Why Home Sanctuary, what’s in a name?
For over a year I have been welcomed into peoples homes all across Australia, guiding individuals through the life-changing magic of tidying up. Early on I realised that what I offered was much more than organising. My love for the environment and passion for reducing consumerism at the forefront. Every home I entered I promised myself that when I left the family would not only be more connected but reconsider every future purchase, ensuring it had a purpose, a need and would be loved. I promised to leave with them the skills to maintain a calm and conscious way of life.
As I met more and more people craving order my meditation practice changed, it moved off the mat and into my day to day activities. I was discovering joyous moments where I hadn’t before, revealing pleasure in the smallest of things.
Pouring a cup of tea into a cherished mug; noticing the soft satiny texture of a camisole brushing against my skin while folding; proudly setting the table to display a nutritious meal; surrendering into a sea of cushions and connecting with the ones I love.
My home shifted from organised to a sanctuary; I knew there was more to share.
I want my clients to experience the love I feel daily through mindful home rituals.
In our Western world, there is much to experience, endless opportunities and a world of emotions to navigate through. Our homes should be an oasis, free from pressures of the outside world.
A place to nourish our bodies with planned meals inspired by the seasons, free from unnecessary waste and harmful chemicals. A place to connect with our partners, children and our ourselves. A place free from distraction and social pressures. Somewhere we can put down the to-do list and mindfully walk through home duties. A unique space to display all the things we treasure, surrounding ourselves with objects that light us up and inspire us to be the best version of ourselves. A place to completely let go and just breath. All the while acknowledging that without a welcoming calm sanctuary to return so we wouldn’t be able to accomplish our most significant achievements.
Gratitude for what we have will always supersede the acquirement of something new on the happiness scale.
I can help you live like that. Welcome to Home Sanctuary.