The Zen of Simplicity

Feng Shui, Healthy Living

The Zen of Simplicity

“A simple life is its own reward” — George Santayana The opposite of simplicity is complexity and a complex life is prone to too many responsibilities that create stress, anxiety and pressure. Our culture is rampant with complexities: too many choices, too much to do, too many commitments, too little time, too little resources, too […]


November 01st, 2017 read more

Cleaning Tips, Feng Shui

Make Your Own Clearing Spray

Here’s my personal favorite recipe for making my own clearing spray for my home using high quality essential oils. In a 4 oz spray bottle add: purified water 15 drops of Frankincense 15 drops of Peppermint 10 drops of Spruce 10 drops of Lavender And if you want to get super fancy, add your favorite […]


September 05th, 2017 read more

Feng Shui, Uncategorized

Stagnant Vs. Vibrant Energy

Taking good care of our spaces creates vibrant energy while neglect creates stagnant energy. Stagnant chi not only impacts it’s residents, it also impact the neighbors.


August 22nd, 2017 read more

Feng Shui

Wake Up Your Space Exercise

Because everything in our space impacts our health and well being, it is important to live with what you love. Here’s a simple exercise that my friend and colleague, Susan Haifleigh, introduced to me. This exercise will assist you in focusing where adjustments in your home and work space become apparent. Pick a room that […]


May 09th, 2017 read more

Feng Shui

Feng Shui Tips for Lighting

  Lighting has an important function in feng shui.In addition to providing illumination, lightingprovides comfort, safety, mood, ambiance, and can influence the chi quality. Poor lighteningdepletes personal chi and great lightening enhances it. To enhance comfort choose reading lamps that properly align at eye level while seated. Ideally your space is flooded with plenty of […]


April 02nd, 2017 read more

Feng Shui

Some Thoughts On Prosperity

There are numerous sensational stories of people making feng shui changes and then “miracles” show up. As such, I’m often asked to make suggestions for improving financial prosperity. However, I’m a believer in miracles AND reality. Improving financial prosperity is a process that requires dedicated commitment. The miracles are a result of dedicated commitment. The […]


March 30th, 2017 read more

Feng Shui

Feng Shui Elements For Personal Development

Use the element of wood to nourish confidence, personal freedom, drive and strategic planning. Use the element of fire to nourish enthusiasm, social activities, warmth, passion and charisma. Use the element of earth to nourish stability, grounding, a sense of belonging, and reliability. Use the element of metal to nourish efficiency, precision, strengthening boundaries, being […]


January 04th, 2017 read more

Feng Shui

Table Shape for Small Dining Room?

Question: When I am able to get a new dining table for my small dining L ~ which is preferable: round, rectangle, square??? Answer: For your situation, instead of recommending a specific shape, I suggest the focus be the size. It’s important that there is flow around the table & accessibility to all seats. A […]


November 02nd, 2016 read more

Feng Shui

It’s All About The Chi

We live in a world where energy radiates from everything. This energy, also referred to as ch’i, life force, and prana, creates a response in us, an interaction, a “relationship”. This relationship can be uplifting or depressing based on the history and association you have with the colors, objects, furnishings and symbols you choose to […]


October 14th, 2015 read more

Feng Shui

Take the Heat Out of Summer

In Feng Shui, summer is a fire season, which means its hot temperatures make the fire element more intense. As with anything in life, too much of a good thing can be unhealthy. Let’s explore fire in more detail. The Energy of Fire Fire is vibrant, enthusiastic, warm and expansive.  It is social and playful, […]


June 15th, 2015 read more