Something about your home not quite right? Hi, I'm Suzanne Hanger and I'm here to help you have a home that feeds your soul. I believe that everyone has a purpose and that if we all lived our purpose, we'd have peace and harmony throughout the World. But in order to fully live that purpose our homes must feed our souls.
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85. Is it time to downsize?
Are you itching to downsize but don’t think you can? Or are you resisting downsizing your home when you, or others, think you should? Thinking you can’t or resisting come from the ego’s attachment to unfinished business. To liberate your soul, honor your past and look to your future.
84. Should You renovate or sell?
If you’re torn between renovating or selling, taking a soulful approach will give you clarity. Start by tuning into your spiritual purpose for this part of your life. Then prioritize each of the ten Soul's Home Ingredients by how important they are to you living your soul's purpose.
83. Is moving to the “best” school district bad for your kids?
As parents, part of our soul’s purpose is to empower our children to live their soul’s purpose. And school plays a big part in this. But if you're sacrificing feeding your soul, it can be bad for your kids.
82. What do you do when your perfect house is not in the right location?
Do you yearn for a house not located in the right place? Embracing this struggle as part of your spiritual journey will lead you to your Soul’s Home. At the core of the perfect house vs perfect location dilemma is your ego’s assumption that you can’t have what you want and that the grass is greener on the other side. The spiritual journey is about tuning into what your soul is calling you to have to live your best life.
81. Should you buy a house with a partner you’re not married to?
Buying a house together as a married couple is complicated enough. If you’re not married there’s even more to iron out. On top of agreeing on the house, location, sharing expenses, and merging stuff, an unmarried couple faces more complex property ownership laws, judgments by others on moral and religious grounds, and possibly their own commitment issues. These complexities may cloud your soul’s voice causing your ego to decide to buy together when it’s not soulful or NOT buy when it would be sou
80. Is shacking up soulful?
Is shacking up right for you? It’s important to tune into YOUR soul to know if living together before marriage is right for you.