those shitty teenagers who egged the garage door in the middle of the night. Yes, even your annoying cousin Bart who couldn't say a nice thing to save his life. And, of course, don't forget Aunt Ginny, the energy vampire who loves to knock everyone down a notch.
These people that are invited into a home bring their vibes and not all the vibes that enter a home are good. With the hustle and bustle of the holidays upon us, here's are 3 easy ways to raise the vibe at home.
Grid The Property + The Home
Remember that I told you vibes affect from the property line all the way into the home so that means it'd be a good idea to get some black tourmaline and put a piece in each corner of the property. You're setting up your own invisible barrier where you can imagine each stone is a fence post.
Also, do this in every corner of the home, but you can skip the garage if that hasn't been turned into a man-cave living space. We're looking to just make a grid in the home where the living is actually happening.
Black tourmaline absorbs negative vibes and repels that bad shit.
Sage That Shit
Sage, while stinky to some, is a way to purify the air and get rid of residual bad juju in the home. When you use sage the practice is called smudging. It's an ancient practice that has been used for years in many religions and cultures all around the world. Bonus: Smoke from the Sage purifies the air.
Open a window
Light Sage bundle and use an abalone shell to catch any ashes or lit particles.
Start at the front door of the house and make your way around it clockwise. Say a prayer to yourself (or out loud) while walking around.
Swirl yourself and anyone else with the smoke.
Close the process with a prayer of thanks.
Now, if people are allergic to or just plain ol' hate smoke then your second option is to replace the sage bundle with some Palo Santo spray and follow the same steps as above.
Himalayan Salt Lamps
Get yourself some Himalayan salt lamps. Yes, if you have an authentic salt lamp, it is real salt and salt is a cleansing crystal. Plus they pump out the negative ions which are actually positive for us humans. I talk more about the benefits of Himalayan Salt Lamps here.
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Alycia Wicker is an business consultant focused on helping holistic interior designers get clarity in their business so they can leverage their gifts in a way that support their life's purpose.