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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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What they say about the Prac Training

Posted by on Oct 17, 2014 in Audio & Video, Events, Feng Shui Classes, Testimonials | 0 comments

“My Feng Shui business is thriving, thanks to you lovely women.”

- Roberta G., GA

 

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Cuppa Ch’i: Renewing the Bedroom

Posted by on Oct 15, 2014 in Cuppa Ch'i, Feng Shui Bedroom | 0 comments

Replace any bedroom furniture and décor that carries bad memories from past relationships. Check your furnishings for sharp corners, edges, or legs that could be dangerous to sleepy – or amorous – bodies.

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Cuppa Ch’i: Organizing Storage Spaces

Posted by on Oct 13, 2014 in Ch'i, Clutter, Cuppa Ch'i | 0 comments

Closets, drawers, and cabinets are often clutter hideaways and stagnant backwaters, negatively affecting the flow of Ch’i throughout the entire home. Everything may look orderly until you open a closet or drawer, and then all chaos breaks loose. Since there is no place to hide in Feng Shui, the organization, and pleasing arrangement of things in these areas becomes as important as the organization and arrangement of your most public room.

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Cuppa Ch’i: The Fame & Reputation Gua

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

The Bagua Map: The Fame & Reputation Gua

Enhance to:

  • Establish a good reputation
  • Gain more respect and recognition
  • Sustain a high level of integrity
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Cuppa Ch’i: The Wood Element

Posted by on Oct 6, 2014 in Cuppa Ch'i, Five Elements | 0 comments

The Wood Element– Greens and blues; plants and flowers; items made from wood; columnar and pillar shapes; stripes; art portraying gardens and landscapes. Enhances our intuition, creativity, flexibility and expansion.

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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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