Questions about Space Clearing kits

Space clearing altarSince the announcement of the new Space Clearing kits, a number of questions have arrived in my inbox about them.

Rather than repeat myself again and again in emails I’m going to take some time to reply to the questions here.

If you have any other questions, I’ll be happy to answer them.


Q: What is the difference between the kits?

Space Clearing kits are available in large, medium, small and miniature sizes. Each kit consists of a bell, bell stand, harmony ball, harmony ball stand, altar cloth and a set of nine colourizers. The difference between the kits is the size of the bell, bell stand, altar cloth and colourizers. The large altar cloth of the large kit, for example, is more than four and a half times bigger than a miniature altar cloth. And the bell in the large or medium Space Clearing kit is approximately twice as loud as the one in a small or miniature kit.

The size of kit you will need is determined by the size of your home, or the size of rooms in your home. More information


Q: Can a Space Clearing kit be used to clear more than one space such as a home and an office?

Space Clearing kits are designed to be used again and again. The only thing you need to consider is whether to use the same harmony ball each time. For example, many people prefer to keep their home and work frequencies separate so it is best to buy an extra harmony ball and use one in each place. If you do this, remember to label each one in some way so that next time you do a Space Clearing so you’ll remember which is which. And when clearing large or cluttered rooms it may be necessary to add some additional neutral harmony balls to your kit. More about harmony balls


Q: Can I use my Space Clearing kit to space clear a friend’s home?

You can use the same kit to space clear a friend’s home, but in this situation you will definitely need to buy an extra harmony ball so that you don’t mix your personal frequencies into your friend’s space. At the end of the ceremony, give the harmony ball to your friend to keep. Alternatively, invite your friend to buy their own harmony ball as part of their preparation for the ceremony.

By the way, “friend” means someone you know well, whose energies you are already regularly mixing with. It doesn’t mean someone you just met, whose energies you are not familar with. There is a huge difference between the two when it comes to Space Clearing, and the information in my book only covers doing the ceremony for people you know well.


Q: Is it OK to share my Space Clearing kit?

It’s entirely up to you. I’m very happy to share my kit with my husband, and I know some of the Space Clearing practitioners I’ve trained sometimes share their professional kits (but not their bells) with each other when they travel overseas to minimize the amount of luggage they have to carry (practitioner Space Clearing kits are quite a bit larger). As explained earlier, the only thing it’s not a good idea to share is a harmony ball that you’ve personally frequenced.

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Karen Kingston is the world's leading authority on space clearing and a leading expert in clutter clearing. Her first book, Creating Sacred Space with Feng Shui, has sold over one million copies in 16 languages, and her second book, Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui, has sold over two million copies in 26 languages.

2 Responses to Questions about Space Clearing kits

  1. Justine says:

    hi karen! hope you’re enjoying europe – we put on a good winter snow xmas show for you this year 🙂

    please help me with my problem if you have time: i would really love to know what to do with my loads of recordings. they are all songs i wrote and recorded myself, and there’s like maybe 100 CDs full and 50 8-track tapes from the last 15 years. and what do i do with old releases from like 10 years ago..? i mean vinyl.. it’s easy to be precious about archiving art, but i feel like it’s standing in the way of my creativity… hope to hear from you soon! justine

    • Hi Justine

      Well, this doesn’t have much to do with Space Clearing kits, but I guess it’s an important question for you.

      You don’t mention if any of your recordings have ever come in useful. If you are keeping them more as a musical journal of your personal progress, I suggest you read my recent blog on that topic. And if you still feel you want to keep them all, embarking on the laborious (and probably expensive) task of transferring all the recordings to a more up-to-date recording media should prompt you to re-assess. The general principle with this type of clutter is ‘keep the best and dump the rest’.

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