Fallon and I had a wonderful team meeting with Rachel Belle, a Seattle journalist who has a segment, “Ring My Belle,” on the ‘Don and Ron Show’ on KIRO Radio, 97.3 FM, in Seattle.
Rachel contacted us because she’d seen an article in the “New York Times” about space clearing. She asked us to conduct a mini-clearing of her Seattle apartment and recorded it for her radio show.
“Home Energy Cleansing: The Crystal Ball That Does Windows” is the result.
I found Rachel to be smart, curious, and funny, all excellent qualities in a reporter. She was unfamiliar with space clearing, which a lot of people are, and part of our session was explaining that it does not mean we dust or vacuum!
Space clearing cleanses the vibrations of a space. That means as we go about our day we leave bits and pieces of our emotions, feelings, and experiences behind us in the places we visit, in particular our home and business spaces.
Our space clearing service operates differently than others as well. I believe in creating partnerships between people and their spaces, to mesh the needs of both sides. That is because I believe that everything is alive, has a soul, consciousness, responsibility, free choice, and an attitude. I have discovered in my work and in my personal life that living as an equal with all life adds depth and richness plus an easy, comfortable, almost mystical connection with the things around me, whatever they are. We need an edge in our lives, a way to be enriched and nurtured as we deal with daily stresses, and space clearing does that.
Before Fallon and I do a space clearing we find out what the people need and want in the space, whether it’s real estate buy/sell, a feeling of being stuck, team building at work, or simply a refreshing change. Then I go and ask the space what it needs and wants, and come back to the people with what I learn. This often results in amazing interactions with people and their spaces—from offers to support creativity to re-energized people and spaces.
Homes are particularly emotional beings. Why? Because their job is to support and nourish us (and, I’ve discovered, they take their job very seriously). Rachel’s situation was interesting. Her home was quite clear for a 100-year-old building, but it was jealous of her work space, which she felt was getting all her attention. Rachel was interested in boosting her creativity at home with art projects, and we talked about defining spaces in a home. Part of my job with clients is to help them define areas in their home that are dedicated for certain activities, from bedrooms that are just for rest, to even a small space dedicated to creative projects.
People can hire us to clear their spaces for them, and to teach them how to do it for themselves.
Do you use space clearing at home and work? What are you results?
A big thank you to Rachel Belle for the interview. She was a lot of fun, we had fun, and her work and home spaces got her attention. It’s an awesome world!
© 2013 Robyn M Fritz