What makes Christian Kyriacou’s, The House Whisperer such a fascinating read is the way he interweaves a vast experience of knowledge and understanding of how spaces contain energetic imprints of the past. Coupled with his own innate abilities to sense subtle energy within spaces, he shares actual events that he has witnessed with his clients during consultations. Christian has the extraordinary ability to explain somewhat esoteric concepts in a way that the average reader can clearly comprehend. For me, the most interesting part of the book is his own personal journey to become The House Whisperer, and how years of study along with his unique gifts of intuitive insights enables him to have a profound impact on many lives.
The message that prevails throughout the book is that the feeling of ‘home’ must first come from within ourselves. It’s not what is wrong with the home, or how to clear the space and shift the ‘negative’ energies, but what is the message that it’s trying to tell you about yourself? Why did you attract this house to begin with and why it may no longer feel right to you. While there can be some interesting history about past occupants or what transpired on the land before the house was built (and there are plenty of those highly entertaining stories in the book) what is most enlightening is how it all comes back to the current occupants, their lives, their stories and how their homes are just reflecting back to them unresolved issues or events in their lives that are keeping them stuck in that same vortex of energy, repeating patterns and attracting similar situations without discovering the underlying causes.
One would think that the title, The House Whisperer would describe a book written for people trying to sell a house, having issues with ghosts or other paranormal activity, or someone feeling the house they are living in is just doesn’t suit them. While all that is true, in actuality, it’s for anyone who wants to remember what it feels like to truly be ‘at home’.