Hilda Carroll is a writer, meditation teacher and interior designer who helps people create sanctuary in their homes and lives. Learn more at www.hildacarroll.com
6 Ways to Harness the Energy of Spring, to Spring Forward in your Life
In astrology, the Spring Equinox is the actual 'new year,' which makes complete sense to me. I, for one, always feel much more inclined to shake things up in my life in springtime than in the darkest depths of winter when we're traditionally encouraged to consider developing new habits.
Get your House in Order and your Life will Follow
Spring is just around the corner - traditionally a time to deep clean our homes. And it's become a tradition with good reason.
Treating your Home Like a Temple
Our homes have always been inextricably linked to our wellbeing. And that is especially true in this Covid era. Required to spend almost all our days within our homes, it’s time to start treating them as temples.
How to Heal your Relationships with Loving-Kindness Meditation
Resolving conflict is part and parcel of human relationships. And often, it requires us to shift our energy a little. "We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them." ~ Albert Einstein
Why to apply Feng Shui as a Personal Development Tool.
Feng Shui is the art of setting up our homes to support our health and wellbeing. And that wellbeing stretches across all aspects of our lives, not just our physical health.
Genuine Kindness is a Self Care Practice.
February 17th is Random Acts of Kindness Day. That's kind of cool. And also sad. We shouldn't really need such a day. Being kind should be part of our daily experience. Not just for the benefit of others, but for our own service too.
A Valentine's Day Meditation
The Hallmark holiday that is Valentine’s Day may make ‘Love’ appear to be an exclusive club. With membership reserved for those with a romantic partner.
February is the Best Time to set New Year Resolutions.
Last week we (in Ireland) celebrated the pagan Celtic feast of ‘Imbolc’. It is the second of four fire festivals that mark the beginning of a new season — Samhain/winter, Imbolg/spring, Bealtaine/summer, and Lughnasa/autumn.