Your life and its rooms

Healing yourself, loving the world

Imagine that your life is a house with various rooms reflecting different aspects of your life. One room is your work skills, competence, and success. One is a metaphor for your family relationships. Another is a reflection of your physical health and self-care. One is your spirituality and personal growth. You find your social life and friends in another. Oh, look, this room is your community. And over here is your hobbies and recreational activities. You might have a few more areas I haven’t mentioned. (For instance, I didn’t mention finances and money! Oh, that makes me laugh.)

Now notice which room you focus on the most. Which room do you often visit, tending to it easily and with care? Which room do you feel most uneasy about? Which rooms are important to you? Which ones aren’t? What do they look like and feel like?

As we approach the Solstice, this is an excellent time to take a look at what we enjoy about ourselves, which rooms are beautiful in our inner and outer lives. My invitation to you is to spend a few minutes today exploring your inner rooms. For each room, imagine walking in, seeing it, feeling it.

Using this writing prompt, finish this sentence for each room.

What I enjoy about this room is:


While tapping on the side-of-the-hand points, say:

As I discover what I enjoy about my life, I deeply and completely accept myself.
As I realize what I am enjoying about my life, I deeply and completely delight in myself.
As I embrace all the delicious riches in my life, I deeply and completely accept my life.

The Rounds

Tap three rounds using the following phrases:

What I am enjoying about my life
How life force expresses itself through me
My life brings joy to myself and others

Have fun with this!

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Deborah Donndelinger

Deborah Donndelinger

I'm writing from Maryland, but my heart goes out all over the world. I'm cheering you on as you tackle the hard stuff, embrace the easy, and show up to help others.