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Ten Feng Shui Tips for Love and Romance

Creating a Home Environment that Welcomes and Supports Love
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Along with  Money and Career, Love is right at the top of the list for most of my clients when they mention the area of their life that they’d most like to improve. Feng shui can’t solve all our problems, but it can help with the energy needed to bring more joy and happiness into our lives.  Whether you are already in love, need to perk up your current relationship, or are still looking for that special someone, feng shui can help you create an environment that will support the energy of love and romance. Below I’ve given you ten tips on how to get your home “in the mood” for love!
1. Out with the Old
I often work with clients who hold on to keepsakes, belongings, and mementos from the past. The problem with keeping items that either belonged to or remind you of a former flame is that physical items hold energy, and the more emotion associated with the item, the more energy that item holds.  When you hold onto items from the past, it can keep you stuck in the past and prevent you from embracing the joy of the future. Physically letting go of items that remind you of former loves can be a very empowering first step towards welcoming in a new, happier and healthier relationship.
2. Are you Loving YOU?
Whether you want to admit it or not, your surroundings speak volumes about not only your interests and passions, but also about how you feel about youself. I’ve been inside countless homes, condos, and apartments over the years and I can’t begin to list how many single people I have worked with whose spaces feel cold, unfinished, and uncomfortable. The problem with this is that a home like this creates the impression (rightly or wrongly) of someone who doesn’t nurture or value themselves, and who would in turn, have difficulty nurturing and caring for others. This doesn’t mean your home has to look like it came right out of a magazine. It just means adding a few key things like throw rugs, plush bath towels, a comfortable piece of furniture, a piece of attractive artwork and adding a healthy plant or two. These simple things go a long way to not only make your home or apartment feel more nurturing to you, but to your potential sweetheart too.
3. Evaluate your Artwork

I worked with a single woman who had a huge, old-fashioned comic book style photo in her living room with a woman sitting by the phone that said, “He never calls, he never writes”. When I asked her about it she told me that Continue reading