Feng Shui Your Life: The Quick Guide to Decluttering Your Home and Renewing Your Life

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Get rid of clutter, reorganize your home, and revitalize your life with this simple guide to feng shui.

What does the stuff in your home say about your life? Do your closets overflow? Is the area under your bed permanent storage space for junk? An ancient Chinese proverb says that if you want to change your life, you must move things in your home. In Feng Shui Your Life, Tisha Morris provides quick, easy, and practical feng shui techniques to help you get rid of clutter and ...

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Overview

Get rid of clutter, reorganize your home, and revitalize your life with this simple guide to feng shui.

What does the stuff in your home say about your life? Do your closets overflow? Is the area under your bed permanent storage space for junk? An ancient Chinese proverb says that if you want to change your life, you must move things in your home. In Feng Shui Your Life, Tisha Morris provides quick, easy, and practical feng shui techniques to help you get rid of clutter and rearrange your home. By following her simple steps and checklists, you can create an inviting, personal atmosphere in your home, ultimately renovating your life. Discover how to:

Manageably clear clutter to optimize space

Use lighting, color, and simple objects to create good energy flow

Space clear to promote good health

Integrate natural elements into your home to create harmony, prosperity, and happiness

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Editorial Reviews

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“A great book for people . . . who are suffering [from] the common problem of hoarding junk.” —Mary Lambert , author of Feng Shui for Today’s Living

“Cut the chatter and feng shui! This is the book to use if you are interested in just getting something done.” —Karen Rauch Carter, author of the national bestseller Move Your Stuff, Change Your Life

“Useful for anyone who wants her home to be a reflection of what's in her heart and mind.” —Geralin Thomas, Disorganization Expert from A&E’s Hoarders

“Feng Shui Your Life offers an easy way to help you shift energy, organize a space, and get things flowing again. If you have read books on feng shui and found them too complicated, Feng Shui Your Life is the answer you are looking for.” —Yvonne Perry, author of Whose Stuff Is This? Finding Freedom from the Thoughts, Feelings, and Energy of Those Around You

“Feng Shui Your Life is for everyone who wants to feel great in their home. The beauty of this book is that the tips are so simple and easy to do. You will be amazed at how subtle changes, and just a couple of minutes, can truly change your life.” —Whitney Ferré, author of The Artist Within: A Guide to Becoming Creatively Fit

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781596528246
  • Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 7/19/2011
  • Pages: 170
  • Sales rank: 810,835
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Tisha Morris is a feng shui consultant, certified life coach, energy healer, and yoga instructor. Prior to entering the healing arts, she practiced law for ten years and obtained a Fine Arts degree in Interior Design. Tisha resides in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Table of Contents

Introduction xi

Home Is Where the Heart is xvii

1 Clean out your closet 1

2 Keep doorways clear 7

3 Clear out old pictures 13

4 Clean out the basement 17

5 Get rid of unwanted gifts 23

6 Get rid of "just-in-case" items 29

7 Clear hallways and corridors 35

8 Change your wall art 39

9 Hang a vision board 45

10 Make your bedroom a sanctuary 51

11 Paint a room 57

12 Rearrange a room 63

13 Create a sacred space 67

14 Paint your front door 73

15 Make your least favorite room your favorite 77

16 Clean! 83

17 Make repairs and improvements 87

18 Clean your windows 91

19 Space clear with sage 95

20 Ring some bells 103

21 Add a crystal 109

22 Add a mirror 113

23 Integrate the Five Elements 119

24 Enhance the lighting 127

25 Stimulate the senses 135

26 Add pink to enhance your love life 143

27 Add purple to bring in wealth 149

A Plan to Implement the 27 Things 155

27 Things Checklist 169

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