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Top 7 Clutter-Clearing Tips – Feng Shui Method

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 Megan J Peterson (October 08, 2012)  Using the Feng Shui method when clearing the clutter will make the task easier, will charge you with energy and positive emotions. This is the most important benefit and this should be the main reason for you to start practicing this “technology”. In the following lines, I'm going to share some of the top clutter-cleaning tips using the Feng Shui method. The following seven . (Feng Shui)

Keys To Bamboo Plant Sale

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 Renaldo Mirambil (May 05, 2011)  Bamboo plant is one of the most upcoming plants as it offers a lot of advantages while maintaining the cost-efficiency. Keeping this in mind, it is essential to learn the basics of bamboo plant sale. Bamboo plant can be used for a variety of purposes like indoor potted plants, to make natural private screen for your homes and backyards or to create windbreaks. Each bamboo plant has its . (Feng Shui)

House Feng Shui Numerology

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 Justin Pearl (February 21, 2011)  The housing market has changed in recent years. For example, the old adage “location, location, location" has been expanded to include the principles of Feng Shui as the location, colors and numbers. This is because Feng Shui has grown in popularity in architecture and interior design. Therefore, the house numbers play an important role in the decision to buy the house for a .. (Feng Shui)

Birth Month Flowers

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 Jay Dungee (December 20, 2010)  Birth month flowers Birth month flowers are for everyone. Each month has its own individual birth month flower and here they are. January: Carnation The birth month flowers for January are Carnations. The carnation represents pride, beauty, gratitude and admiration. These winter birth month flowers are both beautiful and colorful. February: Iris Iris are the birth month flowers for .. (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui For Troubled Times

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 Rupal Mehta Turner (January 15, 2009)  Authentic Feng Shui balances both visible and invisible energies. This is a critical difference from hobbyist or “do it yourself" Feng Shui that concentrates on changing what is visible about your environment - the arrangement of furniture, for example. In contrast, a professional practitioner of authentic Feng Shui also manages the powerful unseen energies in an environment and .. (Feng Shui)

Learn Correct Feng Shui Garden Landscape Design For Maximum Chi Power Around You

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 Vincent Yim (November 11, 2008)  Feng shui ("wind and water") is a well known ancient Chinese art of placement. According to this art, the way in which energy flows through a garden or a home has a negative or positive effect on the owner of the place. Nowadays, according the modern feng shui, marital bliss, business success and even fame can be a part of one's life if the furniture is placed properly in the house and . (Feng Shui)

Stairway to Improved Health

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 Linda Binns (October 22, 2008)  You might not realize it, but where your staircase is located within your home, and the type of staircase you have, can dramatically impact your family's health. According to feng shui, staircases act as channels for energy flow, and can create environments where positive energy in your home becomes disturbed or is drained away, leaving you and your family vulnerable to poor health and .. (Feng Shui)

Four Tips For Creating Balance in Times of Chaos

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 Ann Kucera (October 21, 2008)  When you engage in feng shui, you automatically create transitions from one state of affairs to another.  In my life, transition often comes with a bit of chaos. Use the following tips to counter the chaos when you are in the midst of any transition, whether it's bringing on a new employee, re-decorating your treatment rooms or moving your entire office.   Clarify Your Intention.   . (Feng Shui)

Nursery Decoration - Feng Shui Style

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 Sangeetha Nadarajan (October 21, 2008)  Feng Shui, the ancient Chinese practice of decorating a room that allows good, healthy flow of energy, is something that many people consider before placing items in rooms of the home, schools and even offices. The belief of luck entering though the good flow of energy is highly regarded even in the West. Feng Shui experts have offices sprouting out everywhere because Feng Shui has .. (Feng Shui)

Traditional Feng Shui Rules

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 Mary Faraday (October 12, 2008)  Feng Shui has been the rage for a very long time and it has all to do with balance. There are many practitioners all over the world who help people rearrange their homes in the Feng Shui style. The words Feng Shui actually mean wind water and the idea of it is to create balance where there is chaos, and this is all due to energy. In order to balance your home you have to bring together .. (Feng Shui)

