Hello and welcome back to the 8 D’s of Feng Shui. The work is done and it’s now time for my Day Off. Why did I include a day off into my feng shui project? Technically, the project is over. So why a day off? It’s time to sit back and look at what I’ve achieved. Taking the time to look back and reflect on where I’ve started and how far I’ve come, makes me realise and appreciate the journey.
My conscious decision to make space for something new by decluttering my house has freed up space physically, emotionally and energetically. However, I don’t feel the need to fill those gaps or vacant spaces with something new immediatly. For me it means to let go and to give life the chance to either leave the space empty, or for existing things to take up more room or to be filled again at some point when the time is right.
Did you give away something you were emotionally attached to? Then now is a good time to say ‘thank you’ for wonderful memories and that it’s time to move on to make new ones. If you’ve trouble letting go, even after you have given it away already, you may try to fill those gaps by tapping into your own heart light and by letting this light fill the gaps for you. Let me know if you need a bit of help with this.
In case you made loads of physical space by giving away furnitures or big piles of clutter, remember that this will give the possibility to rearrange furnitures or to re-organize the garage for example. Letting go is part of the cleansing process of every Feng Shui project. If you’d like some help or need an advise, please feel free to contact me.
So again, why a day off? It actually marks the day when it’s time to give myself the reward I had set for myself at the beginning of the project. Do you remember what you’ve set for yourself? For me it was a bunch of flowers. I chose this reward because flowers are expensive here in New Zealand and I think that they normally last longer and look prettier when getting nurtured by mother earth. However, sometimes it’s wonderful to have flowers in the house. That is why I only buy flowers for special occasions. 🙂
Thank you so much for being part of this series. It’s a joy for me going through the 8 D’s of Feng Shui. And wait, there is one more part to come. Next time it’s the #8 Do it again. I am going to summarize the whole cycle and explain why it’s a good idea to do this process again.
I am looking forward to seeing you again with much aroha [maori for LOVE], Kritara