Qi (“Chi”) is the circulating life force energy.
When Qi is strong, health is often strong.
Since we know that confined indoor spaces can be breeding grounds for the virus, it’s good to ask:
How’s the Qi in your home? How strong is your home’s breath?
Here are three ways to help you figure that out:
1· Can you get good air flow in every room?
Ideally, a room has windows on at least two walls so you can get cross ventilation. Opposing walls are ideal, but even if the walls are adjacent, you want as much separation as possible between the two sources of air. Make sure windows open fully. If one of the sources is a casement or transom window (crank operated), ensure you can easily get an opening of at least 12 inches.
2· Does any part of your home smell musty or stuffy?
This likely means there is not enough air flow. I encourage you to open all windows regularly. Adding a ceiling fan is also an excellent solution to keep the air flowing. Also, look at possibly removing carpet, old upholstered furniture, or heavy drapes which could be the cause (in a Qi-challenged environment, these items could develop mold).
3· Is there any part of your space that does not get direct sunlight?
If so, add a lamp with a bright bulb. If there are overhead lights, keep them on most of the time. The strong light raises the vibration of the space and stimulates Qi.
If you consider a house like a body, these actions are like breath work. They allow for inner cleansing, revitalization, and strength.
A powerful space with strong Qi supports your health and well-being. It gives you the energy to show up for those you love, pursue your dreams, and make a difference in the world.
The world needs your voice and your light. Breathe deep and stay strong!
p.s. If you’d like help getting your home’s Qi moving, just drop me a message in the comments section below and let me know.