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The Tao of Lifestyle: The Way of True Self

Posted by on Feb 26, 2015 in Chinese Medicine, The Tao of Lifestyle, Three Sisters | 0 comments

The Way of your true self is this: You are a temple of miracles, a living altar of soul and cells. As a lovechild of heaven and earth, you are angel and animal entwined, a creative genius illuminating cellular structure.  When you look through the eyes of your true self, you see your flesh and spirit as equals, merging as creature and creator. Your body is heaven’s feet and your spirit, earth’s wings. Through you they express and embody the Way.

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Essential Feng Shui Tips: Wind Dancers

Posted by on Feb 25, 2015 in Essential Feng Shui Tips, Garden & Landscape | 0 comments

Wind dancers are symbols of movement occurring from a solid base and can symbolize the abundance, creativity, or other qualities you want to “unfurl” and enhance in life. Always choose one that, as it captures the wind, causes your spirit to soar.

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The Tao of Lifestyle: The Sanctuary of Your Heart

Posted by on Feb 24, 2015 in Inner Feng Shui, The Tao of Lifestyle, Three Sisters | 0 comments

Your heart, the sanctuary of heaven and earth, is the home of your true self. As you rekindle your heart, the wonder and majesty of life returns. Your spirit arises from a dark cloud of amnesia and you soar once again into the boundless expanses of your imagination. Your body awakens from the anesthesia of the past, transforming numbness into streams of pleasure. The voices of your senses become crystal clear, guiding you to further joy. Reunited once again with the full circle of life, your heart becomes the enchanted abode where heaven and earths’ beloved offspring – you – can thrive.

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Essential Feng Shui Tips: The Art of Dining

Posted by on Feb 18, 2015 in Essential Feng Shui Tips, Feng Shui Dining Room | 0 comments

In Feng Shui, the dining room is the place to partake of the bounty of the earth and replenish our bodies with life-sustaining Ch’i. Our cultural tendency is to rush through meals, pounding our food down while perched at the kitchen counter; or eating while standing over the sink, driving, or watching television. The trouble is, as the fine art of dining is relegated to the occasional special event, we are starving ourselves energetically. By taking the time to eat slowly and thoughtfully, we are receiving the full vitality of our food, and in every way, nurturing ourselves.

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The Tao of Lifestyle: Unseen Helpers

Posted by on Feb 17, 2015 in The Tao of Lifestyle, Three Sisters | 1 comment

There are unseen helpers to save your life, instruct you in the language of kindness, heal your body and heal the planet, inspire your work, ignite your imagination, find answers to life’s conundrums, direct you to the right places and people at the right time, protect you, love you, and guide you home. All you have to do is ask for their help and be thankful when you receive it. When anything distressing occurs in your life, ask for help to do whatever is necessary to balance the situation; then feel grateful for the loving assistance that surrounds you and let it go.

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Essential Feng Shui Tips: Receiving a New Partner

Posted by on Feb 11, 2015 in Essential Feng Shui Tips, Feng Shui Bedroom, Relationship Tips | 1 comment

Set the stage for receiving a new partner by treating yourself with the same care you’d give a lover. A loving relationship with yourself will make you more radiant and attractive as a partner. Create a bedroom atmosphere where you can rest, rejuvenate, and really enjoy your own company.

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The Tao of Lifestyle: Sister Feng Shui

Posted by on Jan 29, 2015 in The Tao of Lifestyle, Three Sisters | 0 comments

Feng Shui gathers the wisdom of her Sisters and brings it home. She encourages us to personally craft environmental sanctuaries that can hold our true selves in place. A great enthusiast of comfort, safety, and beauty, she is always looking for ways to give kindness and imagination shelter. Through her influence, our inner and outer worlds become harmonious reflections of each other, resonant chords in a living symphony of sacred space within the greater matrix of community.

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