At the outset of our journey, we’ll determine what’s most important to you in your life and in your space, whether that space is at home or at work. We’ll talk about your values. We’ll talk about how they inform your vision for your life. And we’ll talk about how to fulfill that vision.
Most important, we’ll simplify what might seem complex to you right now. It doesn’t need to be.
Essential Feng Shui
Essential feng shui is the art and practice of arranging your physical space to enhance the quality of your life. Creating comfort, safety, and flow in your home, living with belongings you love, and organizing and simplifying are the foundational practices of essential feng shui. The three principles of essential feng shui are everything has energy, everything is interconnected, and everything is changing. Integrating these principles you can courageously embrace change within yourself and in your space, empower your connections to things, people, and experiences, and live with what brings you joy. You can create a life you love living.
Using my intuition and seasoned essential feng shui wisdom, I guide people to create remarkable results for their lives.
There are costs associated with clutter. From paid storage to relationships damaged by discomfort and emotional distancing, clutter exacts a price.
I help you identify which of the five types of clutter are getting in your way:
- Artifacts of Unfinished Business: These are the ignored items connected to projects you haven’t started or haven’t finished. They might be supplies for home improvement projects or boxes you need to unpack or sort through.
- The Unloved Ones: These are belongings once used, needed, or loved (or all of these). But now they’ve been gathering dust for months or years.
- Needed but Jumbled Items: These are belongings you need and use regularly but are in disarray. They require organization to be sensibly placed and easy to access when they’re needed.
- Just Too Much: You have so much of some things they fill rooms. This type of clutter is common in junk rooms, attics, basements, and drawers. Hoarding is its extreme manifestation.
- The Wandering Nomads: These items don’t serve the purpose of the spaces they’re in. Because they don’t belong where they are, causing incongruity in the space where they now live.
De cluttering will bring you clarity, enabling you to engage in things with better focus. It’ll improve your mental and emotional well-being. It’ll allow you to move comfortably through rooms, relieving your stress and enhancing your rest. It’ll give you the freedom to enjoy more activities and improve the quality of your life.
If you’re ready, I’m here to show you the way, literally and figuratively.
Change is certain. Few of us like it. But it’s necessary.
Do you ever wonder how a butterfly flies? It achieves flight by giving up the things it no longer needs — the egg, the pupa, its extra legs — everything that would have kept it stuck on the ground. In a similar way, we keep ourselves stuck, depriving ourselves of possibilities and potential, by hanging onto things we no longer really need.
Whether you struggle with letting things go, or struggle to know what things to let go, I offer new ways of thinking about transition, so you can learn to make positive associations with change, even if it’s initially unexpected and scary.
Because everyone, every situation, and every journey is unique, I offer help that fits you, supporting you where you are in a way that makes you comfortable.
If you’re ready to take flight, I’ll help you get your wings.
I offer Feng Shui classes and workshops to increase awareness and understanding of the principles and practices of this powerful transformational wisdom. Because Feng Shui has practical and important applications to every aspect of life, I can tailor the topic to the needs of your organization. I remain passionately committed to helping people thrive in the spaces where they live, work, learn, eat, and play. To create opportunities for people to awaken to a fresh perspective and another pathway to transformation is a complete joy.
My classes and workshops are interactive and engaging. Because we all have meaningful stories about the places in which we work and live — and the people, pets, and belongings in them — we learn from each other. It’s meaningful and moving to make new connections that enrich our lives and our relationships. And we gain practical ideas to implement in our homes and lives.
I offer talks to introduce people to Feng Shui and to demystify what may be a new body of wisdom. I share stories from my own life and my clients’ lives to illustrate the practical and meaningful aspects of these ancient principles and practices. I discuss the two schools of Feng Shui, the essential aspects of Feng Shui as they apply to our western culture, and the many benefits of practicing Feng Shui.
Please let me know how I can help your organization.