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Yogamint articles relating to Feng Shui

  • 18-Jul-2012

    Spice Up Your Kitchen

    Om in the Home - Feng Shui IV

    Are you looking to eat healthier, drop a few pounds and eat more consciously? Our eating habits are engrained in us, making it a challenge to make desired dietary changes.

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  • 16-May-2012

    Pillow Talk

    Om in the Home - Feng Shui III

    In the tradition of Feng Shui, the bedroom is the first place to look when it comes to love. The bedroom is your private sanctuary; it is the room in which you feel the most vulnerable...

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  • 21-Mar-2012

    Clear the Clutter

    Om in the Home - Feng Shui II

    Ready for some more Om in the Home? Let’s start with de-cluttering. In case you haven’t noticed, de-cluttering is all the rage. Clearing clutter is the new therapy “sweeping” the nation.

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  • 11-Jan-2012

    Breathing Space

    Om in the Home - Feng Shui I

    Yoga has been an integral bridge in my life, leading me from the corporate world into the healing arts. Soon after I started taking yoga classes, I began to tap into the subtle world of energy...

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  • 06-Oct-2011

    Mix in Some Metal

    The Five Elements - Part V

    Alchemy is an ancient tradition that has survived due to the power and prestige of metals. Metal is also one of the Five Elements in Feng Shui.

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  • 04-Aug-2011

    Wizardry of Water

    The Five Elements - Part IV

    All life on Earth sprang from water— an element essential for sustaining life as we know it. Water initiates the Five Elements cycle, as it nourishes Wood to begin the growth phase.

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  • 02-Jun-2011

    Down to Earth

    The Five Elements - Part III

    How do you get grounded? Do you take walks in nature, plant flowers, or practice yoga poses like Mountain Pose or Warrior II? An important way to stay grounded is through your home.

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  • 31-Mar-2011

    Get Fired Up

    The Five Elements - Part II

    Yoga and Feng Shui work on removing blocks and promoting energy flow throughout your life, with balance being the ultimate goal. In Feng Shui, balance is accomplished by incorporating the energy...

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  • 03-Feb-2011

    Feng Shui and Wood

    The Five Elements - Part I

    Feng Shui has been called acupuncture for the home. In fact, the origins of Feng Shui and acupuncture are the same: Chinese Medicine. The goal of both is to bring balance to your...

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  • 09-Dec-2010

    Home Sweet Home

    Geopathic Stress and You

    Many people strictly associate design aspects with Feng Shui, the art of balancing Heaven and Earth. A more practical approach includes addressing energetic imbalances in your living space.

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  • 11-Nov-2010

    It's Elementary

    Harmonize Your Space

    Walk into a beautifully decorated home or a favorite room in your house; what you will most likely find is a natural interplay of five elements: wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. In feng shui, the five...

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  • 07-Oct-2010

    Desk For Success

    Feng Shui Your Workplace

    Applying feng shui to your office is easy, inexpensive and can be one of your best investments. The best place to start? Your desk, of course! Your desk space is personal –

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  • 22-Apr-2010

    Your Meditation Station

    Anywhere You Like

    With so many changes in our world today, it’s no wonder so many of us are using our home as a sacred place of refuge, or our own ashram, so to speak.

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  • 19-Nov-2009

    Five House Types

    Which One Are You Living In?

    Classical Feng Shui is a complex sister science to Acupuncture that uses time-tested calculations to determine a building’s unseen energy blueprint.

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  • 08-Oct-2009

    Feng Shui and the Haunted House

    Does Your House Harbor Spirits?

    How would you like to share your home with spirits of the dearly departed? Or in some cases the not so dearly departed?

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