Monday 8 January 2018

How to Create Peace in Your Home.

Organize and Chair
Finally home, and how does it feel? Do you feel tension, stress, or are you overwhelmed by the environment and want to book a trip out of town.
Surprisingly many people feel this uneasiness when they return home there is little sense of harmony. You can also tell a lot about a person by their living quarters. It can reveal if they are depressed, unhappy or anger. This can be viewed through clutter, decorations, if the place is in disorder, or just has the energy of unhappiness. Ancient wisdom does explain that your environment effects and is a reflection of who you are. In order to have a calm oasis after a taxing day we will look at what you can do to create a better home—one of peace.
"Decorate your home. It gives the illusion that your life is more interesting than it really is," Charles M. Schulz
Reduce Clutter
Clutter can create nervousness and tension UCLA found. This can affect you mood, peace and joy. “The physical characteristics of living and work spaces, including features like crowding, clutter, noise, and artificial light, have been shown to affect mood and health.” Start by cleaning one room at a time. Take care of the dishes or bag unwanted items to donate to others. It will make you feel better and make the home more enjoyable.
Add Color and Light
Add color and open up the blinds to let fresh air and light into the cave. Color influences your mood. Choose colors that represent good memories and times. "Color is a universal, nonverbal language, and we all intuitively know how to speak it. What color you paint your walls isn't just a matter of aesthetics. It's a tool that can be leveraged to affect emotions and behavior,” WebMD reported in an interview with color consultant Leslie Harrington.

Play Music
Play music. This can be upbeat, or sounds of the ocean, it doesn’t matter. Music can change the atmosphere from sad to happy and calm pretty quickly. This is why experts use music therapy for sick and depressed patients. You can add a fountain to the patio or the backyard if this relaxes you. Small desk fountains can be purchased as well.
Use aroma therapy candles and oils. Buy flowers or a plant to make you feel good. When these are in place try to live in the moment and enjoy the music, and atmosphere. Add some essential oil like lavender and massage it into the temples. Try  peppermint, orange and lemon to feel refreshed. You can add lavender mixed with water and spray it on pillows. Aromatherapy has been used for over 4,000 years to help with stress, and pain. 
Get Rid of Bad Stuff
If you still have old pictures of an old flame, their clothes, or any object that makes you feel sad or angry. You can pack it away or have a funeral for it. Even professional decorators recognize this is no way to live and you will never move on. “When the associations are negative these reminders can drain you. Be aware of the items in your home that are associated with undesirable feelings. By removing this "bad mojo" you will be one step closer to creating a serene space, ” wrote Assistant Social Editor for Veranda and Elle.

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