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2. Cleaning out your purse (or wallet) to establish clarity and calm. Remember that part in Amelie when the narrator says, "She likes to empty out her purse, clean it thoroughly, and finally, put everything away carefully"? It truly is a likable pursuit! With such a limited area, it can't possibly take more than 20 minutes, and it leaves you feeling so clear, calm, and ready for everything.
3. Vacuuming the floor to improve your mood. Have you ever really / really really ever loved / a vacuum? I have. Regardless of how stressed, frazzled, or down you may be, it only takes five minutes to vacuum a room, and then boom: you feel pretty darn great.
5. Rolling up loose change to activate your finances. Whenever it's time to roll up the loose change, I get excited. I play music, burn incense, and get into the fun of it. After all, a bowl of old change feels sort of stagnant and useless, but rolled up it becomes currency and prepares to enter back into the universal flow. When performed with this awareness, rolling up your nickles and dimes can't help but activate your finances in the process.
7. Arranging your bedroom to create the space for romance. If you want to experience romance, simply setting the scene for it can work as a powerful catalyst. Never underestimate its power to call in exactly the romance you crave. Take your time and choose the colors, textures, and images that feel romantic to you, and fine tune them until they feel just right.
9. Drinking water to fine tune your energy field and emotions. Water powerfully holds vibrations and can easily be transformed into a potion for any kind of energetic or emotional shift you desire. Working with flower essences or gem elixirs can help with this, or you can simply take a moment to bless your water and infuse it with a specific energetic and/or emotional quality of your choice.
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11. Making earth-friendly decisions so that all your needs are met and provided for. Our lives are inextricably interwoven with that of our beautiful Mother Earth. And it is her intention to provide plenty of food, water, shelter, and resources to every single one of her beloved children. When we honor and revere her generosity by recycling, reducing, reusing, and generally not being wasteful, we are far less likely to want for anything. This principle has been made famous by the precept waste not, want not. It's famous because it's true.
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