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Essential Feng Shui Inner Circle Membership

Posted by on Jan 1, 2016 in Community Voice, Essential Feng Shui Tips, Featured, Feng Shui Resources, Inspiration | Comments Off on Essential Feng Shui Inner Circle Membership

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Dear Ones,

Essential Feng Shui® has been my passion for over 20 years, and I learn something new each day. Every space and person I meet is truly unique. Because we are all gloriously one-of-a-kind human beings, we naturally respond best to fluid guidelines rather than rigid rules. No one likes a forced march. You have your own needs, preferences, and desires and they change as you do! When you open your Feng Shui eyes and see how you can arrange your personal surroundings to support and enhance your life – you thrive. 
The trick is to learn how to clearly see and successfully orchestrate your own environmental dance. This is what I love to do. As an Essential Feng Shui Inner Circle member, you’ll receive weekly infusions of tips, talks, and helpful guidance from me that will open your Feng Shui eyes and ignite your creative spirit. Then, you can swing your surroundings into harmony, moment by  moment, in your own unique and wonderful Way!
Here’s to sharing the dance with you,
Essential Feng Shui Membership
Terah Kathryn Collins, Originator of Essential Feng Shui® 
& Founder of the Western School of Feng Shui®

Begin your membership for $4.95 a month today to receive your password
into your Essential Feng Shui® Inner Circle.
I’ll meet you there! 

Here’s what your Essential Feng Shui® Inner Circle Membership includes

  • Practical and inspiring guidance from Terah every week
  • Clear, concise theories to help you understand the ‘why’ of your Essential Feng Shui® instruction 
  • Quick tips and thorough room-by-room guidelines for your whole house, including your living and dining areas, kitchen, bedrooms, bathrooms, home office, storage areas and more
  • Terah’s in-depth explanations of every tool in your Essential Feng Shui® toolbox  

Terah also talks about:
  • Identifying and correcting challenging architectural features such as sharp corners, long hallways, overhead beams, and staircase placement;
  • Making the smartest furniture choices;
  • Arranging your furniture for your optimal safety, comfort, and beauty.
Your Inner Circle Membership also includes:
  • Terah’s webinars on how to enhance your lifestyle, including your prosperity, intimate relationships, health, and creativity 
  • Helpful handouts and Insightful self-assessments to personalize your experience
  • And much more!
Begin your membership for $4.95 a month today to receive your password into your 
Essential Feng Shui® Inner Circle. 

If you have any questions, please contact Terah directly at . Thank you!

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Essential Feng Shui Tips: Mirrors

Posted by on Dec 31, 2015 in Essential Feng Shui Tips, Feng Shui Definition, Your Home | Comments Off on Essential Feng Shui Tips: Mirrors

Feng Shui Definitions

Mirrors activate, expand, and circulate Ch’i throughout interior spaces. When properly chosen and installed, they can visually enlarge small rooms and double beautiful views.

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The Retail Recipe For Great Feng Shui

Posted by on Dec 31, 2015 in Career & Business, Essential Feng Shui Tips, Five Elements | 2 comments