The Feng Shui of Your Main Door - Part 1

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 Ascisco Pecunia (October 01, 2008)  As mentioned in my previous articles, the main door of your home is one of the most important areas for the house. The main door is the Chi-mouth of the house; where the flow of Chi enters your home. In this installment, we are going to learn some great feng shui tips for the main door. The main door of the house is not necessarily the biggest door in front of the house. Many of us .. (Feng Shui)

Advanced Feng Shui For the Kitchen

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 Ascisco Pecunia (October 01, 2008)  As mentioned in previous articles, the feng shui of your kitchen is extremely important for the health of you family. Many practitioners believe that a kitchen with bad feng shui will not only affect the health of the family, but also shorten the lives of everyone in the household. Here are some advanced formulas to further improve your kitchen's feng shui. The kitchen should never be .. (Feng Shui)

Bedroom Feng Shui Tips

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 Ascisco Pecunia (October 01, 2008)  In feng shui, the bedroom is considered to be the third most important part of the home (after the main door and the kitchen). It is also a place where we spend most of our time in for sleep and rest. Having good feng shui in the bedroom helps us get a good night's rest, that is essential in maintaining good health. The best shapes for bedrooms are squares and rectangles. These are the . (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui Your Website

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 Ascisco Pecunia (September 26, 2008)  Cyberspace today mimic the real world so accurately that it is not surprising that many are resorting to feng shui to create a great website. The general principles of feng shui advocate the harmonious flow of energy of Chi with your surroundings. In real life, premises with good feng shui co-exist with its surroundings, harnessing good chi that in turn bring good luck and good fortune. . (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui For Weight Loss

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 Ascisco Pecunia (September 26, 2008)  Did you know that human beings are the fattest animals on the planet? Most of us gain the extra pounds due to bad eating habits and inactivity. It is very important that we determine the source of our bad eating habit before we embark on a weight loss program. Some of us are emotional eaters where we eat to make ourselves feel better. Then there are some of us who gain excess weight due . (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui and Swimming Pools

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 Ascisco Pecunia (September 26, 2008)  Swimming pools and ponds make wonderful additions to a home. Generally having water features in the compound of a house is good feng shui as water represents wealth. Nevertheless there are some feng shui guidelines that you must observe when it comes to pools and ponds at home. First of all take note that a swimming pool and fishpond needs a lot of maintenance. If you plan to install .. (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui Dangers Around Your Home

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 Ascisco Pecunia (September 26, 2008)  Whether you are buying a new home, or have been living in your house for decades, it would be useful to be aware of feng shui dangers that can lurk in familiar places in and around your house. Small details in the structure of your home, or its surroundings can make a lot of difference to the feng shui of your home. For starters, as a general rule, pillars located in the middle of the .. (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui For Good Health and Longevity

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 Ascisco Pecunia (September 26, 2008)  So many feng shui articles have been written on attracting wealth, prosperity, and love. Nevertheless, it is hard to enjoy all that if you are not in good health. He are some great feng shui tips to promote good health and longevity. One of the things to take note of are poison arrows. Poison arrows are sharp and pointed objects, or anything resembling such objects. Examples of poison .. (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui For Fame and Recognition

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 Ascisco Pecunia (September 26, 2008)  Feng Shui can be used to attract fame and recognition in your life. Fame and recognition is not just for celebrities and people in the entertainment industry. Most of us need a certain level of fame and recognition to achieve success in our lives. If you work in an office, you would need some recognition and acknowledgment from your bosses to be promoted. If you were a writer you will .. (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui Tips For the Office - Part 1

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 Ascisco Pecunia (September 26, 2008)  Most of us spend a lot of time in office for work. We all know too well that the office environment can at times be very challenging. Working in the office is much more that just doing our job well. In this concrete wilderness, we often have to deal with impossible bosses, office politics, nasty customers, and even double standards. Here are some great feng shui tips to help create .. (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui Tips For the Office - Part 2

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 Ascisco Pecunia (September 26, 2008)  There are many practical and easy tips that you can use to create excellent feng shui at work. Good feng shui in the office will assist you in getting promotions and improve relationships with your colleagues and bosses. Here are more great feng shui tips that you can use in your office: 1. As much as it is inauspicious to sit with your back directly facing a door, it is also very bad .. (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui Symbols to Protect and Enhance Your Marriage

