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Cuppa Ch’i: Keeping the Kitchen Safe and Appetizing

Posted by on Nov 17, 2014 in Cuppa Ch'i, Feng Shui Kitchen | 0 comments

For safety’s sake, store knives in a drawer. Keep the kitchen environment appetizing by placing trash and recycling containers behind closed doors in cabinets, closets, or pantries. If these containers are currently out in the open, decide how you can rearrange the kitchen to accommodate them.

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Cuppa Ch’i: Skylights

Posted by on Nov 10, 2014 in Ch'i, Cuppa Ch'i, Feng Shui Bathroom, Feng Shui Home Office, Feng Shui Kitchen, Feng Shui Living Room | 0 comments

Skylights are recommended in active rooms such as living rooms, home offices, family rooms, kitchens, garages, and bathrooms. They’re best located away from furniture, as they activate the upward flow of Ch’i and can be uncomfortable to sit or rest under for any length of time. If necessary, rearrange the furniture or install a shade for comfort.

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Cuppa Ch’i: The Wealth & Prosperity Gua

Posted by on Nov 5, 2014 in Bagua, Cuppa Ch'i | 0 comments

The Bagua Map: The Wealth & Prosperity Gua

Enhance to:

  • Generate more cash flow
  • Gather resources for a special purpose
  • Strengthen the attribute of gratitude
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Cuppa Ch’i: Following the Inner Truth

Posted by on Nov 3, 2014 in Cuppa Ch'i, I Ching, Inner Feng Shui | 0 comments

The I Ching #17: Following. The Cosmic meaning of this hexagram, as given by the Sage, is a person’s following of his inner truth as the standard for everything he does. Inner truth is our memory of what Cosmic Harmony feels like. Subjecting the outer reality to our feelings of inner truth prompts us to respond in the correct way to every situation, and leads to the supreme success mentioned here. When we follow our inner truth in this way we remain united with the Cosmic Whole.

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Cuppa Ch’i: Storing the Technology

Posted by on Oct 29, 2014 in Cuppa Ch'i, Feng Shui Bedroom, Feng Shui Living Room, Technology | 0 comments

Locate televisions and stereos in furniture with doors so they can disappear from sight whenever you wish. This enhances the conversation, relaxation, and serenity in your home, and assures that you, not the equipment, are the master of the house.

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Cuppa Ch’i: Let the Bedroom Stay True to It’s Name

Posted by on Oct 27, 2014 in Cuppa Ch'i, Feng Shui Bedroom | 0 comments

Ideally, your bedroom is devoted to rest, rejuvenation and renewal. Dedicate your bedroom to its original role – the room for the bed. Locate “active” things like exercise equipment and computers in other rooms, or cover or screen them from the bed when not in use.

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Cuppa Ch’i: Create a Pleasant Bathroom

Posted by on Oct 22, 2014 in Cuppa Ch'i, Feng Shui Bathroom | 0 comments

The primary function of your bathroom is to cleanse your body – inside and out – via the sink, shower, bathtub, and toilet. Unfortunately, all that plumbing is often thought to literally drain vital energy and resources from the house. To counteract this, you can design your bathrooms to be as pleasant and uplifting as they are functional.

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