Certified Feng Shui Practitioner, Feng Shui For Real Life
Carol M. Olmstead is a nationally-recognized consultant, author, and speaker specializing in practical, real-world uses of Feng Shui for today's homes and offices. Nationwide, she consults with clients and presents customized workshops and seminars. Known as The Feng Shui Maven, Carol practices a contemporary, updated version of Feng Shui that focuses on the practical applications. She uses her natural intuitive sense and business savvy to bring easy-to-implement, real-world solutions to improve inauspicious situations and help you attract health, happiness, love, and prosperity.
Carol's new book, the Feng Shui Quick Guide For Home and Office: Secrets For Attracting Wealth, Harmony, and Love includes a day-by-day calendar of 366 fast fix Feng Shui tips, and a monthy clutter-clearing guide. You can order your copy at www.FengShuiForRealLife.com.
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Feng Shui Attracting Wealth Tips - Dining Room
Certified Feng Shui Practitioner Carol Olmstead provides tips on attracting wealth through decorative elements in your dining room.
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Carol Olmstead: I am Carol Olmstead and I am showing you how to use Feng Shui, to attract wealth. Now I am in the dining room. The next tip concerns plants. Remove the dead ones. Feng Shui talks about plants as energy, it's living energy that grows your wealth. When we have a dead plant, your wealth is stagnant. Sometimes you can clean them up and get rid of the dead leaves. But many times, you just have to get rid of the old plant. Let's move that out and replace it with a new one. Doesn't that feel much better?
I always prefer that you use living plants with nice, soft, rounded leaves. But if you have a space where you just don't have enough light or perhaps if you just don't have a green thumb, then silk plants are fine. Good quality silk is a fabric and it brings the same flow of abundance into your life. I just recommend against using dried flowers because they are dead energy.
Now that we have cleaned up the plant in this dining room, there's one more thing we need to do and I know you have seen it, we need to clear up this pile of clutter. In Feng Shui, clutter represents postponed decisions and the inability to move forward. Think about that for a while, where you have clutter and what you are keeping, says a lot about you and how you can accumulate wealth. How do we get rid of clutter? This one's real easy, we just move it out.
In Feng Shui we say that nothing new flows into your life till you make room for it. No new wealth can flow into your life till we make room for it. Now that we have cleared the clutter from this room, look at all the space we have for wealth to flow into this house.
Now let's move on to the bedroom.