Tips for Women of a Certain Age: Feng Shui Alternatives to Face Lift by Adele Trebil
Ladies, in today’s challenging world, we’d all appreciate tips that make our lives easier. After 20 years as a national Feng Shui consultant and trainer, here are ten Feng Shui gems that I’d like to pass along. Enjoy your freeing Feng Shui experience.
- Claim a private area of your home as your personal “sanctuary.” Spend at least 15-30 minutes a day here, quietly. Surround this space with things that nurture you and include all your senses: slight, smell, sounds, taste, and touch.
- Add “round,” “oval,” and “s-shapes” to your favorite rooms. Avoid areas that are dominated by squares and hard angled geometric shapes (these are too “yang” and do not include the more feminine/you shapes).
- The North part of your home or office has strong creativity/writing/creative expression energy in 2010. Go to this area to tap into your creative juices. Add a live plant or cut flowers to super charge creative visions at the north.
- Create a seating arrangement that puts you in the center of a circle. Energy flows to the center of a circle in nature. Park yourself in this kind of a circle arrangement whenever you’re dragging, and feel the “energizer bunny” pop back into your body.
- Move your bed out from under ceiling beams or downward sloped ceilings. You’ll sleep better and wake up without those dark circles under your eyes.
- Maintain a large, Technicolor picture of something you’ve always dreamed of in the far left corner of a room you frequent daily. Make it juicy. Look at it a lot.
- Avoid sitting in areas with large widows on one side and doors on the other. This feels like a freeway. Just like too much time on a busy highway, this will drain you.
- Locate a beautiful picture of nature, rather than a mirror, across from your bed.
- Choose a cushy chair with rounded arms and a random U-shaped body as your favorite chair. This represents the “embrace,” one of the most nurturing forms. You will feel nurtured.
- Choose a balance of both yin (passive, dark, low, round) and yang (active, light, height, angular) accents to decorate your home and office to create ultimate balance and to move energy.
© Adele Trebil | Feng Shui Design Associates/Kan Yu Enterprises
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