The Ancient Wisdom Of Housecleaning
Spring clean with feng shui and you'll get more than just a clean house. In her new book, The Western Guide to Feng Shui for Prosperity (Hay House, 2002), Terah Kathryn Collins writes about real people from all across the country who successfully transformed their lives with the tenets of feng shui.
Prosperity, in the feng shui lexicon, is not just money in the bank. The first step may be overhauling the home—inside and out—but the positive changes spread to all areas of life. The people interviewed for the book reported post-feng shui abundance in many areas and aspects of life, including career, creativity, health, love lives and just plain happiness.
To start the transformative process, Collins offers two basic tips:
For more information on feng shui or if you want to train to become a practitioner, contact the Western School of Feng Shui, founded by Collins, located in San Diego, Calif., 800.300.6785; www.wsfs.com.