Create The Right Lighting For Positive Energy

Lighting can be an exciting feature while you are decorating the home and you simply don not want any dark corners or walls that might hamper the interiours thich you have done tastefully. Always finish off the interior deocatiions with good over-headlight fuxtures so that you give a new definitions for your fabulous modern home.

Are you decorating your new home? Or are you just refurbishing your current home? Whatever it is do not forget to shop for the best ceiling lights, wall lamps, floor lights and, of course, the table lamps. Lighting can be an exciting feature while you are decorating the home and you simply do not want any dark corners or walls that might hamper the interiors which you have done tastefully. Always finish off the interior decorations with good over -headlight fixtures so that you give a new definition for your fabulous modern home.

The importance of ceiling lights

Lighting the whole room is very important and the right balance only makes the room look attractive and bright. If the whole room is illuminated, it looks fresh and positive energy is felt in almost every corner. Besides, every element in the room can be seen clearly and also provides the much-needed warmth and coziness too. Every interior decorator knows the importance of ceiling lights, which are the main source of light that helps to keep away the darkness. Installing at the right places does make a lot of difference and so the importance is given to ceiling lights that brighten the atmosphere and bring a smile to your face.

Variety of ceiling lights

Ceiling lights come in a stunning collection of simplistic design to posh finish with modern shapes. The perfect ceiling lights can energize the room with positivity and bring in it the charm and mystery as well. Your living room or bedroom can come alive with the antique themed lights or with the dramatic ceiling lights that provide a very contemporary ambiance. Today you can even go for energy efficient choices that come in trendy styles. Available in a wide variety that suits different tastes, these exquisite ceiling lights are ideal for every room and spaces. There are hanging ceiling lights, square-shaped lights, and dome shaped lights, lamps in flower petal shape, different colors and sizes as well. Many homeowners also prefer to install chandelier apart from ceiling lights for greater effect. Spots light too can be one among the many ceiling lights used in homes.

Designing your home with lights

Various types of lights like table lamps, floor lamps, chandeliers, etc. do create a good ambiance anywhere like hotels, restaurants, lobby, homes, offices, etc. Architects and interior designers are of the opinion that lights can change the look of any space from bad to excellent with just a few ceiling lights or wall lamps. If you have a dull looking room, simply add glamour to it by installing fabulous ceiling lights with multiple bulbs and with a marvelous design. The whole room will get a totally different look. Do not leave the corners alone, you can place a table and on it place some artifacts or place indoor pots on the table and above it a cute little ceiling light and see how beautiful the whole room looks. Whatever size the room is different types of ceiling lights can make the room more spacious and beautiful as well. It’s not just the large rooms that can be installed with beautiful ceiling lampsFree Articles, but even the smaller rooms can be lit with brightness creatively.

Lights of any kind should perform more than just lighting up the room. It should also help to express the style and personality of the owner. You will be surprised to know how improper lighting can damage the whole décor of the room. Lights too are fashionable and you need to stay updated and give your home the best lighting that can make your home look stunning.

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Creating Your Imagery Again

By: J.P. Holesworth


Having a love-hate relationship with your TV? Tell me about it. Can't live with it--can't live without it, right? When my son was about age nine, he shared an experience he had while reading. He told me about reading something and, "... it was almost like being there". He's since become an avid reader which has helped him in all areas of study. A real parent's dream.

So what does this have to do with TV? I know, I know, this topic has been beaten to death; we watch too much television, it rules our lives and it's overloaded with sex, violence and materialism. Everyone's heard this all before; how the television replaced the family hearth, etc., etc.

But my son's reading experience continues to stick with me and make me look at what has happened to my own imagination... and why. You know, words like imagination and imagery come from the basic word "image". I know that's obvious, but I haven't always perceived those words as being related.

Ever wonder about what life was like before TV? Do you think that people were bored out of their skulls, sitting in their living rooms staring at the wall waiting for a solution to be invented? It couldn't have been like that... people whittled and played checkers a lot, right? And since they didn't have microwave ovens yet either, they spent lots of time cooking, right?

It's also a common cliché that people never like the movie as much as they liked the book they happened to read first. Why is that? And how can children spend hours playing "pretend"?

The point I'm getting at here, is that our power of imagination is an enormous under-tapped potential. And to the degree that we don't use it, we lose it. The difference between zoning out in front of the TV and reading, is that when reading, the mind is actively engaged in a game of interpreting the author, by generating its own imagery. So it could actually be said, that reading is the ultimate video game. Betcha never heard that before! On the other hand the television does the work for you, and if you settle for "whatever is on", you also settle for second hand imagery. What you see is what you get.

Many great engineers, scientists and inventors were inspired by science fiction authors. That meeting of the minds created imagery, resulting in further problem solving which resulted in innovations and progress. Again, what you see is what you get. But, seeing what's possible is different than seeing "whatever's on", wouldn't you say?

The self-help and new age fields today talk a lot about creative visualization, positive affirmation, mind-set, manifesting, goal setting, quantum physics, meditation, etc. Some of these subjects and terms seem strange and weird to many people. Like a lot of mumbo-jumbo. Religion and faith also enters into the mix--and people have so many religion-related issues, that it's difficult to approach spirituality without stirring those things up. This applies of course to both the religious and non-religious. People have moved away from religion, largely because of the control it attempted to place upon them. Consider however that if you have issues about being controlled, how easy is it to ignore that box in the living room?

See, I just wanted to discuss ways to recover our power of imagination and creativity--and look where it leads. So listen, without getting into all that STUFF, why not try a little experiment. Start reading and getting outdoors a bit more. Instead of turning on the television, turn on some music instead. The cable and satellite TV providers are also including some great music channel packages these days. I realized that when the music is on, I can do other things and still enjoy the music, whereas, with TV, I have to watch it and therefore cannot engage in alternative activity as easily. Think about it.

The thing that finally pushed me beyond, was watching people on HGTV and DIY creating and upgrading the quality of their lives. My wife and I were watching these programs, vicariously experiencing the activities we ourselves should be involved in. That's when I decided to take CONTROL, instead of the REMOTE CONTROL of my life. But it really began from my child's realization about reading.

My personal opinion is that we'd have far less depression and anxiety if we returned to our own imagination and depended less upon the imagery of the news media and social drama on the screen. Perhaps with a stronger more facile imagination, one can more likely reach goals, realize dreams and snatch back time for their own creative endeavors. Even if your goal & dream is to own the biggest flat screen in your neighborhood, you must create the wherewithal to obtain it. Start somewhere and imagine it being done, then do it.


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Author Bio
J.P. Holesworth resides in the Pacific Northwest where even though it's beautiful, we have to make our own sunshine much of the time.