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3 Naturals Ways to Cleanse Your House For The New Year

Chances are you’ve heard of juice cleanses or 30-day detoxes, but how about a cleanse for your house? Here are three natural ways to cleanse your home of negativity and create a mood-boosting environment.

By: Emma Stessman

With such a heavy focus in the new year on bettering yourself and your mind,it’s easy to forget how influential your surroundings are, especially the places where you spend the most time, like your home.

By creating a positive and healthy environment at home, you can set yourself up for success in the new year.

So whether you just moved somewhere new and want to make the house your own, or you simply wish to cleanse your home of negativity, here are three easy ways to do so.

Himalayan Salt Lamps

Some believe that Himalayan Salt Lamps help to improve the quality of the air. They have the ability to attract and rapidly evaporate water vapor containing bacteria and various allergens, essentially cleaning the surrounding air.

Himalayan Salt Lamps are also thought to boost mood through their production of negative ions. Additionally, the orange hue of the lamp can increase focus and create a sense of calmness.

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sage-smudging

Sage Smudging

Native Americans commonly practice sage smudging to clear the space and create a sense of spiritual purification. To sage smudge your house, light a stick of sage and fan the sage in the area you want to cleanse. You can say a small affirmation of what you hope to fill the room, such as “Love” or “Joy.”

Sage is also used in aromatherapy to create a serene environment and help with overcoming grief.

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Ringing Bells

Ringing Bells is a common feng shui practice believed to align negative energies through vibrations, creating a positive force. By ringing a bell throughout your house, particularly in places where negative experiences have occurred, you can rid yourself of any negative energies that may be plaguing the area.

You can use a singing bowl, a hand bell, or hang wind chimes.

Singing-bowlLifestyle Editor Elizabeth Toy shares her tips on using Feng Shui to promote positive energy. Check out 5 ways to Feng ShuiYour Space.

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6 Comments

  • Reply
    Alix Walthrust
    January 31, 2017 at 8:05 am

    I brought my salt lamp from HomeGoods for like $13. The price depends on the size.

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      Elizabeth Toy
      January 31, 2017 at 8:48 am

      Awesome! Let us know if it works for you!

  • Reply
    Sandy
    January 21, 2017 at 5:47 pm

    Kimberly, this is great information. Where would I find a good quality lamp? I see there are a lot of fake lamps on the Internet.

  • Reply
    Pernell
    January 20, 2017 at 1:06 am

    Kimberly, thank you so much on ways to cleanse your house. Because it’s all above having positive energy💋❤️

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    Toni Zargari
    January 17, 2017 at 11:04 am

    Yes, yes and more yes! I burned sage upon moving out of my last apartment and when entering the new one. I am still in search of a beautiful Himalayan Pink Salt lamp and a sound bowl, but now I’m super excited to get these. Thanks Emma!

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