Most of us have spent more time at home in the last 4 months than we’ve ever had in the past. I was able to work from home for 2 months when the COVID-19 pandemic started.

During that time, Camelia Elias made one of her prompt series on the topic of Home available for free to her newsletter subscribers. I had always been curious about what her prompt series where all about, but had not had the chance to participate. So when she offered one for free, I could not miss the opportunity.

I won’t be describing the prompts here, but I do recommend checking out Camelia Elia’s website and signing up for her prompt series.

While being at home and working on the House prompts I spent some time thinking about my home and how I was relating to the Spirit of my home. I rarely think of my home as having a Spirit. I have spent many years feeling unhappy with the appearance of my home. It has been in a state of “under construction” for more years than I want to admit.

Being at home and thinking about the Spirit of the house helped me shift my perspective and my thoughts about my home. Instead of focusing on what it lacked, I began being grateful for what my house gave us: protection, sanctuary, warmth, space, light, and so much more.

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