Cleansing the energy of your environment is as important as taking shower, changing the oil in your car, or even swapping out the air filters of your HVAC system. Regardless of whether or not you can see it, positive and negative energy is everywhere. In order to maintain harmony, health, and happiness in your environment you must tend to the energy of your space.
We affect our environment, and our environment affects us.
While sage is typically the "go-to" for most, there are many many other tools and methods that can be used to cleanse the energy of your home, office, or space.
Space cleansing techniques by Sabai Studio pull from a number of disciplines, including but not limited to herbal cleansing, burning salts, crystals, sound, application of Feng Shui principles, Reiki, meditation-based, and intention setting.
How do I know if my space needs cleansing?
In Feng Shui, every inch of our environment corresponds with large facets of our life and there is often a connection between our experiences, the portion of our environment in which those experiences occur, and the major aspect of our life that is represented in that area.
Signs you could benefit from a space energy cleansing:
- frequent arguments or discord in the home or environment
- dis-ease or lack of healthful experiences, frequent or recurring illness
- negative experiences in your environment
- if you feel like you keep seeing something out of the corner of your eye
- if you sense something is "off" or you feel uneasy in your environment
- pets are restless, anxious, or react to something that you cannot physically see
- you are seeking a big change in the monotony of your day-to-day
- moving into a new environment (especially if the previous tenants went through something you wish to not experience like divorce, a business closing, loss of finances, loss of a loved one, etc)
- restlessness or a lack of sleep without objective reason
- areas of your environment you find you and others avoid regularly
The cost of space cleansing is determined by time while factoring in travel distance and square footage.