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Cuppa Ch’i: Loving Your Possessions

Posted by on Sep 29, 2014 in Cuppa Ch'i, Eliminating Clutter | 0 comments

Ask yourself, “Do I love this?” as you sort through your possessions. This will help you discover and let go of the things that no longer serve you well. This is an ongoing process, as the things we love today may wear out or lose their charm in time. Take stock of your belongings on a regular basis and release the ones that no longer affirm who you are.

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Cuppa Ch’i: Having a View of the Door

Posted by on Sep 24, 2014 in Cuppa Ch'i, Feng Shui Living Room | 0 comments

Position your primary seating – a sofa for instance – so that you can see the door while seated there. Then, arrange other seating such as love seats and chairs so that you have at least a peripheral view of the door. When this is not possible, strategically place a mirror to reflect a view of the door.

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Cuppa Ch’i: Sharing a View

Posted by on Sep 22, 2014 in Cuppa Ch'i, Feng Shui Bedroom, Relationship Tips | 0 comments

Couples who share the same view from their bed also tend to share the same point of view in life. Be sure that the view from your bed is absolutely wonderful, with art or other features that you and your partner find very pleasing.

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Cuppa Ch’i: Live with What You Love

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

One of the most powerful actions you can take is to live with what you love. The more you can do this, the better. Look through your Feng Shui eyes as you design, furnish, and arrange your home, and decide whether you truly love your choices. Save yourself from the plethora of poor designs by being thoughtful, creative, and downright picky. Choose what you love, even when it’s not what a design magazine suggests. When you have to settle for or live with something you don’t love, lift its energy by placing something nearby that makes your heart sing. For instance, I lived with a gray couch for a while that was not my favorite color. To make it work for me, I draped a beautiful red cloth along the back and I lived happily with it until I could replace it with exactly what I wanted.

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Cuppa Ch’i: The Fire Element

Posted by on Sep 15, 2014 in Cuppa Ch'i, Five Elements | 0 comments

The Fire Element – Reds; lighting, candles, fireplaces, sunlight, items made from animals, such as leather, wool, bone, and feathers; triangular and conical shapes; Art portraying animals and/or people. Enhances the qualities of leadership and healthy emotional interactions between people.

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Cuppa Ch’i: Start Practicing Today

Posted by on Sep 10, 2014 in Cuppa Ch'i | 0 comments

The best time to practice Feng Shui is today. Waiting for the perfect conditions is like waiting to start exercising or to start eating well. The energy that moves through your home is of vital importance to your health, prosperity, and happiness now. So begin designing your perfect home—your personal paradise—today, wherever you are. When it comes right down to it, you are renting, whether you own your home or not.  Don’t let plans to move keep you from making the home you live in now the best it can be. Balancing and enhancing your present home is one of the most powerful things you can do to energize and manifest your goals and dreams for the future.

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We’re Here To Do This!

Posted by on Sep 8, 2014 in Art, Garden & Landscape, Terah | 9 comments

by Terah Kathryn Collins, Founder Western School of Feng Shui

Greetings Co-Creators!flowers in boxes

I have recently returned from a 2-week romp through Brussels and Dublin with seven friends. The trip was born when my publisher and dear friend Louise Hay decided we must go and see the Flower Carpet, an extraordinary work of wonder that is created bi-annually in Brussels’ Grand Plaza. And then…. because we were so close….. she figured we’d head over to Dublin to drink Guinness ‘from the source.’

Well of course! Louise Hay in an Irish cap

Louise & Heather in their new Irish caps.



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