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Feng Shui Your Life!

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A few days ago, I found out I had to move. I should have seen it coming as the house has been on the market for a couple of years now and the landlord wants to clear out his assets because he’s getting on in age.

But, I’m getting on in age, too. At fifty-three, I’m no spring chicken anymore and the thought of moving sent me into depression. Not clinical depression, but it did send me for a loop and I cried for days simply because at that point, I didn’t have a place in mind to move and I knew what moving involved and I didn’t think I was quite up to it.

However, there were more things involved.

As I have an online business, would that mean I would be out of commission during the move? What about my pets? Would the new landlord allow them? But, more than that, how can I come out of this funk and look at this as a new and cleansing experience?

The answer, I believe, is Feng Shui. I decided to Feng Shui my life.

According to Wikipedia, Feng Shui is “… an ancient Chinese practice believed to utilize the Laws of both Heaven (astronomy) and Earth, (geography), and to help one improve life by receiving positive Qi.”

I had bought a CD just days before I found out the news called “Feng Shui: Music for Balanced Living” and, even then, I didn’t realize that I would be using this method to help me make this life transition. I just wasn’t moving; I was entering a new phase of my life in which I was going to let it become a natural part of my life’s journey and I better get out of this funk and realize this is going to be the best thing I have ever done for myself.

But, where do you start to Feng Shui your life? You read everything you can get your hands on, and then you apply it.

As I’m finding out how to do this myself, I’m blogging it at my new blog at Feng Shui Your Life. By journaling my progress, you (and I) will see Feng Shui in action.

Will it work? Only time will tell, but “uncluttering” my life as that’s basically what Feng Shui is all about, sounds uplifting and rejuvenating—something I look forward to as I enter my Golden Years and find out what real living is really all about.


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