Everywhere I look in nature I see the quietness and dormancy of Winter beginning to reach for the new life of Spring and I am reminded of the importance of Spring in Feng Shui. A time of new beginnings, a time to decide what it is you really want, and a time to clarify your intentions. A time to set priorities and balance for your life. Want more harmony in your life? Try these Feng Shui tips:
- Surround yourself only with things that you love, really love. And get rid of the rest. You may begin with something small such as your nightstand. What is on it, in it, and around it? Do you really love it, if so it is a keeper.
- Look at the area where you store your bills while you are waiting to pay them. Is it organized? Do you have a system to keep track of what you have, how to put your hands on it, and when to pay it? An organized place for bills creates a smooth passage for money to flow into your life.
- Add music to your surroundings at home and at work whenever possible. Music will uplift your chi/energy and allow more positive thoughts and things to come to you.
- Remove your electric blanket or at least unplug it. The EMF (electromagnetic field) created by the blanket can cause you to have disrupted sleep, headaches, and tension.
Nancy is known for blending the energy of the outer world with the power of the inner world, creating a sacred container for inner peace, personal growth, and well-being.
Nancy’s mission and commitment are to empower women in their relationships with Self and others, which she does through Creativity workshops, and Feng Shui.
“When one person is empowered, everyone is uplifted” ~ Nancy Dadami
Before becoming an artist, Nancy was a high school principal and teacher. She used Feng Shui principles to create productive and inspiring learning environments, empowering students and faculty.
For 32 years, Nancy inspired hundreds of individuals to step into their Inner Magnificence and Soul’s Calling to create a life of purpose and meaning.
Nancy began a personal growth journey as a teenager after a devasting loss of a parent.
The depth of her insights and growth accelerated when she embraced life as an artist. When Nancy shows up at the front of the canvas, her Soul shows up at the back, and the dance begins, allowing her to process the activities of her life.
In addition to being an Artist, Certified Creatively Fit Coach, and Red Thread Intentional Creativity Guide, Nancy uses her Feng Shui Masters training to cultivate sacred space within and around clients. Visit my website here