Tag Archives: willing to change

Listen To The Words We Say

Listen to the Words We Say … How the Use of Language Can Provide Insight to What Our True Needs Are. One of the first things I do when I provide feng shui services is sit with the client and talk. We talk about what they want to change in their lives, what they feel […]

Living and Giving and Re-Tooling Myself!

Having spent several weeks traveling lately on what I call “life-changing” trips, I can assure you that right now, I have a true, visceral feeling of the difference between existing in life and LIVING. These travels have given me the desperately-needed perspective on the question of how I’m going to live as an empty-nester once […]

Best Intentions for Happiness

QUESTION: I am doing what your book Move Your Stuff Change Your Life says and still nothing has changed. I really don’t know what the problem is.  Any suggestions? ANSWER: Fortunately, I do know what the problem is! There is an energy behind negative thoughts and beliefs that can wreak havoc on physical feng shui […]

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 […]

To Microwave or Not Microwave. That is the Question!

To microwave, or not to microwave, that is the question. Little do most people know that you don’t need to actually turn on a microwave oven to be exposed to microwave radiation. Since the age of cell towers and wireless devices, micro waves are all around — not just in the kitchen. They are invisible, […]

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 […]

This stuff no longer matches me…some of it never did.

I think I’m pretty much done with shedding my skin as “the year of the snake” comes to a close, but the one thing I am still finishing is my environment (when I say finishing, I mean “for the moment” anyway. There really is no such thing.) What do I want and what do I […]

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 […]

Spring Time Weight Loss with Feng Shui

Here are my quick feng shui tips for weight loss and the general waking up of the body for spring and the activities that go with it: For weight loss: Avoid seeing the kitchen from the front door. If you have this condition, try to create an eye-catching view in another direction when walking in […]

Are You Willing to be Slime?

I was just working with a client who’s sadness, along with her constant state of doing, forcing, controlling, and every which way trying to avoid sadness, has created much suffering in her life. And when it came to the moment in our conversation, where we both knew that if we continued forward, it would shatter […]