Finding Your Home

For many, finding that special place called home can be a difficult process. There are those subjugated to constant moving around and instability. And there are those who, no matter how stable they’re life is, still don’t feel at home.

You may ask yourself why some might feel this way.

In order to understand this, we should first define what it means to be home.


In the physical sense, your home is where you keep your belongings and sleep at night. It is where you go when you have nowhere to be.

What I really want to focus on, however, is the metaphoric sense of a home.

When we break it down to its simplest definition, a home is simply where you feel you can be completely yourself. This is achieved through a level of comfort that can’t be felt anywhere else.

So how do we achieve this level of comfort?

Through my personal experiences, I have found that this level of comfort can’t simply be achieved by having the dream house or the perfect location. It is only attainable through the self, by looking at all aspects of who you are and what inspires you.

Once you have understood fully who you are and what you want out of your life, you can begin finding your home.

Or better yet, you can begin building your home.

So start with what makes you uniquely you. Your interests, your favorite items and activities. Place them somewhere special, a room meant for you and you alone.

If you haven’t found that place yet, don’t worry, you will get there.

Next, make time for your favorite activities, no matter where they take you. Be sure to find at least one thing that gets you up and active, as movement helps you achieve your best health. (Your healthiest is your comfiest you.)

And, last but certainly not least, is the culmination of people in your life. Those you love and those who love you. These people are your reminders of what makes you special and also what connects you to humanity.

Once you have all three of these, you can notice how you begin to feel comfortable everywhere you go. Even if you are not physically in your home.

That is because your metaphoric home, your TRUE HOME, isn’t in any specific place on this earth.

No, your true home is your center. That place within yourself where all of your loved ones and precious treasures reside energetically.

And once you find that place within yourself, you can feel the comfort that comes with being yourself. This leads to your outer world reflecting your inner world.

Which leads you back to your center of centers, your home within your home.


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