How to create a healing home


My home was a rainbow house when I first moved in because I was working on all Chakras simultaneously.

As I dug deeper into self-actualisation, my home became more neutral and the canvas became my healing landscape. I really believe that your home reflects your ‘ Human’ condition at it’s level of evolution.  What do you mean Marilyn?

Well, your home reflects your mental and emotional situation..

We have all seen the TV series Horders and also the new show by Marie Kondo reiterates this point change your home through clearing clutter then you change your life. Changing your decor, colour, or adding an accent wall or cushions can transform any, also the use of candles, incense and crystals can make a home feel calm and tranquil . I have listed 5 tools you can use consciously to change your environment to support yourself.

1 . Space clearing / Clutter Clearing

Self explanatory, but clearing old clothes, magazines or books creates space for new things to come into your life. Holding onto outdated clothes or shoes can create a sense of heaviness. Check out Marie Kondo’s show on Youtube or Netflix.

2. Air Purifiers

Fresh air by opening our windows, by opening our windows we are letting go of the energy we processed the day or night before. Fresh air creates more fluidity in your home this is really important if you are suffering from Depression and anxiety.

Air purifiers are also great for allergy sufferers, damp environments as well as dust mites in rooms

Other natural purifiers
Sage. Palo Santo or Sweetgrass - Ok I am not rewriting the wheel as this is very basic, but Sage is good to use very quickly to purify a space, and these scents are very good for clearing the atmosphere.

Essential Oils - Lavender /  Frankincense / Juniper - Does what Sage et al does

Rose/ Ylang Ylang/ Jasmine - To create that mood for romance or self-love.

Lemongrass / Peppermint- To stimulate that mind for study, conversation or concentration.

3. Artwork

Purchase artwork from independent artists or create your own check out Pinterest or join my list for my creative workshops. you can see past events here .

Artwork that reflects the things your love or the mood you want to capture is an affirmation of who you are, so choosing artwork will create an atmosphere of calm or positivity.

4. An altar

Please check my post on Altars creating a space for you to meditate, honour your family or ancestor.

An altar is like a portal between you and spirit and all your wishes can be placed on your altar. You can have one in every room.

5. Natural Products
Limiting the use of plastic in your home reduces environmental waste and is also more beneficial for your health as plastic can leech harmful chemicals . Wooden bowls, paper straws and china cups also add to the clean healing element to your home. Save old jars and bottles for storage and to hold fruit juices and smoothies.

Try to have more natural fibres where possible and replace synthetic items with more natural materials slowly as this can be expensive to do at once. I am slowly replacing some of my soft furnishings with more natural products where possible.

For cleaning try using essential oils, vinegar and soda crystals to have a cost effective cleaning product (please check my future posts on Natural cleaning products).

Want to change your life then take my Free Creative Healing Life coaching course.

Let me know what you do to create your healing home.


Recommended book by Marie condo

Air Purifier


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5 Tools that levelled up my business and increased my income in 2019

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After my last blog reviewing 2018 and increasing my income, rates and clients I was asked by many how I do it.  Let us go back to 2013/14 I was running several online programmes and working for an organisation, but I got burnt out because I was spending too much time spreading myself thinly.  Even though my 30/30 wellness programme and moon circles were running great but I was tired because I had to constantly check in. Sending and organising invoices were ok but it was done manually which took time, using a spreadsheet.

Anyway, for my various projects I was writing stuff down but again I could not get a filling system together so again I was doing my admin by piecemeal and I was becoming very anxious and agitated because I needed to be more professional.   Until I saw a video by Nesha Woolery called 5 Automated products, click here.  Now I was already using Acuity for my scheduling but it was very sporadic and I had flirted with Asana last year when I had an assistant, however, I deleted the information because I could not use it properly and I was too ‘busy’ to learn the programme.

Automating my invoices, accounts, clients and art projects has been a godsend, now I use Asana for all projects including my home improvements. Receiving money from suppliers has been flawless using the Wave accounting system.  

Acuity is just the bomb and my clients love it too.  I even schedule meetings via this programme and there is no back and forth between myself and the client.

Using these  3 automated tools have cut down my time by 40 per cent, which enables me to operate on a more professional level.  

The other tools I love in my business is Paypal I use the integration and report software to see my business stats and monitor my performance and so I can plan ahead for the next month.

Another good tool is listening to Podcasts, now I used to just listen to music or fun shows on Spotify however since reactivating my iTunes I tend to listen to business podcasts that give support and put me in the productive mode.

I hope that this information helps you so please let me know the tools you use.


If you want to move your business to the next level schedule a session with me Creative healing one-hour session.