You don't want to come home
This is the key indicator that there is negative energy in your home. Your home should be a place where you feel cozy and comfortable, where you want to return after a hard day of work or vacation. It should be a place that fills you with energy and strength for the next day. If returning home doesn't evoke these emotions, then it's time to think about it. Negative energy can be caused by conflicts and arguments within the family, as well as by clutter and messiness in the space.
You sense an unfavorable atmosphere
An unfavorable atmosphere refers to frequent relationship issues, conflicts, accusations, and fights. In a place where family members interact peacefully and kindly with each other, there is always a sense of tranquility. On the other hand, in a tense atmosphere, it always feels heated. Remember when you witness someone else's argument - it feels like a storm cloud is hanging in the air, and being there becomes very uncomfortable, making you want to escape as soon as possible.
It's difficult for you to maintain cleanliness
This point ties into the previous one: where everything is cluttered and disheveled, there can be no harmony and order. Where there is no order, there's no coziness, and where there's no coziness, you don't want to return. It becomes a vicious cycle, and the common denominator is negative energy, which is caused by clutter, dirt, and a lack of love for your home.
Guests don't like coming to your place
Close your eyes and envision your close friends, with whom you often spend time. Think of who you visit, who you celebrate holidays with. Most likely, you have formed your circle of friends in such a way that you enjoy being around these people. You feel calm, happy, and comfortable with them. However, if your friends keep their distance from you and constantly come up with excuses to avoid accepting your invitation to visit, think about whether it's a coincidence. Perhaps they simply don't want to be at your home or in the atmosphere that prevails there.
You get tired quickly
A home should be a source of strength. It's where we rush to after work to relax and unwind. It's where you forget about all your worries and feel at peace. However, in a place where negativity is concentrated, energy doesn't accumulate; on the contrary, it dissipates, resulting in fatigue. It takes more effort for a person to cope with this energy, which means that their internal resources are depleted faster. For the same reason, people living in such apartments often have sleep problems.
Negative energy not only affects psychological well-being but also health. This invisible force can constantly damage your aura. Many diseases, personal failures, and work difficulties are often associated with the negative energy in the home.