Declutter Fear and Guilt

Fear and guilt are 2 negative emotions, 2 sources of unhappiness, that occur when the healthy emotion of RESPONSIBILITY (yes, in Feng Shui this is considered an emotion) is either too low or too high. Responsibility, fear and guilt are all associated with the water element. The water element rules…

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Dare to Disrupt Your Patterns of Unhappiness

Acupuncture seeks to eliminate congestion and activate the circulation of Chi in the body, in order to interrupt and disorganize patterns of illness. This allows chi to restore health to the body. My 9 Steps to Feng Shui Decluttering Method works by eliminating the congestion that clutter creates, and activating…

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I Can Teach Anyone to Declutter!

This photo taken inside my home will prove to you that I can teach anyone to declutter You probably assume, and you would assume correctly, that after 15 years practicing Feng Shui and over 10 years of teaching people how to declutter, my home is completely free of clutter. Of…

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A Decluttering Tip to Attract New Love

Most of my single clients who struggle or have struggled with finding love share one characteristic in common: attachment to childhood or adolescent views of love, instead of accepting the sometimes gritty reality of true love relationships. Any symbols that a woman is clinging to childhood and has not matured…

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A Decluttering Tip for Money

If you’re looking for a decluttering tip for money, you’re in the right place. Money belongs in life area 1: Career, Life Mission and Individuality. You do your best in this life area when you focus on the present, but project your energy into the future. Therefore, anything that keeps…

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Don’t Declutter

Clutter fulfills particular functions in our lives. It helps us cope with issues we are not ready to face. When I first started practicing Feng Shui as a profession, I believed, like many other consultants, that declutttering was a good thing to do as soon as a person had determined…

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What Type of “Clutterer” Are You?

  The Stasher-Clutterer: You are a stasher if your home gives the appearance of a tidy space until someone tries to open a cabinet, a drawer or a closet door — then the clutter overflows. I have found that clients who clutter in this particular way are often too concerned…

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