8 Ways to Fill Your Home with Positive Energy November 24 2015, 0 Comments
Have you ever entered a home that seemed to emanate a happy, positive, relaxed energy? Here are some simple ideas of how to bring some of those wonderful vibes into your own home.
- Hang a Hamsa -- In many cultures, the hamsa (sometimes called the Hand of Fatima) is believed to defend against the evil eye.
- Decorate with Pyrite -- Pyrite is oftentimes said to create a defensive shield against negative energies, environmental pollutants, and emotional and physical attacks. Try including some pyrite on a book shelf or as a paperweight to bring not only the positivity, but the bling, into your abode.
- Burn sage -- Throughout history, people from many different places and cultures have burned white sage to enhance positive energy, cleanse living spaces, and invite protection into the home. "Sage" is Latin is "salvia," which means "to heal."
- Spray sage, too! -- When you purchase items and bring them into your home, spray them with sage spray to cleanse the items of any negative energy they may carry into your home.
- Add lucky leaves -- According to the principles of feng shui, a lucky bamboo plant sttracts auspicious chi energy. Try placing your own near your front door and bunching some sticks together in a vase for even more good vibes.
- Turn on a Himalayan Salt Lamp -- Salt lamps attract humidity and when heated with an incandescent bulb, it accelerates evaporation, which produces negative ions which combats air pollutants. It sounds complicated, but basically, they're really beneficial to you. The light produced by the lamps is also said to increase relaxation, and decrease stress. They're pretty, too!
- Burn Frankincense -- Frankincense promotes calm and peace. It's used to relieve stress and anxiety. Incense sticks and essential oils are helpful, too.
- Add Jasmine -- The smell of jasmine is thought to help with matters of both love and friendship, and can help bring out people's inner-beauty. The Dyptique home scent is a particular favorite to many, but you can try using jasmine in stick or essential oil form as well.
Author: Justina Blakeney