We all know the feeling of coming home after a long day of work.
We put the key to the door and automatically activate the message that it is time to decompress.
And even when you follow a series of family routines that are also tiring – preparing dinner, trying to convince your children to go to bed, fixing the house – the truth is that the feeling of “being at home” remains.
Whatever our ritual, we are in our nest.
However, the story is quite different when life takes a turn and we are forced to adjust to these routines. Just like in a pandemic situation.
The truth is that, in the last few months, our reality has changed a lot. From one moment to another we find ourselves confined to 24 hours at home.
Our home is no longer just a space where we relax, where we are with our own, where we sleep and recover energy after a long day of work.
It is the space where we work. Where we help our children with their studies, being parents and teachers. Where we take a thousand and one turns to reconcile schedules and share a desk with our partner who is also teleworking.
It is also a space where tensions, anxiety, worries about an uncertain future, and the frustration of giving the best, but that best may not be enough.
24 hours at home and everything is lived in it. We begin to wish we had a garden (or a balcony, go!) to be able to decompress and release the tiredness that used to be easier to leave at home.
We know the stories of the divorces that went off during the pandemic that forced a permanent coexistence.
Cases of depression and burnout in people who kept their professional activities in telework while taking care of their children.
But there are also cases of people who found themselves being more productive, more focused and adapting to the new reality with surprising ease.
What distinguishes these people? Is the life of some easier than others?
Our numbers shed some light on this.
According to our personal numerology, some of us thrive, regenerate and are more productive inside, while others need more contact with the outside to gain clarity and a sense of direction in their lives.
In a normal context, we tend to create a natural adaptation to our own working model, supplying these needs. But in an extreme context, the constraint of isolation can bring serious consequences at the emotional, mental and physical levels, as well as to family dynamics.
By looking at your numerology you can easily identify your type of energy, which is fundamental to harmonize the experience in your personal space, especially in times of pandemic.
To find your type of energy, sum up your entire date of birth, digit by digit, and reduce the result to a single digit. If you find an 11, do not reduce and read the result of energy type 1.
- You value individuality, therefore, your private space. You can adapt to being at home because you are quite resilient, but you suffer from any restriction that is imposed on you. It needs some contact with the outside which gives it back a feeling of control.
- She enjoys moments at home, which can be long since she has relationship energy and hates being alone.
- It is perhaps one of the types of energy that suffers most from being closed at home because it has a social, creative, and communicative nature. You must look for ways to break with the routine, otherwise, your mind will disperse which can potentiate states of extreme tiredness.
- Great appreciator of routines, appreciates any environment that is controlled and in which he can focus on one task at a time. Being at home is something you enjoy, especially if you feel you can maintain your schedules and productivity.
- One minute at home and you are already thinking about “excuses” to leave. It’s the kind of energy that most enjoys contact with the outside and movement. Creating diversity in daily tasks is essential, otherwise, your unstable temperament may generate unnecessary conflicts.
- Appreciating home, home, and harmony. As long as the house is well decorated, with color, flowers, and inspiring elements, being at home becomes a pleasure. The challenge is to conciliate and prioritize the multiple tasks that he tends to occupy himself.
- Where there is silence is where this energy thrives, so being at home, since without pressures of schedules or external demands, is the ideal situation. It needs, however, its space well delimited and without interferences.
- Being at home for too long can create frustration to this kind of energy, especially if you don’t find a vehicle to disperse physical energy (which has too much). Taking care of objectives and goals is fundamental to maintain focus and productivity.
- This is the kind of energy that thanks to the existence of the Internet and that the world is at the distance of a click. It needs to be in contact with the world that surrounds it, but it has the ability to adapt to the circumstances, finding ways to do the best with the resources that it has.