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4 Tips For Realizing Your Dreams Using Feng Shui

You might first associate the Chinese philosophical system of feng shui with just redecorating a room, but this ancient practice of harmonizing an environment has also been linked to manifesting your dreams.

Whether it’s money, love or something else that’s been difficult for you to achieve, baggage around you may be dragging you down and distracting you from those goals. While it’s a not a magic cure or quick fix, feng shui can help you kick the obstacles in your life to the curb and align you in a better position to realize your dreams. Here are 4 feng shui tips to help you grab onto what’s been eluding you thus far.

1. Lose Energy Drainers

It’s not just about objects when it comes to feng shui. People can be dragging you down, particularly the ones who have a negative influence on your life. Drama can act as an obstacle on its own, and you don’t need people bringing it into your life where it’s not necessary.

Let go of people who drain you more than lift you up. It won’t be easy, but with time, you’ll find yourself with a much clearer head and heart once those causing you grief are gone.

Spruce up rooms in your house or work spaces which are acting as a drain on your energy too. You can paint dark rooms a brighter color to bring some life into the space. Add another lamp in an area that doesn’t get enough light. Open windows so you can get that fresh air into your lungs and to breathe life into wherever you are.

2. Let Yourself Flow Free

Flow with life instead of fighting against the tide. If you’ve got cluttered spaces in your working space or home, for instance, you’re literally putting obstacles in your own path!

Commit to de-cluttering the spaces you’re in every day. You will give yourself the path of least resistance, and cleaning and organizing can be a wonderful way to breathe some focus and inspiration into your life.

3. Try Being Creative

Art can act as therapy, a means of expression and give you a way to channel your emotional energy. You don’t have to be able to sculpt David or create the next Mona Lisa to benefit from creating art. It’s all about how the experience makes you feel and the new ways you get to express yourself as an individual.

Decide on a form of art you’ve always been interested in but never tried or committed to. Dedicate some time on a weekly basis to creating something in that art form. Consider classes if you’re unsure on where to begin or want some group experience. A local college or community center may offer free or low-cost classes, so try those places first!Pin It

4. Introduce Some Organization

Being organized can do more than just keep you on time for doctors’ appointments if you let it. People who are organized are often less stressed and therefore more focused than people who are in a state of chaos, with one fire after another to put out constantly.

Get organized in as many areas of your life as possible, from your morning routine to those important papers currently shoved into your file cabinet in no particular order. Go through all the cluttered areas of your work and home and get it all straightened out to take back some control over your life and reduce your daily stress.

 

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Katherine Hurst
By Sandie Hamilton
Sandie understands how our environment can have such a direct and poignant effect on our daily lives. She is passionate about helping her clients to live in an environment that is beneficial to their health, which empowers them to face each new day with determination and vigour and which is easily achievable. “There are many aspects at home and within our daily lives that can be changed by making small adjustments to the world around us. I can help my patients to identify a toxic environment and to change it into an environment that promotes health, clarity of mind and wellness overall.”

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