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The Tao of Lifestyle: Sister I Ching

Posted by on Jan 27, 2015 in The Tao of Lifestyle, Three Sisters | 0 comments

I Ching views kindness as the heart of the matter. She is fierce in her direction, lest we sink in the dark waters of heartlessness. She tutors us in weaving kindness into every thought, word and action, a practice that circles around to sow all manner of blessings into our lives. She is also a revealer, unveiling the nonphysical world of loving help devoted to our ever-unfolding transformation.

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Feng Shui Folly: Mastercraft Sink

Posted by on Jan 23, 2015 in Art, Feng Shui Bathroom | 0 comments

In Essential Feng Shui, we live with what we love and we express ourselves. Also, Essential Feng Shui wants drawers clean and organized; not annoying, irksome, irritating or overwhelming. Does this qualify?

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The Tao of Lifestyle: Sister Chinese Medicine

Posted by on Jan 22, 2015 in The Tao of Lifestyle, Three Sisters | 0 comments

Chinese Medicine places tranquility at the very core of the Way. She is poetic in her observations, viewing the body as a temple of miracles where the tranquil heart is the bedchamber of heaven and earth and home of the true self. She counsels us to embrace a balanced lifestyle where work, play, and rest form a trinity from which our full potential can blossom. Many inner gateways open in her healing presence, invitations to embody myriad facets of our selves as imaginative, sensual, luminous human beings.

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The Tao of Lifestyle: the Way

Posted by on Jan 20, 2015 in The Tao of Lifestyle, Three Sisters | 0 comments

Translated as the Way, the Tao chronicles the path of harmony. As Sisters, Chinese Medicine, I Ching, and Feng Shui are born from the Tao, their legacies tracing back as far as the historical eye can see. There is a timeless quality about their message that is easy to recognize. We can feel it. The Tao, the Way, is permeated with love.

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Feng Shui Folly: A Headboard

Posted by on Jan 16, 2015 in Feng Shui Bedroom, Feng Shui Folly | 1 comment

What do YOU think about this? At a recent Essential Feng Shui Consultation, Terah saw that this guest bed really needed a headboard. It just so happened that the homeowner had a RUG just the right size. Let us know what you think!

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Cuppa Ch’i: Abundance and Success

Posted by on Dec 31, 2014 in Essential Feng Shui Tips, I Ching, Inner Feng Shui | 0 comments

I Ching #55: Abundance. While the colletive ego would say, “abundance (in terms of possessions, power, etc.) is the measure of success,” we are guided to see that the words “abundance has success” refer to an attitude that leads to success. True modesty is the attitude that constantly draws the help of the Helpers. The consequence is the abundance of gifts the Helpers bring. Modesty occurs when a person recognizes the beneficial nature of the Cosmos, and the fact that all the gifts and blessings of his life come from that source.

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Deck the Halls…

Posted by on Dec 21, 2014 in Art, Ch'i, Feng Shui New Year | 0 comments

…and the walls, shelves, tables, and doors! This time of year, I get carried away by all the sparkling ornaments and glimmering remembrances. My collection of decorations, after sleeping in a box for a year, emerge with stories to tell. Tales I’ve almost forgotten and yearn to remember. As I gently pull them free from their quiet nests and arrange them around the house, their soft murmurs or loud bursts of memories fill me with waves of delight; poignancy; awe.

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