Friday, October 12, 2012

Speaking Of Fear...

Alleviating my fears.

My downstairs neighbor of ten years has moved.  Ken and I have been very fortunate. She is an amazing woman with a wonderful, caring family.  We have all looked out for each other over the years.  I manifested this apartment and when I found out her son and I had the same unique name (Marla is my pen name) I knew this was definitely where we were supposed to be.  

I'll admit it, though.  I was nervous and a little fearful of who my new neighbors were going to be.  My landlord has a big heart and rents based on having a job; no credit check and no background checks.  Worked out great for us, way back when we were getting back on our feet.  Unfortunately, it has also led to his renting the apartments, in the house next door, to some very horrible tenants over the years.

If you have read my blog for any length of time, you know that I am not one to have a concern, life challenge or fear without doing something about it.  We now have some amazing tenants next door.  A whole family.  The mother and father live in the downstairs apartment and their son and his wife and child are in the upstairs apartment.  I remembered some energy work I had done when the previous, alcoholic, noisy neighbors were still there.   These kinds of situations and the Universal Law of Attraction really do go well together.  I knew that I had a little something to do with the positive changes next door, so I went to work on our building.

I cleaned the front and back steps.  I smudged the front and back entrances and blessed our space in a way I've really never had to since we moved in, due to our amazing former neighbor.  I even perked up the landing before you enter our apartment, with more art and the plant that was by my desk.  The space here is actually a Sacred Space now, instead of just an entrance to the Sacred Space I've created in our apartment.

I haven't met our new neighbors.  They haven't moved in yet.  But I have been told they are a couple, which eases my anxiousness about another dysfunctional, single person and their friends being present in our neighborhood.

It feels good knowing I've created an uplifting space for them to walk into before they go into their home.  
It feels good knowing I did something to alleviate my fears.  
It just feels good.
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