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Essential Feng Shui Tips: Ch’i is Always Changing

Posted by on Apr 1, 2015 in Ch'i, Essential Feng Shui Tips, Inner Feng Shui | 0 comments

The Ch’i in Everything Is Always Changing: We witness change all the time in our bodies, relationships, energy level, state of mind, emotions, and in nature. The one constant in our physical universe is change. In Feng Shui, we accept change as a gift. We make friends with it. We embrace and invite change to continually make our lives better. So long as we are alive, we are growing and changing. When our homes reflect our changes, we move harmoniously forward. When we are fully engaged in the dance of change and just let it happen, we are drawn to reinvent our homes to reflect our personal evolution.

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The Tao of Lifestyle: Sinking Into the Mystery

Posted by on Mar 31, 2015 in Chinese Medicine, Inner Feng Shui, The Tao of Lifestyle, Three Sisters | 0 comments

Treasure the blessings inherent in every moment. Celebrate the ever-unfolding love affair between your spirit and flesh. Let your imagination soar, gather what was once unimaginable, and return ecstatic. Invite your creative genius to shape every moment. Be gracious to your body and offer her what she asks for – a walk in the sunshine, a rest in the middle of the day, a favorite flavor. Infuse being into doing. It’s more than taking the time to smell the roses; it’s taking the time to sink fully into the mystery of the roses, and all of life. Make this your daily practice. Your kind attendance to your inner and outer worlds – your whole being – restores your heart and calls forth the full expression of who you are.

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Webinar: Essential Feng Shui for Love and Marriage

Posted by on Mar 31, 2015 in Bagua, I Ching, Inner Feng Shui, Webinar | 0 comments

What does Essential Feng Shui® say about Love? What can we do to enhance it?! Join us as we continue our tour around the Bagua Map with Love & Marriage.

“Love is the recognition of complementarity.” – The I Ching

 

We’ll reference the following handouts, and explain how to fill them out.

TheBaguaMap

WSFS_RoomBalanceAnalysis

WSFS_LifestyleBalanceAnalysis

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Feng Shui Folly: Setting Boundaries Using Mirrors

Posted by on Mar 27, 2015 in Feng Shui Folly, Q & A, Your Life | 0 comments

Our friend T.K. asks: “I have a very hate filled neighbor next door.  He has even threatened physical violence, although I don’t believe he would follow through.  He is my husband’s brother, who we bought our land from.  I am trying to figure out what Feng Shui cures I can use to stem the hostility. I am wondering about a concave bagua mirror facing in his direction over a window on the east side of my house.  I know they usually go over the entrance door but that is not the direction he is from my home.  I know they are very powerful and can backfire, causing increased hostility or harm to ourselves.  Can you advise…should I just hang a regular mirror in a window facing his direction?  I really could use your advice.”

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The Tao of Lifestyle: Filling The Sanctuary

Posted by on Mar 26, 2015 in Inspiration, The Tao of Lifestyle, Three Sisters | 0 comments

Reclaim the wings of your imagination and ride the currents of feeling into your inner world. The sanctuary of your heart isn’t so much thought as felt into being.

Fill it with love, love, and more love!

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Essential Feng Shui Tips: Desk Positioning

Posted by on Mar 25, 2015 in Essential Feng Shui Tips, Feng Shui Home Office | 0 comments

A desk is best placed in the “command position” where you can see the door without being directly in front of it, and there’s a wall behind you. This location offers you protection and support from the back, and a commanding view from the front. If there is a window behind you, place plants, shades, or furniture as a buffer between you and the window. When you cannot sit facing the door, place a mirror on or over your desk to reflect the door.

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The Tao of Lifestyle: Opening to Heaven and Earth

Posted by on Mar 24, 2015 in Chinese Medicine, Inner Feng Shui, The Tao of Lifestyle, Three Sisters | 0 comments

Let your heart breathe – it becomes more spacious with every breath you take.  The radiant essences of heaven and earth are always streaming around you, and now you are learning how to open your inner gateways and invite them to flow into you. As you breathe, feel them flow into your body from above and below, merge in your heart, and expand out through every cell of your body and beyond.

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