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Welcome to the Year of the Yin Wood Sheep

Posted by on Feb 16, 2015 in Alumni Speak, Animals, Chinese Astrology, Feng Shui New Year, Five Elements, Inspiration | 8 comments

By Luckie Bosselman
WSFS Alumna and Practitioner

We will happily say good bye to the year of the Horse on Wednesday, February 18, 2015, and welcome in the more gentle docile Yin Wood Sheep. In the format of Chinese Astrology there are 12 animals, 5 elements and the energies of Yin and Yang. Each year there is a different animal energy in charge, there are two years of the same element (Wood, Water, Fire, Metal or Earth) the first of the two years of elements beings the Yang, which is more forceful and the second year is the more introspective Yin. Print a 5 Element Chart here.

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The Power of Yin

Posted by on Feb 9, 2015 in Ch'i, Feng Shui Definition, Feng Shui New Year, I Ching, Inner Feng Shui | Comments Off on The Power of Yin

By Karen Abler-Carrasco
WSFS Mentor & Instructor

 

The Tao Teh Ching says,

“What is in the end to be shrunken,
Begins by being first stretched out.
What is in the end to be weakened,
Begins by being first made strong.
What is in the end to be thrown down,
Begins by being first set on high.
What is in the end to be despoiled,
Begins by being first richly endowed.

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How Beliefs Can Ruin or Transform Your Life

Posted by on Feb 2, 2015 in Alumni Speak, Essential Feng Shui Rock Stars, Essential Feng Shui Tips, Essential Stories, Feng Shui New Year, Inner Feng Shui | 2 comments

by Kac Young PhD, ND, DCH
WSFS Alumni and Practitioner

All the talk in the New Year about resolutions won’t get you anywhere but disappointed. Statistics show that only 8% of people who make New Year’s Resolutions are successful.  Why is that? Are we all losers?

Far from it. There is a definite secret to making changes stick. You can make all the resolutions you want but until you change your beliefs, you will not succeed. The way to change your reality is to change what you believe.

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The Tao of Lifestyle: Sister Feng Shui

Posted by on Jan 29, 2015 in The Tao of Lifestyle, Three Sisters | Comments Off on The Tao of Lifestyle: Sister Feng Shui

Feng Shui gathers the wisdom of her Sisters and brings it home. She encourages us to personally craft environmental sanctuaries that can hold our true selves in place. A great enthusiast of comfort, safety, and beauty, she is always looking for ways to give kindness and imagination shelter. Through her influence, our inner and outer worlds become harmonious reflections of each other, resonant chords in a living symphony of sacred space within the greater matrix of community.

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The Tao of Lifestyle: Sister I Ching

Posted by on Jan 27, 2015 in The Tao of Lifestyle, Three Sisters | Comments Off on The Tao of Lifestyle: Sister I Ching

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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