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Fresh vegetables at the Market in Budapest Again, from a Feng Shui point of view, what is closest to us, affects us the most. The quality of the food we eat is inextricably linked to the quality of our health and well being. It really is that simple. We get out of our bodies what...
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Make the switch to non toxic cleaning products Let’s discuss the products under your kitchen sink and in your laundry room . The next “reset” I would like to invite you to consider involves the products you use to clean your home, kitchen and clothes. In Feng Shui, we learn that what is closest to...
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We have all had quite a year. 2020 is about to come to a close and most of us are looking forward to a brighter 2021. I thought I would share a few “reset” ideas to help you start 2021 in a healthy, happy and more vibrant way. I started down this path about 13...
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How to create a healthy bedroom The most important part of your bedroom is your bed. If possible, opt for organic mattresses, pillows, sheets and bedding. I happen to love http://bollandbranch.com bedding myself. My choice of mattress these days is shredded latex. I love the option of three different layers that can be mixed &...
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Decorating with all 5 Elements in Small Spaces Decorating with my Elements in Balance approach can be very simple. I have been asked lately about how to decorate/design with all 5 Elements and not have a space feel cluttered. The secret? Make the items you select bring in more than 1 Element: In this photo...
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Go Smudge Yourself! Did you know you could smudge yourself? After all, what is closer to you than you? And as I have said before, what is closest to you has the most impact. Here is how to do it. 1ST pass: CLEANSE. Set your intention. One of my favorite intentions is: RESTORE – ENLIGHTEN...
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Manzanita bush I recently spent an amazing weekend as part of a women’s retreat in Sedona lead by Anahata Ananda https://www.shamangelichealing.com/. We spent one morning on a land journey and learned what the land had to teach us. One of the most important lessons I walked away with was the lesson of the Manzanita bush....
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Sedona Butterfly My husband and I are now on the second day of our fifth week of quarantine. He is still working, so other than being at his home office instead of his regular office, his day isn’t all that different from what he would consider a “normal” day. For myself, on the other hand,...
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