Balancing the Helpful People and Support area of your home

What’s it all about and why is it so important to make sure this area of your home is in balance? The North West sector of your home is often referred to as the “Helpful People and Travel” area, but I prefer to call it the “Helpful People and Support” area, because on a much deeper level, it actually reflects the level of support, guidance and connection you have in your life as a whole, and in our society of increased dis-connection, this is especially important. Yes, we are in many senses more connected than ever before, with pretty much everything we “need” a mouse click away, however online connection does not translate to the connections that we really need. Physical connection, a heartfelt hug, the quality of relationships you have versus the “likes” on your Facebook page, your connection to the amazing planet we call home and, and most importantly, your connection to your core self, your true Divine Self, the Source of your being. These connections are the ones that bring you feelings of being seen and supported, rather than being isolated and alone, and you cannot underestimate their importance. On another level, this area also relates to the father or alpha male of the house (if there is one). The state of this area will reflect how supported and how motivated he feels, and this can have a huge impact on the rest of the household, because if he isn’t motivated to do what he needs to, …

Are my dream feelings important?

Your Dream Feelings – why are they so important?

I was chatting recently to a couple of kids about their dreams, and more specifically about their dream feelings. They were quite fascinated when I told them I help people work with and understand their dreams for a living, and the 11 year old boy couldn’t wait to tell me about several of his dreams. His younger sister was somewhat more reserved, but after listening to us work through a couple of his dreams, she shyly offered up a recent dream about the circumstances and adventures of a puppy that she remembered in wonderfully clear detail. After she had finished retelling her dream story, she sort of giggled in an embarrassed way, as if I would think she was crazy (which, by the way, is sadly a quite common occurrence, proving in itself just how little value people in our society place on their dream life). I asked her how she felt when she awoke. Without hesitation she answered, “like I wasn’t being looked after”. (image taken from All Pet News website) We as adults have great difficulty in answering the question “how did you feel?” with actual FEELINGS. More often than not our default answer is what we thought, not how we felt. Our FEELINGS are of vital importance, because our feelings are our barometer of whether something is right or wrong in our world. However our feelings are often dismissed or discounted by others, many times because our feelings trigger something in them that they don’t want to …