Posted by Margaret (220.127.116.11) on July 19, 2003 at 15:16:53:
In Reply to: Re: How to find your dream/ideal home? posted by Lakhesis (18.104.22.168) on July 17, 2003 at 19:45:07:
To me, getting my place means getting my space. In order to have a place where I can get peace of mind, I need to have space. And a lot of it.
I remember someone somehwere saying how people have differnet space needs. Some feel comfortable with others elbow space, others further, others closer. For me, although I don't mean to make anyone feel bad, out of sight and hearing is most comfortable for me, living wise.
When I feel rested and replenished, then I came come out to be with others again. But only after I get that time, space and place of solitude at first.
Okay, now I got all this of my chest, I am going to go for a long drive out west in heavily forested hilly central PA somewhere in the middle of nowhere, where there is little to no people, and bring money to stay in a cheap, vacant, lonely hotel overnight. My neighbors here are too loud and noisy, it really bothers me. Makes me feel crowded. I can't get peace of mind around here.
> I'm not sure that we ever reach a PLACE that feels completely like home- the grass is always greener somewhere.
> I guess the point is to reach a SPACE, in your own self, where you feel at home: emotionally, spiritually, etc... That way, you can find sanctuary wherever you are.
> Then again, environment can really impact your sense of self.
> www.astro.com is good for giving astrological input into places around the world that might resonate with you. Enter your birth details, and then go to the 'Astro Click Travel'
> Can be useful.
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