The reason for the title is that I or rather we are moving house.
Again! I hear many of you saying.
The current dwelling has done what we hoped it would, convince us that Northern living suits us and it certainly does.
Our new home is in a small village called Kirkby Malzeard near Ripon, still within Nidderdale and still close to many wonderful walks.
But, surrounded by loads of boxes, I began to wonder what actually makes a home, home?
As we begin to take down pictures off the walls and pack away all our crystals, pots and pans, statues of the Buddha and Ganesh, clothes etc the house begins to feel a lot less like home and more like a bomb site!
But the energies have changed, very subtly but they have changed.
I certainly don’t feel settled and am ready to go to start the next adventure in our new home.
So, what is the cause of this?
I have always been convinced that houses talk to us (if only more people were prepared to listen to what they say) and they know when it is time for you to move on allowing the next family to move in and enjoy living within the four walls.
I know with the healing work that I have done on the house will be beneficial to the new owners and as I leave I will ask that anything that we have created or left behind that may be detrimental to the next owners be removed and that the energies are left in peace, balance and harmony for them.
My proverbial hat is now in the new house, it doesn’t feel like home yet but it will do soon, an open fire will help and so will carrying out some house healing, clearing away all past energy patterns left by past owners.
We need to be living there, to bring a new energy to the house, to raise the vibration, to tend the garden, to make the house ours.
To me home is where the heart is not where you hang your hat!
Liverpool Course: Would anyone be interested in me teaching a Heal Your Home course on the outskirts of Liverpool? I have three people so far who would be interested but need around 10 to make it totally viable. Do let me know if this is of interest and then I can start looking at dates.