Create patios for “downtime”

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No matter where you live, summer, patio living and relaxation all require energy that provides peace, quiet and the opportunity to rest, read a book and step out of the fast lane. Life changes for many of you when summer arrives. The children are out of school so there are fewer scheduling conflicts. Shopping and running errands take less time because they can be run at times when fewer people are at the store so more time is gratefully spent on your patios, around ...

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Unclutter your world

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A number of fearful looks appear on customers’ and students’ faces when I suggest that clutter and stagnant energy might be at the root of the dilemmas they are dealing with. In fact fear strikes at the heart of many when I ask “why are you keeping years of magazines that date back to 1935, letters your husband’s grandmother sent him as a child or dime store jewelry that was handed down from your great aunt’s mother that you never wear”? Often there is no ...

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Can you have too many pictures

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Is it possible to have too many pictures hanging on your walls and placed so carefully on your tables, dresser, bookshelves, window sills and desk? Do walls and furniture tops need to breath and have space for energy to slowly meander? Are you personally affected by the energy of the pictures you’ve surrounded yourself with? Can you have too many eyes (family pictures) watching you when you work or sleep? Do the pictures in your bedroom over stimulate you when you are ready to sleep ...

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Are you recycling old energy

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One of the questions I get asked occasionally is “we loved our new home when we purchased it but somehow we are not happy with it now that we are living in it, what’s wrong?” Others will comment, “I’ve re-upholstered my grandmother’s sofa three times and I still don’t like it any better today than when it was given to me, why?” The answer to both questions is energy. The energy of others lingers in homes and furniture for years and ...

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Do you really love your home

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When you visit a friend’s home do you think “I love it here, I could just move in and live here forever?” Or, do you wish you could leave instantly and wonder “how can anyone live in that place”? Do certain restaurants make you feel welcome so you can enjoy a leisurely meal and others leave you considering “where is the nearest exit?” The same is true for clothing stores, banks, investment offices, doctor’s offices and grocery stores. Some make you ...

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