As we begin
our new normal….one big change is our home life!  In a lot of ways it has been awakening and
very positive for many people…. for others, a struggle and confusion.  For some of you, your house has become your
living space, office space and possibly a classroom very soon!  How is this going to work?? Here are a few
Feng Shui tips to help out where they apply. 
As expected, everyone’s living space is different so there are some details
that would need to be worked out.  Your workspace
must allow you the environment for working, thinking and creating.  Your personal space should be rejuvenating,
relaxing, inspiring and comfy cozy.  Your
schoolroom section…colorful and without any distractions. The colors should be
those that promote clarity, creativity, and focus.

I want to
keep it simple, so I will give you some color to choose to make your environment
appropriate for the task at hand!  You
don’t have to now repaint all of your walls. 
You can move some pictures around, or add some pillows for contrast.  Crystals are my go-to on my counter, desk and
night table! Use what you already have and just move it around.   I have listed the colors and a short sweet
description to get you started!  I teach
this in my Feng Shui classes, but I think this would be helpful for you
now.  Everyone needs a little inspiration
and ideas! And yes, it involves change!

This is general,
I am just giving you an overview to think about and to play a little! Have some
fun with it!!  I would love to hear how
it turns out for you.  Keep me posted.

Red…is a
very powerful color!  Red is dynamic and
promotes passion…about work or intimacy. Because red is so stimulating, it is
still as potent to use just as an accent color to any room.  For example, in the bedroom, you want earth
tones and skin tones of the room accented with red pillows, candles, crystals, and/or
maybe a chair in the place where you want the more dominant color.

conversation and creativity.  Orange is great
for a school setting and where your focus is while working when you are on the

for intellectual thought! It also makes you feel happy and it encourages optimism.  Yellow is great for an office, a kitchen, a playroom
or a craft space!

balancing, calming and it’s wonderful to put in the money corner (far left
corner of any room). It is healing and tranquil.  Green stimulates possibility and it is very
inspiring.  Green is one of those colors
that works nicely anywhere. Everyone loves to eat in a green kitchen.  Green stimulates the appetite.

and cooling.  Light blue increases creativity
and can be very inspiring.  When I say
cooling…you definitely do not want your bedroom to be blue!

nobility, abundance, intuition and dignity. 
It also adds passion to the thoughts you are having.  Purple symbolizes success, wisdom and psychic ability.

This isn’t all the colors I just
gave you a taste to get started! Colors stimulate your emotions. Play with
color and see how inspired you are to work or how relaxed they make you feel.

Something you may want to
experiment with is designating an area within a space.  If you have two rooms side by side with the
same flooring, maybe throw down an area rug to distinguish one space from

If you want to take it a
step further I’m happy to set up a consultation.  This is what I do.  As a Holistic practitioner I love that I can
teach you to balance your inner world and your outer world!

Feng Shui is you delegating
to the Universe exactly what you want in every area of your life.  You are in control of the message you send


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