When we think of order the first thing that usually comes to mind for most people is that we have a tidy home, having an ordered space around us. This can be in our homes or our work space. Any space that we come into.
But what if the ordered space has to first be the space within our bodies. Our space that needs to be in order to be able to then have an ordered space around us. It can be like people say that you cannot love another until you love yourself. It feels like the same thing, if you live an ordered life from within then that will reflect on the outside.
I feel that our cupboards reflect in the same way, telling us far more about ourselves then what we could have imagined. We can get caught up in the ideal that what our house looks like is most important, making sure that it is seen to be tidy, ordered and clean. But could it be the unseen that delivers the true picture.
I am now realising that I have used this ideal as a starting place for holding my home in a tidy space. That it starts with the house and the cupboards, BUT, and I mean a big BUT, it starts way before then.
What if there is a much deeper way of looking at order, brining a loving order from a place within us. What if this is where we get the solidness from, the commitment, the attention to detail. Everything comes from inside us and when we connect to this everything flows from there. This then builds a solid foundation to be able to keep your home tidy. Then when you clean it takes on a whole different way of being. Your house literally glows, it shines from the inside out, just like you.