Rearranging spaces, shifting energy, transforming lives.
Do you feel stuck? Do you wish you could open the door to more wealth, harmony, love? At Feng Shui For Real Life, Master Practitioner Carol Olmstead will show you how a few simple Feng Shui adjustments can shift the energy around you and help you attract what you are seeking in your personal and professional life.
Feng Shui (pronounced "fung shway") is a design system for arranging your surroundings in harmony and balance with the natural world around you. Your surroundings have a powerful effect on what you attract into your life. So many of us clutter our homes, offices, and workplaces with things that symbolically represent the emotional clutter we feel inside. When the energy around you is blocked, your prosperity, relationships, health, and well-being can be affected. When the energy is balanced, good things naturally flow into your life.
A sought-after consultant, dynamic speaker, and critically acclaimed author of the Feng Shui Quick Guide For Home and Office and 365 Feng Shui Secrets. Carol demystifies this 5,000-year-old design tradition and demonstrates how to unblock energy and transform your life. In this rapidly changing world, your surroundings are the one thing you can control, and Carol will show you how.
Attracting wealth, harmony, love, and much more.
Carol works with clients on-site in person and off-site by phone and Skype. She specializes in regional consultations in the Northeast (DC, Maryland, Northern Virginia) and in the Southwest (Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Denver), and travels Nationwide by appointment. For both home and office clients, Carol provides practical, real-world Feng Shui to transform your space and help you:
• Enhance Relationships • Improve Health • Reduce Stress
• Ease Conflict • Promote Family Harmony • Unblock Creativity
• Conquer Clutter • Find a Better Job • Attract Business
• Buy, Sell, Build, Remodel a Home
Read the current issue of Carol's e-zine.
This month's Feng Shui For Real Life Ezine has Feng Shui tips for your kitchen, a mid-year clutter clearing tune up, what to do if you hate your office or your furniture, dealing with the challenge of combining households when you get married, plus much more. Click here to read the current newsletter.