Do you need to keep the kids busy for a few hours on the weekend? Did you want the time to be educational as well as fun?
A family outing to the Musee des Beaux-Arts / Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is a great way to spend time together while discovering cultural diversity. In addition to popular art workshops, they also offer musical activities, films and other surprises.
Every Saturday and Sunday, you can take advantage of free activities – yes, free – and have a memorable experience for the whole family!
Continue reading Free Kids’ Art Workshops (Montreal)
Talk about a great retirement benefit! Not only are the art workshops FREE – but they are good for your creative soul. If you are over 65, you can attend art workshops in Montreal at the Musee des Beaux-Arts at no charge and no registration is required.
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“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
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?
Sometimes you find something that you want to share with the whole world. This series of blogs intends to do just that. It’s kind of like that song “These are a few of my favorite things”… Continue reading My Karmic Finds – #1
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 Starting my Feng Shui journey
I need to change my life and I plan to use feng shui to do it…
I am so glad that you’ve decided to join me on the journey to find my new “karma”. Anyone who knows me will tell you that it is likely to be a bumpy ride. You may even find it’s a roller coaster, rather than a speedy highway or a tranquil forest trail
I woke on January 1, 2016 and decided my life would be different! Just how different – you might ask? We will have to wait until January 1, 2017 to really find out – but they say “life is not a destination, but a journey” – so welcome along for the ride. Continue reading My Feng Shui Year – 2016
I love to travel. During my recent trip to Ireland, I once again attracted, or was blessed with, good karma. Or perhaps on this trip you might call it the luck of the Irish.
Continue reading How I Found Karma in Ireland
Here are my five primary reasons that I love going to yoga class as part of my weekly fitness regime… Continue reading 5 Reasons that I Love Yoga
What is Zen? Is it a state of mind? Can we aspire to achieve it? Do we need a teacher?
In defining zen, I turned to my bookshelf for the answers and discovered a chapter in “Buddhism – The Religion of No-Religion” in which Alan Watts describes how difficult it is to define Zen, a form of Buddhism practiced in many parts of the world including Japan and China. He says that contemplation may be the closest English word to describing Zen but that word itself implies inactivity while Zen is highly active.
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