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 Ascisco Pecunia (September 26, 2008)  A happy and long lasting marriage so sacred and rare, that we should all be so lucky to be involved in one. The Chinese has been using feng shui symbols to attract relationship luck for hundreds of years. Here are some great feng shui tips to protect and enhance your marriage. The dragon and the phoenix are extremely auspicious creatures that represent a happy marriage (the dragon .. (Feng Shui)

Land Feng Shui

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 Ascisco Pecunia (September 26, 2008)  The practice of feng shui is much more than just rearranging your home's furniture, and choosing the right color schemes. When it comes to your home's feng shui, one must pay great attention to the land features around the house. If the house is located in an inauspicious spot, no amount of good feng shui in the interior can remedy the misfortune that it attracts. First of all, you .. (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui Tips For Renovating Your Home - Part 1

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 Ascisco Pecunia (September 26, 2008)  As many of you may know by now, a big part of achieving good feng shui is to have a healthy flow of Chi or energy in your home. Here are some great tips on how to renovate your home for good feng shui. Rooms should be spacious and airy, while the corridors of your home should be wide and unrestricted. If you find that any of the rooms are too cramped or tight, an extension of the room .. (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui Tips For Renovating Your Home - Part 2

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 Ascisco Pecunia (September 26, 2008)  Light plays a very important role in creating good feng shui. Dark corners in homes attract a lot of negative energy that can be harmful for the family. A brighter home is always more auspicious than a dark and gloomy one. If you were planning to renovate your house, the addition and widening of windows to let in more natural light would be a great idea. Sunlight rejuvenates the energy .. (Feng Shui)

5 Feng Shui Tips For the Bathroom

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 Ascisco Pecunia (September 26, 2008)  The bathroom may seem to be an insignificant part of the house, but there are many taboos in feng shui when it comes to the location of toilets. In ancient China, toilets are considered to be bad feng shui. If you look at ancient Chinese buildings, you will realize that the toilets are often located in a separate building away from the house. In modern times however, an attached .. (Feng Shui)

Great Feng Shui Tips For the Kitchen

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 Ascisco Pecunia (September 26, 2008)  The kitchen is the most important area of the home when it comes to promoting good health and prosperity. A kitchen with a good feng shui will bring good fortune and good health for the whole family. One of the most important tips is to make sure that the kitchen is not visible from the main door. Imagine the house to be your body, the main entrance being your mouth and the kitchen .. (Feng Shui)

Facts on Feng Shui Everyone Should Know

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 Lynn Q. Lee (September 16, 2008)  There are some facts on Feng Shui that everyone should know. Feng Shui is the study of the positioning of objects so that harmony with the environment can be achieved. It is believed that everything contains some sort of energy. Basically, there are 2 types of energy, one being the positive energy (Qi) and another one being the negative energy (Sha Qi). Therefore, the flow of Qi is one . (Feng Shui)

Basic Feng Shui Symbols Explained

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 Lynn Q. Lee (September 16, 2008)  Feng Shui seeks to achieve balance and harmony with the environment. You can do so by changing the placement of certain objects or by introducing certain Feng Shui symbols that can improve the flow of positive energy (Qi) in a specific area. There are many Feng Shui products that have been designed to utilize the power of Feng Shui symbols. Every Feng Shui product symbolizes something. . (Feng Shui)

Can Your Furniture Make You Sick?

