Thursday, August 6, 2009

Saging for Success




Well, I had a very busy weekend getting one place of business shut down and the other up and running. I am officially open for business at Claws now. I gave my first massage in my new space on Saturday morning. It went very well for the first time. It always takes a little while to get used to working in a new environment. Where do I set the oil and lotions so that they are convenient? Which is the best spot for the sound system? How do I situate the table to minimize outside noise? What is the best regulation of temperature so that my client, and myself, are neither too hot or too cold? Darn it! That candle overflowed from that air conditioner blowing on it. I sure am glad I set it on that glass topped table, it will be so easy to clean up. I need to do some fine tuning here and there, yes indeedy. And just like Goldilocks in the story of the Three Little Bears, after a few adjustments, it will feel just right. I've included a couple of photos of my room.

One area that is important for me to address is the energetic hygiene of my work space. Energy that is gone or dead is easily trapped in rooms with fluorescent lighting and little or no availability to fresh air from outdoors. Fortunately, my room has neither of those problems but unwanted energy can still linger. When this type of energy accumulates, the frequency of vibration slows and break down and illness can begin. One's sensitivity and intuition can become clouded.


Sometimes clients can come in with astral entities stuck on them. Oh, this is not intentional. Most people simply don't have a sense of these attachments. The entities are invisible hitchhikers who may decide to ditch their current host and try hanging out in my space. Have you ever had an experience in which a visitor left your domain and it no longer feels like it usually does? They could have left something behind like negative emotions, energetic trash or illness. That something is not an energy you want in your life. Trust your feelings and clear it out.

One way to do this is by performing a smudging ceremony with sage. This is what I did to clear my new workspace of any pre-existing contaminants. This ceremony was particularly potent because of the high energy being generated this past weekend. Native Americans have used this sacred, spiritual ritual for thousands of years. I use it on a daily basis in my work space, usually at the end of the day so that clients don't think I'm smoking weed. My space is cleared, grounded and ready to go. So am I. Yes!

22 comments:

Gemel said...

Well, if I wasn't so far away we could do an energy swap, but, the plane flight for each appointment is a killer!

What a divine space to work in.. LOVE it, bless you good luck lovely lady, not that you will need it x

otin said...

Damn, that looks soooo inviting! How much is a coast to coast plane ticket???! hehe!

Baino said...

I don't care what entities follow me in. I wanna be on that massage bed and listening to whalesongs and snoofing sage. Actually, that's one thing that we lack here all our places are sterile and clinical! And you look like you have my mother's Jackson Dining Chairs in there! I love the pink and chocolate. So warm.

Brian Miller said...

love the new place...the fact is is named claws...all the better...smudge away...no klingons for me...

Mrsupole said...

It looks fantastic and I really wish I could get a massage there. And I am sure that by the time you try this spot how and it is too hard, and the next spot is too soft, then the third time will be a charm and it will be perfect.

And smudge the sage away to keep those dang hitchhikers away. They should have stayed wehre they were supposed to be. Bad hitchhikers, Bad hitchhikers, go back home and leave this beautiful place alone.

Lots of wishes in furthering the business. May your massages be blessed to make people feel better and they will tell two people and they will tell two people and so on.

Best wishes and God bless,
Sherry

mouse (aka kimy) said...

when will they get that star trek transporter operational!! your space is ready to go and I'm ready to visit, drat that you are so far away.

yeah to smudging!!

Ronda Laveen said...

Gemel: A swap would be so fun. There are a few energy/body workers/bloggers that I would just love to spend time with. But you are right, the travel time and expense is a killer. One day maybe we can all try an etheric session. That would be interesting.

Wizard Otin: Lest you forget, you are a wizard, you don't need a ticket or a plane. Just spirit yourself over here.

Baino: Listening to whalesong and snoofing sage sound marvelous to me too, now that I think about it. Move over on that table.

I am totally used to a clinical environment. That is where I've spent most of my time in massage. It has only been the last few years that I have worked in the spa-ish type arena. Learning how to spa a place up is kinda fun but it doesn't change the work. My chairs are knock-offs but I still love them.

Brain: Yeah, those Klingons are sneaky. You don't want them running around all willy-nilly on their own. They require a leash.

Sherry:You are SO funny! Bad hitchhikers is right. I love your two-by-two approach. Blessings to you and your shoulder.

Ronda Laveen said...

Mouse: Hey! That transporter is a great idea! We'll have to get Brian on it. He seems to have pull in that area of the universe.

Candie Bracci said...

Nice,I hope it's going all well for you!Wishing you a nice day!:)

books,coffee,etc.... said...

Hi! Ronda,
Your new place looks very nice and inviting...especially, if a person want to be re-energized.

Ronda said, "One way to do this is by performing a smudging ceremony with sage. This is what I did to clear my new workspace...
...Native Americans have used this sacred, spiritual ritual for thousands of years."


I truly understand when you mentioned Native-Americans and their spiritual belief called..."smudging."

Because I'am I'am currently reading books about this (Native-Americans) very ancient spiritual ritual.

Ronda, Once again, thanks for sharing!
DeeDee ;-D

Reya Mellicker said...

Astral entities do stick to clients, like white on rice, don't they?

Your new space is beautiful, oppulent and peaceful. Awesome!!

Ronda Laveen said...

Candie: Thanks so much. I love your new header.

DeeDee: I know you have been studying Native American healing. Have you ever performed a ceremony?

Reya: Those entities are sticky critters...like energetic ticks. I am glad you like my space. Claws is a very peaceful environment even when it is busy.

Megan said...

It's lovely. I wish I could be there right this minute!

Dave King said...

Very best wishes for you and your customers in the new place.

subtorp77 said...

Incredible transformation, Ronda! So inviting!

Ronda Laveen said...

Megan: Yeah, that would be a lovely ending to the Friday you had.

Dave: Thanks so much.

Subby: I like manifesting and transforming. Thanks.

tony said...

You New Area Looks Really Nice Ronda!
& it's interesting to read how you Care for it.
have A Fine Sunday.

Phoenix said...

Your place looks wonderful!

Ronda Laveen said...

Thanks, Tony! I am heading over to read your diving post. Wow! Sounds exciting.

Phoenix: Thanks for stopping by.

Michelle said...

What a lovely space! I am sure you will be very happy there!

Ronda Laveen said...

Oh, thanks Michelle. This is so funny, I am just headed over to your blog.

Christina said...

So. Beautiful!!