Organizing and managing rooms restores the vitality and creativity of those who live in the house. All houses have disaster areas: the room we use for storage, a closet where everything is placed willy-nilly, the garage used as a landfill site, a table piled high in papers and invoices. Feng Shui tells us that we have to tidy up and simplify our things so that energy can flow through the space.
So we must start by looking at where our disaster areas are, from the point of view of an outsider, that is, through the eyes of an unexpected visitor. What would we tidy up first?
The piles of papers, dirty clothing, the kitchen? By doing this exercise, we will realize which areas we must begin to organize and simplify. Give or throw away objects that you do not use, and leave room for new ones. Themore old stuff you get rid of, the more you will receive in the form of new possessions and new opportunities.
Long-lasting chaos stagnates and changes the scenarios of our home.The longer you keep the clutter, the more Chi deteriorates. Passive chaos can be found in garages, basements, wardrobes, all well kept behind closed doors. The fact that we cannot see it does not mean it doesn’t exist. Feng Shui invites us to open all doors, take a look, and begin to put order in our lives. Whether it is behind a door or not, disorder and chaos absorb our vitality and that is why we find it so hard to deal with it.
As we get rid of the things that create chaos, we are inviting a transformation towards creativity and imagination.The motivation will arise when you understand the importance of tidying chaotic spaces, you realize what is happening in your life as you simplify and organize.