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 Ascisco Pecunia (September 15, 2008)  Most of us do not rearrange the furniture in our home very often. Big pieces of furniture such as the bookcases, sofas, beds and dining tables pretty much stay in the same position in our homes for years, if not decades. Old furniture that hasn't been used for a long time can create many negative feng shui implications. That energy around such furniture is stale and stagnant. Over the .. (Feng Shui)

6 Feng Shui Tips to Revitalize Your Home

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 Ascisco Pecunia (September 15, 2008)  Our home is much more than just a habitat where we live and sleep. It is a sanctuary and refuge after a long days work and also a place to rest and rejuvenate. Good feng shui in the home attracts good health prosperity, and happiness. Here are 6 easy tips to create good feng shui at home. 1. The main door is the most important parts of the home. It is where the outer environment .. (Feng Shui)

The Most Auspicious Feng Shui Colors Revealed

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 Lynn Q. Lee (September 15, 2008)  People often associate Feng Shui with good fortune. They believe that a place with good Feng Shui will make a business prosperous. Therefore, a lot of businessmen approach Feng Shui practitioners, asking for the most auspicious Feng Shui colors. Sometimes, these practitioners charge you a high price and give you excess information that you are not really interested in. For example, you . (Feng Shui)

What is a Feng Shui Bagua is Used For?

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 Lynn Q. Lee (September 15, 2008)  A Feng Shui Bagua is one of the essential tools for practitioners to determine the Feng Shui of a place. The Bagua is divided into 8 directions, similar to that of a compass. After the division is made, you can see that there are 9 areas on the Bagua map, in which each area represents a different aspect of life. Knowing the fact that each of the 9 areas represents an aspect of your .. (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui Mirrors - What is the Bagua?

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 Lynn Q. Lee (September 15, 2008)  Feng Shui practitioners often use Feng Shui mirrors to improve the Feng Shui of your house or your business. Feng Shui mirrors emit the Feng Shui energy of water. A function of Feng Shui mirrors is to draw the beneficial flow of energy (Qi) into the place it is positioned at. Generally, the mirrors can be used to expand the space of an area, to reflect and deflect the Qi of an area. In . (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui - Using Water to Generate Wealth

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 Alvin Yap (September 07, 2008)  In Feng Shui, the flow of water in a property is important to ascertain the well being of the residents for the attainment of wealth and prosperity. Water is the main conductor of Qi or energy and it is therefore crucial to determine how the Qi flow in the vicinity of a property. The goal is to harness positive Qi and avoid negative Qi. There are various water methods in Chinese .. (Feng Shui)

How to Make a Better Tomorrow With Feng Shui

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 Pat Heydlauff (September 04, 2008)  Kathy, an attractive woman in her mid thirties has a reasonably good job, a few good friends to spend leisure time with and enough money to live in a pleasant but small two bedroom home. While things looked good on the surface, she was very unhappy with where her life was headed and felt like she was racing with the clock but the clock was winning. She just couldn't seem to break out of . (Feng Shui)

Create Personal Calm and Peace Using Feng Shui Principles

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 Pat Heydlauff (September 04, 2008)  According to advertising experts, the average person is bombarded, even assaulted by more than 4000 impressions daily in the form of print, email, voice mail, radio, television and blaring advertisements. Additionally, you are constantly attacked with negative energy about the housing crisis and the economy in the daily news plus sound bites about Iraq, Iran and Russia's threats, home .. (Feng Shui)

Attract Love and Intimacy With Feng Shui

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 Kathleen Tumpane (August 27, 2008)  One of the most frequent desires of people seeking a feng shui consultation is to attract or enhance a loving, supportive, intimate relationship. If this is your desire, pay particular attention to the Relationship area of the feng shui grid or bagua. Before you even go there, think about the qualities you most value in a relationship. Make a list of the top ten most important .. (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui For Business? Yes! Feng Shui For a Cubicle? Definitely Yes!

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 San Dan Yi (August 27, 2008)  Many people spend long hours at work, but they give little consideration to how their work environment might influence their job performance or general wellbeing. The office cubicle is a very popular type of structure used by companies to organize various internal departments because it is relatively inexpensive and a very effective way to bring uniformity to a particular area. .. (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui - Three Steps to Improving Your Synchronicity

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 Ann Kucera (August 27, 2008)  What is synchronicity? For our purposes synchronicity is the ability to be in the right place, at the right time, and meeting the right people. It's one of the best feelings, isn't it. Everything you want and need comes easily to you exactly when you need it. In feng shui, the ancient study of arrangement, one of the tools of feng shui is the bagua. (See below for an image of a bagua). . (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui Tips on Selecting the Ideal Location of a House

