Your Home has the Power to Heal by Gina Lazenby
After the last two years with so many folks sent home from work and forced to into periods of lockdowns, our relationship with home has changed significantly. People are now perhaps changing priorities and valuing different aspects of home .. how space is used, what use is made of a garden or growing areas, and making room for home-working on a longer term basis to name but a few aspects.
“If there is light in the soul,
There is a beauty in the person,
If there is beauty in the person,
There will be harmony in the house,
If there is harmony in the house,
There will be order in the nation,
If there is order in the nation,
There will be peace in the world.”
How many people see the potential in their home for it to be a source of healing? It is one thing to escape the noise and stress of the outside world and cocoon yourself in the sanctuary of your own space, it is quite another to look at your home and use it for healing. The application of Feng Shui principles can really change people’s wellbeing and have a significant impact but it is not always people’s go-to action when there is illness.
There is so much within our control that we can adjust like lighting, setting up for deeper sleep in the bedroom, exposure to electromagnetic fields particularly the wifi, and what we keep in our own larder and kitchen … a place which is in fact one of the world’s greatest pharmacies! In addition to that, the 21st century first aid kit can now include a fantastic range of modern gadgets, some of which use old-fashioned ideas while others are truly space age technology. Read Gina Lazenby’s latest article in the House Of PreEminence magazine where her current column looks at how ‘Your Home has the Power to Heal’. “We barely scratch the surface of what is possible and I would love to hear what remedies and adjustments people are using or recommending for others to use in our quest for healing and better health” says Gina.  Turn to page 36 in this beautiful, digital glossy magazine designed for women change-makers.

Link for the magazine