Over the last two months, we have looked at the exterior and interior of your home. This month I want to finish part III by expanding and focussing once more on the interior and ask you the same questions as I have previously asked you to help to put you in the right mindset again.
Do you pay attention to your surroundings?
Do you walk around with both eyes open?
Or do you walk around as though you have both eyes shut?
Most of us are guilty of seeing but not paying attention to what is around us, mainly because we are all so busy being busy. I encourage you to take some time out, take a note pad and pen and walk around the inside of your home as though it is for the first time. Make a conscious effort to open your eyes and actually see…
Start by standing at your front door, as you walk in what do you notice? See what new visitors see for the first time. Are you happy with what you see?
Here are some more questions and solutions you may want to pay attention to.
Solution: Take that photograph down and replace it with a photograph of you and your partner that makes you happy. Pay special attention if you have a photograph of an ex-boyfriend or ex-girlfriend. This old energy from the past must be removed as soon as possible otherwise you won’t attract anyone new into your life.
Solution: Pictures of flowers or landscapes are great in the bathroom. Be very mindful of picking the correct image.
Solution: Be mindful of what you are doubling, and either move the mirror or replace what the mirror is doubling if this item is not of any benefit to you.
Solution: Put the knives away out of sight in a drawer or cupboard (remember to keep them out of the reach of small children).
These questions are for guidance, to put you in the right mind-set to pay attention to your environment as you walk around your home. Once you are focussed you will begin to notice lots of other things. The trick is to actually look! If you have any questions, want advice or reassurance about anything you find in your home which you are unsure about, please take a photograph and email it to me on firstname.lastname@example.org with your question and I will be happy to help.