True Home or Toxic Places?

There are places where we feel fantastic as soon as we enter them, we feel like we’ve found home, we feel a family atmosphere, warmth, peace. There are also places filled with anger, hatred, and negativity – as we enter each space, we partially fill ourselves with it. Every object, every part of the house, every room takes in what we send in part, and in part reflects what we send.

The more warmth we send, the warmer the place is, and over time, this value becomes a lasting value of the place (although it can be changed). Even after a bad day, entering such a space, we feel like we’re in an induction charger, and the space raises us up, so after a while, we start functioning differently.

In the negative variant of the space, something similar happens – the worse we are on a daily basis, even after a positive day, entering that space we rebuild our old selves – that’s why it’s so difficult to change ourselves and our habits – it just takes time and sometimes self-discipline. When buying/renting a flat/house after someone unpleasant, it’s worth washing everything, cleaning, repainting, rearranging it in your own way, but that’s not the focus now. More on this topic can be found in another article at:

Toxic neighborhoods, where do they come from? And what does it mean?

You become like the people you surround yourself with. You become what you fill yourself with. There is a strong correlation between the place we live in and our way of seeing reality and who we are on a daily basis. Studies have shown that if we have rich friends, we will also be rich, if we have poor friends, we will also be poor. On a daily basis, we are energetically filled by an average of 20-30 people, although the biggest influence on our success or failure comes from the 5 people we have the most contact with. People mutually fill each other with thoughts, ways of seeing, or ways of dealing with the world, so who we surround ourselves with indirectly influences who we are, what we want, what we achieve in life, and who we ultimately become.

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