Dull spaces are common in some parts of homes, workplaces, or any other places. They can be easily identified and energised to bring out a more harmonious balance.
Where can you find dull spaces?
Dull spaces can be inherent or created. Inherent dull spaces are areas that are poorly lit or poorly ventilated that host stagnant energies. While other dull spaces are a result of heavy decorations or storage uses. In some instances, dull spaces can be unused areas too.
How to energise dull spaces?
When spaces are dulled by choice, it is much easier to handle. Keeping windows open improves air circulation and energises the area greatly. Or keeping lighter or brighter curtains tied up allows more natural light into the room. Thick dark drapes dull spaces with a heavy feel. Avoid such drapes if possible.
Dull spaces are cluttered spaces too. Spaces with many floor-to-ceiling or tall storage units crowd out the energy of a given area. This situation may be aggravated by heavy materials like big wooden tables or dark colours. If you could identify with this, a change in the play of colours on the walls or a cheerful table cloth will lighten such spaces a lot.
Unused spaces are often neglected areas that are left bare or with little furniture. When neglected, there is little sign of usage by owners and the flow of energy is still. This neglect breeds dullness and sometimes negativity. They should not remain neglected after reading this. Energise it weekly with a tealight candle after you have checked for possible fire hazards. Place a piece of obsidian or pyrite crystal in the area to ward off any further stagnation and negativity. Fresh flowers or indoor plants help to negate dullness too.
In designing your new home or workplace, plan with the the idea of 'less is more'. Working on your new space is an exciting time but do not lose sight of balancing spaces, if not, you might end up creating dull ones. Try not to squeeze in as many storage units and furniture as you could, hoping to get the most value out of what you have paid for, or you may run the risk of jeopardising the delicate balance between space capacity and its harmony. You could handle this easily in your mind. Imagine all the planned spaces. Do you feel light and happy being in it? If you are, it is likely that you have made the right choices. If not, simply make some adjustments.
De-cluttering is essential before you move to your new place. Do not bother to lug all your old stuff along. It adds zero value to space planning. In fact, it transfers the previous negativity into a new place. Alas, what a waste! That is not what a move is all about! Aim for newness and change when you move. Ride on the tide of ushering new blessings to your new place. As a general rule of thumb that I have learnt from an ex-colleague, if you have not used those books, cookwares, accessories or clothes in the last three years, you probably would never use them again. Just donate or throw them away. Don't ever look back. It is not worth it.
It is already November! Revitalise your spaces soon for great blessings in 2014.
In violet love and joy,