How long do you have to live in house before it becomes a home? I have lived in eight “houses” and each one felt like home. That is “being home.” A place where you can take your shoes off and be “yourself.” So after living in eight different places it appears that home is not the physical structure. Home has the etherial quality that transcends the physical. It cannot be found but it certainly exists.
How about finding your “you?” It certainly exists just look in the mirror or pinch your face. But perhaps what you are observing is your “house body.” The you that is “home” transcends the physical body.
The transition from house to home and from body to you is effortless. It is as easy as breathing out. After you breathe in just open, relax, drop all effort to do anything and the breath flows out all on its own effortlessly.
The greatest obstacle to being home is resistance. When anything physical, emotional and especially thoughts are resisted the holding of the resistance itself requires effort. The resistance that becomes present blocks the flow into being home.
All that is needed is to drop the effort that comes from holding on to the resistance. Notice the resistance and the effort you are exerting to hold on to the resistance and merely drop the effort.
Become effortless even if for one moment and feel the edge of being home.