19 May Urn-ing Feng Shui Balance

My husband, ever the consummate gardener, took on a project this past weekend.  Actually it was driven by my recommendation, but truthfully, if any of my ideas has to do with working in the yard, he's always on board.  Several years ago we placed three...

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11 Apr What’s in a Name?

Lately I’ve been addressing a lot of issues in my appointments with people who find themselves living in a space that has no meaning for them. This comes about in many ways. Sometimes a person was drawn to move into a house years ago and...

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10 Apr Does Feng Shui Really Work?

It happened to me again, as it has so often in the last few years. I was in a social setting, chatting with someone I hadn't seen for a while, when I felt a tug on my sleeve. Standing before me was a woman with whom I'd...

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06 Apr Who’s Knocking at the Door?

In Feng Shui the front door is one of the most important aspects to the house.  It symbolically represents the entry through which good luck will enter the home.  If the door is not used or is “invisible” because it’s on the side or is...

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03 Apr Job Se-Clarity: A Feng Shui Approach

These days a lot of people I'm seeing are dealing with work issues. Some are caught in a job they hate but don't dare leave with the economy the way it is. Despite the disdain of their job, they're just thankful to have one, so...

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22 Jan Job Security: Feng Shui Help—-or Not?

This week a past client contacted me verifying some suggestions I made to her in order to improve her work situation.  Despite the Feng Shui adjustments she had made, she lost her job anyway and was understandably upset.  Of course, she was wondering if she had...

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27 Dec Feng Shui Help for a New Job

An email came in from a follower asking for Feng Shui help in finding a new job after she had been laid off.  Her request was on the heels of two dear friends who likewise told me they had been down-sized or out-sourced.  The interesting...

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