The sun glinted on its shiny surface and caught my attention on the rocks as I walked on the lakeshore path this morning. It was a clear-plastic Starbucks-type cup half-filled with a rose-coloured liquid. Maybe an iced tea? But the problem was the drinker was nowhere to be seen. It was garbage left behind.
Last week, it was four Tim Horton coffee cups strewn across the parking lot. And a few days before it was an empty bottle from “spring water” left on the walking path. Continue reading Garbage!
“Most people who have used Feng Shui have experienced changes in their circumstances. These often correspond to the actual energy around a relationship or situation rather than our desires. The results will ultimately serve our best interests, but the outcome is often unexpected.”
Remember this statement from a previous blog. It could not have been truer this week. My feng shui journey took an unexpected turn. And chaos erupted in my life – once again. Continue reading Unexpected Outcome
Where to start – I decided that the Prosperity corner would be the first Bagua segment to tackle. It would cause me to focus my energies on what I think is most important to me – finding a new career (or at least an income for my retirement years).
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It’s Complicated! I stand ready – with my Bagua and my “intention” – to attack the office first. But then I become totally confused! Where should I put the Bagua?
Which way do I hold it? If I use the door as my starting point, then how do I use the compass directions? If I place the Bagua on the compass directions, how do I deal with the fact that the room is now skewed and North is at a strange angle in Montreal?
Continue reading Where do I put my Bagua?
I cleared a space at the dining room to start my journey. I sat down with The Feng Shui Journal – A guided workbook to bring harmony into your Life (by Teresa Polanco). I added a cup of mint tea in my angel mug – as I know I will need all the extra help I can get.
Continue reading Where do I start my Feng Shui journey?
…when we are ready to make a change in our lives. We need to listen to our own wisdom –rather than that of others when it is time to act – for we are the ones that must live with the consequences.
Advice for Change
Recently I was telling a friend about my solo backpacking trip to Ireland, and she asked: “What advice do you have for a gal who is also making her way through this world? I have some changes and work to do myself and as yet have not taken the steps I need to.”
Firstly, I think advice should be listened to – but not necessarily followed. Nonetheless, I always have advice to give. And what follows is my counsel…
Continue reading The Answer is within