I’m not sure, maybe it’s because I’ve been in the throes of a type of spiritual “up-leveling,” or perhaps because I’m starting my next certification training, but the word INSPIRED is in my world so much lately, I thought I’d share a couple of things in hopes that the energy of inspiration spreads to you.
Here are a couple of things that inspired me this week:
First is an email that I received where the woman resuscitated her feng shui and relationship showing that feng shui is an EVER-ONGOING PROCESS:
“Seven months after my wedding, my husband decided he didn’t love me anymore, picked up his sh*t and left to go live somewhere else for a while saying he needed “time to think.” Suddenly I was not married anymore, I was separated. There is nothing like a shock of this magnitude to make you reevaluate your own feng shui. I reevaluated my home with a critical eye.
In love and relationship, back when I was looking for a partner, I put two miniature Hitching Posts, garter belts, and other wedding-type items in this corner. After I got married, I removed these items. Mistake!
A small corner of my husband’s side of the bed faced the door leaving the bedroom. I once had red construction paper underneath his feet, which I removed at one point for some unknown reason.Mistake number 2!
The love and relationship corner of the bed room itself had a pile of my ugly gray t-shirts to sleep in. Mistake number 3!
Then we come to the bed itself. For practical reasons, we simply put two futons together for us to sleep on. They often would separate in the night. There was always a crack, or “separation” between us. Mistake number 4!
I wanted my husband back. And this was going to take some work. Immediately, I took anything that was red in my house and used it in the Love and Relationship Gua, which unfortunately is in my bathroom; a silky red pillow, some bright red placemats, the very expensive bottle of champagne we were saving for his immigration outcome, 2 champagne glasses, two candles, red construction paper hearts with our names on them, a bright red poinsettia plant. My bathroom was transformed! You could feel the good energy in there now. I balanced this with some books about relationships in the skills and knowledge area.
In the love and relationship corner of the bedroom, I immediately put fresh red flowers, removed the ugly grey T shirts of course, and added two candles and a stuffed toy red heart that says Love on it.
I then took a very expensive financial plunge and bought us a brand new king size bed. (I’m not advocating that everyone go out and spend loads of money on this task. But at least get rid of the separation down the middle of the bed for God’s sake!)
I had been reading a novel called “Brutal Journey.” Needless to say, that book went in the garbage. My husband had a photograph of a black widow spider that he really loved that he wanted to frame. Sorry, but we all know what black widows are about and that also is sitting outside my house now.
Two weeks after he left, my husband came home saying he missed me and wanted to try and work it out. I’m not saying this is not going to be hard going forward, it might be. But at least now I feel like we have a second chance.
Feng shui or coincidence?
Sometimes it is very difficult to see your own feng shui sagging.
Feeling very lucky to have had both of your books in my back pocket all these years. :)”
I’m honored that you feel that my books have inspired you…that makes me inspired to continue my work! 🙂