Space Clearing Tips for Travellers

Have you ever arrived at a hotel room (or spare room in a house) and you just feel yuck? You arrive somewhere late at night, alone, and you feel out of your depth and homesick, or a bit vulnerable and emotional. Or when you enter, the room simply doesn’t feel good, you feel uncomfortable and you really don’t like the idea of being in the room for any length of time, let alone trying to sleep in it. Hotel rooms have seen and heard A LOT. Goodness only knows who’s been sleeping (or other activities) here, and what their state of mind was at the time. Many places of high traffic flow and transit absorb a lot of energy, and even if it’s not heavy or negative, I kind of liken it to getting into a bath that perhaps 100 people (maybe 1000!)  have been in before me. If I have to dip a toe in it’s one thing (like walking into a shop I can leave quickly) but I don’t want to wallow in it for any length of time. Quite aside from that, many places, particularly smaller guesthouses or even friends’ houses, contain antique ornaments or furniture, which also hold a lot of old energy that can really impact a room (particularly if it’s a bed). So if I know I’m travelling and staying for even one night in a hotel or other accommodation, there are a couple of things I’ll take with me so I can give …