Selling a house and moving involves many dimensions that are both financial and personal. It makes sense to consider several different points of view to create and apply a strategy for a successful sale. Realtors, property stagers and various assessors generally cover the basics of a building sale effectively, and yet there are often homes that sit on the market for some time. Feng Shui includes a broad spectrum of tools that have been used successfully to sell many properties.
This is not about what we usually think of as sacred sites or power places, those singular spots on the planet where pyramids, You-Are-here-300x199pilgrimage routes and healing waters are found. This is an invitation to look at “sacred” from a very different angle of vision: the sacred life of every person, every day and in every place, thru the reflective lens of feng shui.
An opening, such as a door, passage, or gate, that allows access to a place.
an act or instance of going or coming in
the coming of an actor or performer onto a stage
the right, means, or opportunity to enter somewhere or be a member of an institution, society, or other body
“De-clutter, expand, de-clutter, expand, de-clutter, expand …”, these were the words used by a friend in a conversation we had a few days ago about how we move forward authentically in our lives. The “de-clutter, expand” notion captured my attention because it describes so much of the cycles in life, and a lot of what really defines the experience of living from one phase to the next.
Throughout our day from when our feet first touch the floor in the morning, until we climb into bed at night, we move from one place to another along various well-worn pathways throughout our homes and where we work. The degree of ease of moving from Point A to Point B adds to physical and also psychological ease of getting where we want to go to.
“Imagery”, in a feng shui context, usually means paintings, photos, all we visually see. In reality, sensory input from any of our senses – sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste, plus kinesthetic awareness of how we move through space – produces an “image” in the brain.