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Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui ❴EPUB❵ ✰ Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui Author Karen Kingston – Clear Your Clutter and Transform Your LifeClutter is trapped energy that has far reaching effects physically mentally emotionally and spiritually The simple act of clearing clutter can transform your Clear Your Clutter with PDF/EPUB Â Clutter and Transform Your LifeClutter is trapped energy that has far reaching effects physically mentally emotionally and spiritually The simple act of clearing clutter can transform your life by releasing negative emotions generating Clear Your PDF/EPUB or energy and allowing you to create space in your life for the things you want to achieve In Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui Karen Kingston pioneer of a branch of Feng Shui known as Space Your Clutter with PDF Ç Clearing expertly guides you through the liberating task of clutter clearing You will learn Why you keep clutter How to identify and clear clutter in your home or workplace How to clear clutter from your body mind and spirit How to stay clutter free.

10 thoughts on “Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui

  1. da AL da AL says:

    My hunch is that those who need this probably won't read this lol

  2. Samantha Samantha says:

    I'm sure that Ms Kingston's advice works very well for other people but a lot of what she said boiled down to advice I've heard many times about how an orderly house leads to an orderly life or that you feel better if you have less clutter This would make for a fine book except that I find some of her other statements offensive If your house burns down that's a sign from the universe that you need to restart your life If you have books near your bed then your primary relationship is with them and not people If you have extra cans of food in your house it's great to just throw them away If they were outdated I would totally agree with that statement but otherwise wouldn't it be better karma to donate them to a food pantry? I'm sure there are many people out there who wouldn't have any problem with the above statements and many of the others that she provides but I found most of them to be uite irksome If it wasn't such a short book I wouldn't have finished it

  3. Amy Amy says:

    I've been on a purge of the stuff in our home for a while now and hoped this book would encourage me to go forth with renewed energy It did a little but I also found a lot in it that made me irritated at the author than inspired Books by my bed don't mean that my primary relationship is with books rather than people It means that I'm an avid reader and read a lot of books though now keep only a smidgeon of what I read If my house catches on fire it's not the universe biting me in the behind for my clutter though it would be a misfortune I found the author to be a bit patronizing as well What would really help me is a book that told me how to separate memories from objects or how to detach myself from the joy those memories bring me of loved ones now gone or times now past It's not a sin to treasure memories and sometimes objects help keep the heart whole or help a wounded one heal I want to cut down on our possessions mostly because I know it would make my husband happy and to save my children from having to decide what to do with it all The toy mechanical tiger that was my father's has memories for me from his stories but they not only never met him but never heard me tell the stories Ebay anyone? I think I need inspirationmotivation from inside myself rather than from inside the pages of a bookThank you blogging for books for sending me this book I am removing it from the pile beside my bed to help declutter the house

  4. Emma Emma says:

    Ok I have only read a little bit of this so far but already it's inspired me to de clutter various nooks of my house It has a way of inspiring you to de clutter instead of inducing guilt about itFeng Shui is about the movement of energy through your home and not surprisingly clutter is a major thing that gets in the way She makes the point that you can follow the various advice to put a mirror here or a plant there but if everything is all cluttered that is going to overshadow whatever positive effects you are trying to build Clearing clutter is foundationalIt also made me consider the files on my computer and the clutter there my computer is my virtual houseoffice for most of the day and I've got files in all kinds of half implemented organizational structures It's a sprawling mess The only set of files I keep religiously streamlined and organized is of course my financial ones Heh And yep look the financial area of my life always hums along fineI feel like ever since I opened David Allen's book Getting Things Done I've been on a perpetual re organizing binge So right now I'm frustratingly aware of my clutter and dis organization and not feeling much progress in my uest for shiny clean order and alignment Actually what I have now is a half implemented GTD system Which isn't really much better than what I had before I did get a shiny new filing cabinet out of the jag thoughOK that's off topic My point is any book that can motivate me in a good and realistic way rather than a here is an entirely new system you must adopt is helpful I need an understanding hand to hold not an injunction that I must change everything at once or it doesn't count I can't possibly change everything at once I have a life So baby steps is a much better approach A room at a time A shelf at a time A nook and cranny at a time

