We tend to be aware of some of the visual information we absorb. However, we are not conscious of registering much of what we see, and much of what we absorb with our other senses. Most of the time we may be unaware of what influences our feeling state, perception of a place, response to objects or sense of right placement.
Professional Communication & Spaces
When creating a professional space, there are many variables to attend to so that the space is a clear, coherent space that is aligned with your professional intention. These elements are all the variables that impact our senses. They range from light, to sound, to visual harmony, to the service we receive. Many of these same elements impact the experience of your home environment.
When it comes to your home, your preferences for each space may change as your activities in that space evolve. It is essential that you are able to redefine a space, or reconfigure the furniture at times of transition or evolution. Revisiting the use of a space, and reevaluating the qualities of that space can ensure that a space will transform with you, rather than restricting your unfolding.
Incongruity in your environment is an invitation to greater inner alignment. When you are suffering from:
- the inability to feel belonging
- discomfort and disorientation in your living environment
- disappointment in your newly built, purchased or remodeled home
- failure to adjust to major life transitions
- chronic disorganization
you are in the midst of an opportunity to deepen your connection to your values and needs.
One of the first challenges for a highly sensitive person in finding a sense of belonging can be relinquishing notions they have of what home means. Most of us carry childhood notions of what home should be like, and for most sensitives, their notion of home is not what they experienced as children. There is…
To create a conscious space, you need to focus on the dynamics in the space. Each interpersonal or physical space has distinct qualities that can be nurtured or altered once they become conscious elements of your experience.
Whoever has learned how to listen to trees no longer wants to be a tree. He wants to be nothing except what he is. That is home. That is happiness.