On a recent visit to a new gift shop in town, I passed a woman who was just leaving with a big shopping bag in hand. “This place has great Feng Shui,” she beamed. My curiosity piqued, I asked her, “What exactly do you mean by great Feng Shui?”  “Oh, you’ll feel it right away,” she said, smiling over her shoulder. “It’s the whole atmosphere.”
And indeed, the store did have a very inviting atmosphere.  Inviting enough for me to buy something so I could take a little piece of that great Feng Shui home with me…  So what exactly is “great Feng Shui?” As an Essential Feng Shui® consultant for jewel
over fifteen years, I liken it to the favorite meal you create with just the right ingredients.  When you know the recipe, you can make magic happen and in this case, an enchantingly irresistible retail atmosphere.
The recipe begins with three fundamental ingredients, or the three foundational principles of Essential Feng Shui:
1. Everything is Alive ñ Essential Feng Shui® observes that all things are essentially alive with the thoughts and feelings we associate with them.  Every thing triggers internal dialog, memories, and associations.  The trick is to create a shopping environment that prompts the chatter inside shoppers’ heads to say things like, “I really love the lighting in here; oh, I love that color; this reminds me of being on vacation, what a soft chair …”  Not, “I look awful in this lighting; what an ugly color; that looks like my kid’s messy room; there’s nowhere to sit in this place …”  
Creating an environment that encourages feel-good mind-talk is a gift – a gift that shoppers purchase and take home with them.  Instinctively, they know that every time they look at their purchase, the pleasing memory of their experience in your store will come alive again.
2. Everything is Connected -Essential Feng Shui® views all parts of an environment as connected.  For storeowners this means that areas such as the “employees only” bathroom, the storeroom, and the back office are just as connected to the store’s success as the showroom.  Whether it can be seen from the front entrance or not, clutter and disorder can push prosperity right out the door.  Every square inch counts and it’s all connected.
What’s more, your personal connection with your business is crucial. The more you really love and feel connected to it, the more you’re ready, willing, and able to pour your essence into it, and to address clutter and maintenance issues as they arise.  This principle also applies to your connection with every customer who walks through your door.  Serving customers with the “just right” balance between harassing and ignoring them is the holy grail of customer service.  People respond best to soft landings, where no one barks a pseudo-cheery “Hello!” at them as soon as they enter the store and yet they can connect with someone helpful when they’re ready.
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Essential Feng Shui Tips: Nature Objects

Posted by on Dec 29, 2015 in Ch'i, Essential Feng Shui Tips, Feng Shui Definition, Nature & Eco-Tips | Comments Off on Essential Feng Shui Tips: Nature Objects

Feng Shui Definitions

Nature objects can be very Ch’i-enhancing when they connect you to the special experiences you’ve had outdoors. Bowls of shells, baskets of pine cones, vases of seed pods; and collections of rocks, stones, and fossils can be the most evocative mementos, especially if you gathered them yourself. The memories associated with your nature objects keep you connected to the natural world, even when you live in an urban setting. And unlike plants, flowers, and pets, nature objects are “easy-care,” requiring only an occasional cleaning.

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Essential Feng Shui Tips: Pets

Posted by on Dec 24, 2015 in Animals, Essential Feng Shui Tips, Feng Shui Definition | Comments Off on Essential Feng Shui Tips: Pets

Feng Shui Definitions

When loved and well cared for, pets are natural batteries of lively Ch’i. As is always the case in Feng Shui, the key to success is care. Treat your pets with love and dignity, and they will “spark” your life.

  • Make sure indoor pets have their own special place in your home. Dogs and cats need a bed, rug, or mat that’s specifically theirs. Smaller animals need their own cages or tanks that give them plenty of room to live happy, healthful lives.
  • Keep pet homes fresh and clean to assure the health and vitality of your animals, as well as the quality of Ch’i flowing through your home. Don’t allow anyone—child or adult—to abuse or neglect a pet, and pay close attention to the well-being of pets living in children’s rooms.
  • If your pets live outdoors, they also need clean, dry homes and places to exercise. Dog runs and horse stables need to be large and cleared of manure every day.
  • The best remedy for cat and rabbit litter boxes is to keep them extra clean. Keep them hooded and out of the way in garages, large bathrooms, or basements.
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Essential Feng Shui Tips: Creative Expression

Posted by on Dec 23, 2015 in Essential Feng Shui Tips, Inner Feng Shui, Your Life | Comments Off on Essential Feng Shui Tips: Creative Expression

Inner Feng Shui

Now is the time to assess your creative expression. If you feel creatively blocked, what happened to shut down your creative juices? When you were a child, did a teacher tell you that your drawings looked silly or were the wrong colors? Or, are you just too “busy” to be creative? Being creative is as vital to the health of your spirit as vitamin C is to the health of your body. It’s your active participation in the creative process that feeds your spirit. Begin today to nurture yourself in this way by signing up for a class that will nurture your creativity. Decide which avenue of expression makes your heart sing, and give it to yourself as a gift!

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