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Incorporating Feng Shui to Your Outdoor Spaces

If you could associate springtime with a room you wouldn’t find inside the home, as it would be outside in the garden. Our yards are where many of us enjoy spending time in the warmer months. Whether you are an experienced gardener or a weekend patio grower the time is fast approaching to incorporate new ideas to your garden. Local yard and garden centers are filled with new and unusual choices awaiting your imagination. You can find art for the garden in a variety of yard decorations. Sta...

Coming Home – The Return Journey

There is a journey that we take where the transportation cannot be by land, air or by sea. This journey is about finding our place in the world; It begins and ends the same way for everyone. We leave our childhood home, explore the possibilities of new places and then somehow we return. The answers to these questions are locked in the stories and myths of our lives Etched forever in our minds in the story of the wizard of Oz is the iconic symbol of the ruby red slippers. These red ruby slippers...

Homes Speak to Me

I am a Holistic Interior Designer Feng Shui consultant and Life Style Coach but I am often called a “home whisperer”. I have always had the ability to hear the voice of the homes but after visiting hundreds of homes over 2 decades I have sharpen the skill. In this article I share 3 ways that homes speak to me with examples of client experiences. As a result, I will share how you can tune in to the important conversation that is going on in your own home. Homes speak to me. No, not in the way...

Aligning to Spring

Spring is just around the corner. The spring equinox is on March 20, 2015. Everything in our world flows to the patterns found in Mother Nature’s cycles. As we align our homes and mindset to these cycles, it nourishes and refreshes our lives. Each season contains a certain rhythm that teaches us how to live in balance and beauty. In order to become connected to these rhythms, the Chinese system used in Feng Shui uses 5 elements, which provide valuable information related to seasons of the year...

Chinese New Year 2015 (Feb 19th)

Every year we go through a major shift of energy recognized in the west on New Year’s Day, January 1 and, in the east as Chinese New Year, which always falls on the first lunar new moon of the year. This year the Chinese New Year is February 19, 2015. While both of these are like a reset button on your computer in which we can re-boot and start fresh again, they also have a subtle difference. The Chinese New year celebration is a time to welcome longevity, wealth and prosperity and to eliminat...

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