“The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest.”
~Thomas Moore, Care of the Soul
This spring has found me on hands and knees busily clearing clutter and polishing the precious pieces I want to keep. Having read and marvelled at the wisdom of Thomas Moore for decades, I know I am caring for my soul as I lovingly care for my home.
A section from a Louise Hay prayer that I repeat often is, ‘I love myself therefore I provide for myself a comfortable home, one that fills all my needs and is a pleasure to be in. I fill the rooms with the vibration of love so that all who enter, myself included, will feel this love and be nourished by it.’
Let’s take time to appreciate our homes and the loved ones we are blessed to share it with, even if they are company and we live alone. When we beautify our homes and surroundings, we nourish our souls. Namaste. Gina
“Rediscover the sacred soulcraft of homecaring.
Creating a comfortable, beautiful, well-run home can be among our most satisfying accomplishments as well as an illuminating spiritual experience. Like sweat equity, channeling your time and creative energy closer to home will produce a big emotional return for yourself and those you love.”
~Sarah Ban Breathnach, Simple Abundance
[Images not mine; found on Pinterest]