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Hi! I am Elizabeth Chamberlain, and welcome to Space Lift, where I am going to show you how to change your home to change your life. Does your relationship feel like it's a constant struggle? Or maybe love is completely missing from your life. Whatever the state of your relationship there is always a room for improvement.
So today I am going to show you how to make room for love. First let's find our focus room with our energy map. By laying the energy map on top of your floor plan, you can see that the love area is the far right corner from the front door facing in. But in this case the love and relationship area is completely missing from the house. In this home the love area is actually outside here on the patio.
Now that could make love a challenge and it could even make it nonexistent. Add to that the fact that it's nothing but a pile of neglected unfinished projects, and you have got even bigger problems on your hand. But what to do? Well first we are going to remove all of the cacti and the pointy plant, because pointy plants lead to arguments in relationships that is not something that's good for the love area.
We also want to clean up and clear any unfinished projects, so that that finishes and complete to the job. The next thing that we want to do is we want to complete the area by drawing an imaginary line of the two walls, and at the point where they would meet we want to add an object. Today I am going to use a healthy plant in a heavy planter to represent growth and strength in the relationship.
Now that we have added all of our love items with intention, we can see that this rug fills in and helps to define this missing area. These two chairs here add a conversation for the two people in the relationship, and the table in between gives them a common area by adding this soft pillows, and the throw, we now have comfort for the relationship.
I've used reds and corals because reds, pink and yellows are really good colors for the relationship area. All you need to do is add a tray with drinks and you can toast to a healthy happy relationship.
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