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Feng Shui Fun

Posted by on Apr 7, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

Feng Shui Fun

Looking for a fun activity for your book club or gourmet group? How about a Feng Shui party?

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Bring Serenity To Your Garden This Year

Posted by on Apr 7, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

Bring Serenity To Your Garden This Year

It’s spring and time to think about our outdoor living spaces.  Using feng shui for your garden landscape design creates a peaceful and serene place that is inviting, relaxing and energizing. Feng shui works with the beauty of nature and enhances all of the Earth’s elements such as wood, water, metal, fire and earth. The goal of a feng shui garden is to achieve balance in these elements with your overall landscape design The use of the feng shui elements, the arrangement of color and the placement of each object or plant has an...

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3 Ways Your Home Can Drain You

Posted by on Mar 26, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

3 Ways Your Home Can Drain You

Your home should be a constant source of strength It is your foundation, oasis and sanctuary. It gives you a sense of stability, belonging and inspiration when life seems hard and overwhelming. Your home should  be a source of support for your spiritual growth. It should not only be functional and practical but beautiful. Sadly for many people their homes actually negatively impact their lives. They drain them. Your environment is a direct reflection of your life. You may have rooms that you seldom use, although you may not have any specific...

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The Year of the Chinese Water Dragon

Posted by on Jan 27, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

The Year of the Chinese Water Dragon

Article by Tyler Graae 2012 is a year that gives life to what is achievable and what is possible, bringing magic and power to the earth as do the seasons. SHENG CHI – means the Essence of life, taking form as celestial breath. The Chinese Dragon informs us that it is time to set high standards, focus on our most elevated goals. Dragons are honored in the East. They are a representation of magnetism. This energy attracts attention and brings with it what you desire. Dragons are known for achieving the impossible. Let us plan and dream as we...

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2012 The Yang Water Dragon

Posted by on Jan 27, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

2012  The Yang Water Dragon

Each year movements of the greater law influence the earth. The earth is comparable to our human body; an organism that is embedded in the fundamental movement of energies shifting through the various layers of its form as well as the greater universe it is part of. We are part of these amazing movements of patterns. Each year bring with it qualities to encounter and abilities to learn.   The year of the Earth Dragon going through a water cycle is an opportunity for optimum growth and expansion. We are invited to put aside our ego,...

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2012 The year of power

Posted by on Jan 25, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

Get focussed on turning in to move what really matters ( youtube video)

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Blessings to you as the year of the Dragon moves us

Posted by on Jan 25, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

The Dragon I am an unquenchable fire, the center of all energy, the stout heroic heart. I am truth and light, I hold power and glory in my sway. My presence disperses dark clouds. I have been chosen to tame the fates. I AM THE DRAGON  Taken from “Handbook of Chinese Horoscopes” by Theresa...

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101 ways to Feng shui your space

Posted by on May 4, 2011 in Blog | 0 comments

Our front entrance has a big window towards the street. It is right in in line with the frenchdoor entering the actual hall and living area and the back door. It felt kind of open and exposed and giving little privacy to people walking and parking on the street. Energetically it leaks energy from the house and it is important to stop that from happening. We added a colorful transparent film with the pattern of flowers. Now we have privacy and the energy stays in the house as you see first the flowers and not th street. Energy goes where...

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Calming the stairs in the center of your house

Posted by on May 4, 2011 in Blog | 1 comment

Our house has in its center being a four level split the stairs going up and down. Feng shui promotes that the middle of your house is calm and has objects of earth element to help center and ground. To balance the very busy energy of walking up and down, we are in the middle of painting a mural on the wall of the staircase. we are painting large trees that go all the way from the bottom of the first lower level to the first upper level, helping to anchor the area and connect us to mother Earth, these trees are standing in fields. Those will...

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Bringing in more light

Posted by on Apr 28, 2011 in Blog | 0 comments

We live in a 4 level split. The first lower level has good windows and gets fairly good light. Yet we have a little narrow hallway between the two rooms with the bigger windows and it feels kind of oppressing. We thought of breaking down one of the walls and did not want to go into the hassle of having an ingenieur come to tell us wether that is okay. So I pondered for a while to see what would come to me as a solution. Figuring out where the studs were and how big the gaps between them and than taping it to the wall, gave me the idea. I...

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