Get into Zen Mom Mode with Feng Shui for the Whole Family

December 18, 2010 at 6:04 pm Leave a comment

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As the summer days wind down, think about ways you can get into zen mom mode with feng shui.  The first step is to clear the clutter in your home to usher positive chi (energy) into your life.  With the cleansing of old, broken beach toys, too small clothes, and faded or rusted patio furniture, comes the demise of unclear thoughts, frustration and stunted thinking.  According to the laws of feng shui, an ancient practice from Asia, getting rid of clutter and aligning furniture in a certain way can bring about harmony, happiness, prosperity, positive relationships, and more.

This week’s guest is Mary Lambert, a world-renowned feng shui specialist from England, who talks about ways you can apply feng shui to you and your kids.  We review simple tips for creating a calm and soothing home environment, including a playroom using feng shui, so kids feel creative and connected in their own space.

Tune into the podcast above and let us know your thoughts on how you’ve transformed your home into a sanctuary for living your best.  Get inspired!  Use color, texture and form.

For more information about Mary and her books and practice, go to http://www.marylambertfengshui.com.

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