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Cuppa Ch’i: Designing a Serene Dining Environment

Posted by on Dec 17, 2014 in Cuppa Ch'i, Feng Shui Dining Room | 0 comments

Because nourishment is so vital to our health and well-being, Feng Shui encourages us to design a pleasant and serene dining environment. Turn off the telephone, play soft music, set the table, light candles, and dine at a leisurely pace. The more hectic your days are, the more important the ritual of dining is to your health and happiness. Such a place slows you down enough to become aware of the Ch’i qualities in your food. You also receive the invaluable gift of connecting with yourself and other people who may be breaking bread with you. Make your dining room an oasis where you can nourish both the body and the spirit.

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A Cuppa Ch’i: Mirrors

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

Because mirrors “wake up” a room, they belong in active rooms such as the living room, family room, home office, bathroom, and kitchen. This same quality usually makes mirrors too active for dining rooms and bedrooms.

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More Prosperity Please

Posted by on Dec 8, 2014 in Bagua, Ch'i, Testimonials | 0 comments

Got Prosperity? The Western Guide to Feng Shui For Prosperity by Terah Kathryn Collins can Light Your Way!

The Western Guide to Feng Shui for Prosperity: Revised Edition!: True Accounts of People Who Have Applied Essential Feng Shui to Their Lives and Prospered

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Dear Ms. Collins,
My husband and I are reading “The Western Guide to Feng Shui for Prosperity” and we are having such fun applying the principles around our home. We’ve had a very difficult past several years (e.g., health issues, our work not selling, our children having trouble in school, we’re always broke though we live very simply, etc., etc.), so let me tell ya: we are *very* much looking forward to getting the chi flowing around here!!
So I just wanted to thank you for unpacking this Chinese wisdom and positive approach to life for us here in the West– we especially love your affirmations in the back of the book!! Wow!!!

Today we are going out to find some “Wealth & Prosperity” symbols – Wish us luck!

God bless you, Ms. Collins,
D

Wow D! Thanks for infusing me with the feel-good elixir of your kindred spirit words! ENJOY your shopping spree and please remember to choose enhancements that make your heart sing – choose them from the inside out, versus the outside in!!

Love to you and your family,
Terah

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Cuppa Ch’i: Comfort and Safety

Posted by on Dec 8, 2014 in Ch'i, Cuppa Ch'i | 0 comments

Comfort and safety are two of the most important factors to consider when designing and furnishing a home. Simply put, comfort and safety greatly enhance the positive flow of Ch’i in your home, while their absence diminishes Ch’i considerably. Let the beauty of your home be born out of safe and comfortable designs you choose.

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Cuppa Ch’i: Calm Bedrooms for Hyperactive Children

Posted by on Dec 3, 2014 in Cuppa Ch'i, Feng Shui Bedroom | 0 comments

Many “hyperactive” children are sleeping in bedrooms with bright red sheets, and walls full of action figures. Calm their bedrooms by replacing bright colors with skin tones that wrap children in a cozy, tranquil embrace. Choose serene or happy art that doesn’t fly, fall, drive, or race around the room.

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Cuppa Ch’i: The Helpful People & Travel Gua

Posted by on Nov 24, 2014 in Bagua, Cuppa Ch'i | 0 comments

The Bagua Map: The Helpful People & Travel Gua

Enhance to:

  • Meet mentors, clients, colleagues, and helpful people of all kinds
  • Attract opportunities to travel
  • Feel more spiritually connected
  • Bring about a move to a new home or work location
  • Experience more synchronicity
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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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