  5. Carol Carol says:

    I read books on decluttering to keep myself on track I think this is one I got super cheap on It started out fine if you can over look all the mystical silliness No new information but fine for me as a booster But The author seems to think she single handedly invented the idea that clutter is problematic Even believes that all the de cluttering television shows out there are a direct result of this book But I was even able to mostly ignore that until I got to the chapters on the body I'm not sure when I've see so much bad science collected in one place Colon cleansing holding your arms over your head on the toilet monitoring your poop bras channeling electromagnetic rays into your breasts to cause cancer The list goes on She presents this hogwash as fact in spite of a lack of robust data to support it and some of these ideas have been solidly dis proved For mental de cluttering she even advocates canceling out last minute on your obligations if you just don't feel like it rationalizing that says probably what the other people involved would want anyway Really that's not self serving? I finished this book but ONLY because I am trying to meet my goodreads challenge And now I can't get that time back

  6. Cayleigh Stickler Cayleigh Stickler says:

    I'll write a comprehensive review laterI bought this book for a dime at my local library and I'm not exaggerating when I say that it changed my life Growing up I lived with a hoarder who didn't allow me to have things which meant I grew up in a home where there was all this junk around me but none of it was mine The few things that did come into my possession were later taken for garage sales Needless to say when I left home I went on a possession binge because it translated to safety security and comfort Not exactly healthy though I have always struggled with forming unhealthy attachments to things I fell into all three categories shocking and even so with releasing things I read this book in two sittings I didn't write down the exercises but I walked around my home and calculated the clutter I found the room associated with the area of my life that needs the most work I thought finances which is my kitchen and started to clean it only to be pulled out and into the basement symbolizes the past and subconscious which is something I know I need to work on where I went through forty boxes of things down there in one night This book repeated a lot of the same concepts but I needed that repetition to get it through my mind that clutter isn't healthy or good I am inspired and after that night of cleaning and decluttering I feel incredibly empowered to continue this process through my entire home Sure you can find these concepts on the internet and probably not much of them are new Feng Shui isn't modern after all But it's the way the information was presented that made it have such an impact on me personally

  7. Samantha Samantha says:

    I am not easily offended and usually take things with a grain of salt I also usually give authors the benefit of the doubt and in this case I really wanted to because I know virtually nothing about Feng Shui But this book was so extremely out there that I got the feeling the author may be psychotic I'm not kiddingPeople actually believe that the things that happened in your house before you bought it will probably also happen to you such as divorce or bankruptcy? page 8 People actually believe that by clearing my clutter today I am not only helping my children or future children but that it can actually work back down the spiral of time to help your ancestors retrospectively? page 44 WHAT? At one point she claims credit for healing a heroin addict She calls palm reading an extraordinary skill She claims she can smell clutter in a person's aura To top off this ridiculous cake on page 40 she asserts that fires and floods that destroy everything one owns are in fact wonderful opportunities and that they are your fault cocreated by you and GodAre you kidding me? Is this a joke? This woman has the biggest superiority complex I've ever seen I wanted to finish reading it just so I could be a fair critic but I cannot Frankly I am in disbelief of the positive reviews it has gotten but maybe I'm simply like the author claims herself to be a great skepticI would have given it zero stars if I could have Please don't waste your time money or energy on this garbage

  8. Donna Finke Donna Finke says:

    It was interestingInformation that basically is in every magazine in Januarymake your piles and discard in a way that makes you feel better

  9. kate kate says:

    So far this book has made he a happier person and I am only on page 50 I have a lot of clutter though Let me know if you want to borrow it

  10. Emilie Lykfeldt Emilie Lykfeldt says:

    Fucking changed my life Super inspiring

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