Author – Ardas Khalsa – October 2016
I would do the oddest thing when I was sent to my room as a kid. I would organize my sock drawer, in ROYGBIV rainbow color order. No playing with dolls, no reading, no drawing, no. Me, I would make something messy and turn it into something beautiful.
Now I get it. I needed some sense of order in my crazy family. Their ways made no sense to me. The manic-depressive stepmother and the angry controlling father were a bit too much. The sock drawer was way more fun. I had no control of my environment, but I had control of that drawer. I loved what order and beauty could produce together.
So since I was a teenager I’ve been helping people make sense of their environments; both physically and energetically. I clear people’s homes and offices from top to bottom, from ghosts to junk of the past (sometimes these are the same things), from poverty in this life or the last 10 lives, from worthlessness to worthiness. This is what I do, through ones own space. I don’t know where I learned this. It’s just the way I’m made.
I’ve felt drugs in the air in a couple’s home, later to get confirmation that they were addicted to prescription meds. I’ve felt total despair in a girlfriend’s rental apartment later to come to find that a suicidal gay man used to rent that same apartment. I’ve sat in the room of a boy who took his own life, feeling the story and depth of pain, later to be told the exact story the space told me.
You see vibrations exist in a space, and so the saying ‘the walls talk’. It’s all there in the frequency of the air. You can feel it with all your senses if you want to.
But I will tell you that the biggest missing link people have with this space clearing stuff is this: your outer space=your inner space.
Yes JP Sears, you can totally rag on this!
Every object you own holds a vibration. If it holds you up, if it inspires you, if it serves the real you, keep it. If it holds you back, holds you down, irritates you or makes you feel sad, angry or just plain shitty, chuck it.
But if you can’t let the heavy stuff go, you’ve got to go inward and know the truth. Face it. Heal it. Let it go. Then change the environment to reflect that work. Take it all up a notch. Upgrade.
But the truth is that your environments won’t change for the better in any real lasting way until your inner environments change. And that takes practice. Daily, committed, and sincere practice.
For me, the best ways I’ve found to change my inner world are through daily prayer (my connection to my true longing), meditation (my commitment to taking out the garbage of my mind and hearing my soul), and service to others (experiencing the power of self sacrifice).
Just doing the outer work wont stick. Beautiful spaces, nice clothes, hair, or whatever. Likewise, just doing the inner work wont stick either. You’ve got an earth plane and that needs care. You are you and the space you live in both. And if you want me to give you a leg up and kick your butt at the same time, just call. Remember where you are going, you can’t take it with you. You can’t take your earthly crap and you don’t want to take your spiritual pain either. All we want to take in death to the One is the great rainbow colored beauty of our own souls.
Here’s to your inner and outer world being of great and true beauty.
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