Tag Archives: career advice

What is your source of suffering?

“Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.”  –Buddha  To alleviate suffering, it would be a great start to avoid ingesting the “5 poisons” of jealousy, ignorance, greed, pride, and attachment. These unhealthy emotions are the source of much suffering, even though many people would swear that it’s their mother-in-law, noisy neighbor, terrible teacher, or what have […]

Take this Job and Love it!

Which one are you? Someone who : Tolerates your work (how much resentment do you have daily?) Likes your work (but there are many things you’d rather be doing.) Has a passion for your work (the happiest and well-balanced of all) Do us all a favor and trust that what you REALLY REALLY want to […]

To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance…Oscar Wilde

I wanted to share a little note I received the other day in response to a recent email I sent out, as I think it demonstrates love in such a profound way… Hi Karen,  Although I cannot afford a consultation with you right now, or to become a student of yours, I am just writing […]

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Feng Shui has brought me more work than I can handle!

How much do you really know about Feng Shui? Do you apply it to your life? Have you seen results? My New Years Resolution this year is to give you more! More content, more answers, more of whatever you need having to do with feng shui and healthy, happy living. To start, I thought we […]

Job Interview Tips with Feng Shui

My son is auditioning for an arts school this month, which reminded me to pull out the feng shui tips for job interviews. Here are some of my ideas to maximize success: 1. Employ the “helpful people box.” Place the name of the person you are interviewing with, the company name, and anyone else you […]

5 Feng Shui Tips to Enhance Your Career

  1. Free up access to the front door. Get anything out of the way between the street and your door that does not add to the beauty and liveliness of the entryway. 2. Clean or freshen up the entire area between the street and your front door – and as long as you are […]