Clearing 7 Years Bad Luck

You may have read we’re experiencing a bit of bad luck at Chez Wright.

If you have no idea what I’m talking about, this post explains it.

This isn’t a new thing. In fact it started 18 April 2008.

That’d add up to almost 7 years of bad luck, if my mental arithmetic serves me right.

Now I’m thinking it’s not bad karma. I’ve been clocking up karma points, on a regular basis, for a long time. And I do not recall breaking any mirrors.

Mirror Mirror

This shot was taken in my hall mirror. ‘Mirror mirror on the wall, who takes the scariest selfie of them all?”

Which makes me think there may be something else at play. Stay with me on this.

Those who read this blog may have picked up that I’m quite a spiritual person, and have a very open mind.

18 April is a date that is forever etched into my memory. It should have been an amazing day. We were due to collect the keys to our wonderful new ‘forever’ home, and at 32 weeks pregnant with our second, and last child, life could not have been sweeter.

That same day the first catastrophic bad news bomb dropped.

The first bomb was the ignition on moving toward a family life simply done.

You can read about the start of our journey here.

I’m starting to wonder if our ‘forever’ home has bad energy. In fact I’m not ‘starting’ to wonder. There’s been a nagging doubt as to how perfect our home really is, for a while.

Everyone has bad luck, I totally understand and appreciate that, and although we’ve had, and continue to have, a bumpy ride I also know things could be much worse.

“I had the blues because I had no shoes until upon the street, I met a man who had no feet.” Denis Waitley

But at the same time I’m thinking anything is worth a shot to try to reverse the current downward spiral.

When reading about decluttering and feng shui, the subject of space clearing pops up from time to time.

In fact one of my favourite decluttering authors, Karen Kingston, is the worlds leading authority in this field.

“Energetically, everything that ever happens in a building goes out in ripples like the effect of a stone being dropped in a pond. It is recorded in the walls, floor, ceiling, furniture, and other objects in the place. It gets astrally imprinted into the very fabric of the structure. Repetitive actions and behaviours are deeply imprinted, and events accompanied by strong emotions or trauma are the most strongly imprinted of all.” Karen Kingston

Tonight I’m downloading another of Karen’s books  – this one is all about space clearing.

I’ll be blogging about our space clearing journey. This is for 2 reasons. Firstly to keep me on track with going through the process, and secondly to share information with others who may be interested in the principles.

Please do come along for the ride! I’m hoping it’s going to be a smoother one.

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  • Apple March 22, 2015, 11:06 pm

    I’d like to think that everything happens for a reason. Looking back in my life, no matter how bad certain events were, years on I now know how that event lead to something positive or helped me avoid something even worse.
    This might be a very naive way of looking at life and death, but it has got me through life’s toughest hurdles so far.

    Looking forward to reading about your journey towards peace.

  • Apple March 22, 2015, 11:06 pm

    I’d like to think that everything happens for a reason. Looking back in my life, no matter how bad certain events were, years on I now know how that event lead to something positive or helped me avoid something even worse.
    This might be a very naive way of looking at life and death, but it has got me through life’s toughest hurdles so far.

    Looking forward to reading about your journey towards peace.

  • Tina March 23, 2015, 12:31 am

    Hi Jo,
    I can relate. We built our forever home and as soon as we moved in everything started falling apart. Our finances, health, horrible neighbors moved in next door. After eight years, we sold it and moved into our tiny, cosy cottage and I couldn’t be happier. the last five years have been wonderful and I even had a blessing at the old house and did smudging. Go with your gut instinct and move on. I love Karen Kingstons books too. Good luck.

  • Tina March 23, 2015, 12:31 am

    Hi Jo,
    I can relate. We built our forever home and as soon as we moved in everything started falling apart. Our finances, health, horrible neighbors moved in next door. After eight years, we sold it and moved into our tiny, cosy cottage and I couldn’t be happier. the last five years have been wonderful and I even had a blessing at the old house and did smudging. Go with your gut instinct and move on. I love Karen Kingstons books too. Good luck.

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