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How to Change the Energy in Your Home

Written by Faith M. Davis

create positive energy photoI'm sure you've noticed that when you are in a bad mood, somehow things get worse. You know how it is: Your husband comes home and suddenly he’s in a bad mood as well, your kids start acting out and not cooperating, the tasks you take on don’t go as you had hoped, and everything just feels miserable.


I don’t want to be the barer of bad news, but when that happens, it is probably because you brought it on yourself. Energy is all around us and the energy that you put out changes the energy of your household (or any location you are in). Your mood will spread out to others and to everything in your surroundings.


That’s why I wrote the article a couple weeks ago about how to change your mood when you are down. Sometimes we dwell in our sorrow or our frustration, but in the end, we are only hurting ourselves and everyone around us more.


Consider yourself a catalyst for everything that happens in your house. Take a situation that you would normally handle one way and handle it differently, and you will create a different result. For example, if you normally lash out at your children when they don’t listen, try handling the situation calmly. Then, notice the different reactions. Be a catalyst for positive energy in your home, and breathe it in feeling it’s peace and serenity.

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Faith M. Davis is an internationally recognized author, freelance writer and marketing professional with a background in life coaching. She writes for holistic business owners and publications, focusing on the subjects and industries she knows and loves most: holistic health, wellness, self-help, metaphysics, inspirational topics and marketing.

To download her free report, "The Missing Link to Goal Planning," click here: www.faithmdavis.com/missing-link-to-goal-planning.

More information about her work and her services can be found at www.faithmdavis.com.



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