Several Issues Including Your Environment Play a Role In Your Overall Frame of Mind – Carpet Is Just One Of These FactorsSeptember 25th, 2011
Do you feel depressed at home or work and you cannot put your finger on what the difficulty is, or do you only feel selectively depressed? If this is the case and you know that everything in your life is perfect and working out the way you planned, you may be experiencing environmental sabotage.
What this implies is that straightforward things in your environment can trigger depression, bad feelings, feelings of unbalance and more. This is because of the fact that we have a tendency to project our thoughts and emotions on things around us but the same is true for how our memories and past thoughts can attach themselves to our current circumstances through items in the home, including the carpet.
Many have said that your wellbeing is a culmination of one or two things that work synergistically to provoke your current mood. Put simply, your environment, your fitness your friends, and other variables- all are responsible together for how you feel about yourself, your life, your environment and folks around you.
With this in mind, notice that the most important factor in this equation is your environment and how it causes you to feel. This includes both conscious (conscious of what’s happening as it happens) and subconscious (aware subliminally of what’s taking place but filtered through your many concepts of what is right and wrong, what meshes and what’s odd, and so on).
Some examples of this in action are :
You are a diligent person who likes to keep their home clean and in good repair. Your carpets and flooring are in immaculate shape and you take agony staking actions to reassure everything is right. You may be doing this all for your own well being or for others who may judge you based totally on your home environment.
This is all fine and good, but here is where the eventuality gets hard. For some individuals the keeping of a neat house and well looked after flooring/carpeting is all about appearance but partially about control of one’s capability to affect others. If you have dinner guests all of the time, for example, and they are typically important clients, you are going to want to manage how they see you by maintaining a flawless house.
Where the difficulty comes in is when you get to work and the place is not kept up, your manager does not care about the carpets and ignores your plea to get it cleaned – or at least fix the long tear in the middle of the floor next to the unsightly bump where they ran wires beneath from all of the PCs in the encircling cubicles. As an immaculate person, this would drive you totally nuts.
Even though you’re willing or in a position to ignore this consciously – subconsciously you can not get cosy in a room that is in total disarray. You will especially be skeptical of how your customers will feel when they have to meet you in the building and you start to feel concerned about how they will judge you, or interpret the company you’re employed for- and even how this is affecting you!
If the roles are reversed and the office has unblemished floors, carpets aren’t torn and are well shampooed and the entire office is in good shape this may set off a problem at home. If your house is in poor repair, your carpets have dark spots everywhere, are torn, and feel generally unclean even when you vacuum or shampoo it due to stains, and basic wear and tear over twenty years has compromised the flooring, then you might find yourself feeling great at work, and emotionally upset at home. Something as simple as replacing a carpet, repairing flooring in the kitchen or lavatory or wooden floors can change how you feel and sync you up to the good feelings you get at work!