Every human spirit requires peace and quiet, and home is the place, above all others, where we should be able to shut out the bustle and anxieties of the world. The spiritual integrity of the home was revered by our ancestors, and the rituals they observed to protect and maintain it hold valuable lessons for the modern world.
from: Space Clearing by Stella Martin
I may be in the minority but I am not sad to see the summer coming to an end. September and October are my favorite months with the cooler temperatures, bright blue skies and the balance of day and night. The urge to hibernate and nest is already starting to germinate in my body.
I have been longingly eyeing up my closets and drawers that are really in need of some organization. September is a great time to get reorganized, focused and back on track from too much summer. It is also a great time for a cleanse or detox, not just in your body but in your house.
[su_quote cite=”Liesha”]It is difficult to reach a state of inner peace if our material surroundings are in turmoil and filled with clutter. I feel ready to let go of people, places and things that no longer serve my highest good. The need to simplify and to achieve a state of mental, physical and spiritual harmony is knocking at the door of my soul.[/su_quote]
It is difficult to reach a state of inner peace if our material surroundings are in turmoil and filled with clutter. I feel ready to let go of people, places and things that no longer serve my highest good. The need to simplify and to achieve a state of mental, physical and spiritual harmony is knocking at the door of my soul.
A Healthy Home Detox
The benefits of eating clean, nutritious, whole foods are clear; the less toxins, chemicals and junk you feed your body, the more vibrant a life you’ll lead. While the phrase “you are what you eat” stands true, the state of your environment can also impact your health.
Many of us have done a detox in order to eliminate internal toxins from our body, but how many of us do anything about the toxins in our own homes? Common household and body-care products are increasingly being found to have negative health effects on the nervous and immune systems, on our reproductive systems and on our endocrine, cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
Taking more care to reduce our exposure to both internal and external toxins, by detoxing our bodies and our living space allows the body’s own detoxification to function more efficiently. This strengthens our resilience to the daily onslaught of factors impacting our health.
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- Preview of the September Webinar with Leo McCormick, D.C.
- A Special Invitation to help increase awareness about thermography