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 Henry Fong (August 19, 2008)  Since Feng Shui is a study of how we are affected by the surroundings, the correct location of our house, where we spend more of our time, is the primary key to having good Feng Shui. So, just what are the things that we should look out for? The ancient Chinese believe that the presence of Sheng Qi is crucial to our well being. Sheng Qi means living qi and it is a kind of energy that .. (Feng Shui)

How to Feng Shui Your House For Tranquility and Harmony

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 Julia Vakulenko (August 15, 2008)  The first thing to keep in mind when trying to make any room a good feng shui room is that the paint in that room be very soothing and calming the most widely suggested color of paint for inside a room in order to make it a good feng shui room is the soothing color known as skin color. The other factor to keep in mind while trying to make a room a god feng shui room would be to make .. (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui Detective - The Case of the Missing Husband

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 Amy Gray (August 09, 2008)  [This is an actual Feng Shui consultation; all names and identifying features have been changed to protect the confidentiality of the client] I drove up through a suburban subdivision, viewing the large homes with their expansive three car garages and driveways. Approaching my new client's home I couldn't help but notice that the front door was almost completely obscured by laurel .. (Feng Shui)

Attracting Money Into Your Feng Shui Home

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 San Dan Yi (August 08, 2008)  I will discuss how to utilize two Feng Shui cures that will help attract more money into your home and, simultaneously, slow down the amount of money that is flowing out of your home. In order to achieve this goal, we will take a look at two well known Feng Shui symbols: The Feng Shui frog and the Feng Shui turtle. These symbols have to do with Feng Shui wealth and are associated with .. (Feng Shui)

8 Secrets to Good Feng Shui in Bedroom

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 Dr. Kang-pang Chan (July 31, 2008)  Bedroom is one of the most principal regions of the house, and setting up with good Feng Shui can generate a lot of benefits for us. To start out with, make sure to have a very comfy setting by utilizing some soft colorations that are relaxing rather than empowering because colors that are soothing and sedating can help make very fertile energies. It's realized that our bodies recreate . (Feng Shui)

What Kind of Feng Shui Fountains Should I Use For a Corporate Space?

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 Kristina L (July 31, 2008)  Feng shui fountains should bring harmony to a room by creating soft white noise. White noise is the neutralizing factor inherent in busy work spaces, restaurants, banks, etc. Have you ever been in a busy restaurant full of chattering people only to realize that your own conversation seems to be quite private? You look around and hear a din of noise, but nothing specific can be heard. .. (Feng Shui)

Create Wealth With Feng Shui

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 Kathleen Tumpane (July 31, 2008)  In feng shui, everything is a symbol of something. In a feng shui consultation, we look at the objects in your home and office and decide together if they still support your intentions or if they thwart them. The feng shui grid or bagua is made up of nine equal squares. It is important to look at each area to help you gain understanding of positive symbols in harmony with that part of .. (Feng Shui)

Feng Shui Tips Water and Wealth

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 Om Paramapoonya (July 31, 2008)  In feng shui tradition, water is considered the lucky element that brings success and wealth because it keeps fish alive and makes trees fruitful. Houses that have a pleasant view of gently flowing water such as a river, lake or sea, are believed to be in an extremely auspicious location. If a house is located near a raging torrent, however, feng shui gurus believe it can bring .. (Feng Shui)

Lessons on Feng Shui, Astrology and Death

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 Ken Toh J (July 30, 2008)  Last night as I was reading the Xin Min Daily Chinese newspapers in Singapore, it reported that May Phua had decided to revert back to her previous Chinese name, citing reason as fearing for her own life. This is because she was one of the many Singapore Media Corps TV station artistes who had her Chinese name advised to be changed by 1 particular Feng shui Master in Singapore. .. (Feng Shui)

Forget Spring Cleaning

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 Aisling D'Art (July 30, 2008)  Many people talk about spring cleaning as if it's a tried-and-true tradition. It's not. Spring is a fine time to air out your home and get the winter dirt swept out. However, autumn is a far more important time for cleaning. Summer is generally a time for recreation. You and your family have probably tracked in sand and dirt from the beach and the park. Dashing from one summer .. (Feng Shui)




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