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Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui

Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui Clear Your Clutter and Transform Your Life Clutter is trapped energy that has far reaching effects physically mentally emotionally and spiritually The simple act of clearing clutter can transform y

  • Title: Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui
  • Author: Karen Kingston
  • ISBN: 9780767903592
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Paperback
  • Clear Your Clutter and Transform Your Life Clutter is trapped energy that has far reaching effects physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually The simple act of clearing clutter can transform your life by releasing negative emotions, generating energy, and allowing you to create space in your life for the things you want to achieve In Clear Your Clutter with FengClear Your Clutter and Transform Your Life Clutter is trapped energy that has far reaching effects physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually The simple act of clearing clutter can transform your life by releasing negative emotions, generating energy, and allowing you to create space in your life for the things you want to achieve In Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui, Karen Kingston, pioneer of a branch of Feng Shui known as Space Clearing, expertly guides you through the liberating task of clutter clearing You will learn Why you keep clutter How to identify and clear clutter in your home or workplace How to clear clutter from your body, mind, and spirit How to stay clutter free

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    1. ابي العزيز يحتفظ بكل شيء منذ السبعينات حتى الان كل شيء بلا مبالغة: راديوهات و اجهزة التسجيل من كافة الموديلات تذاكر طائرات و قطاراتاطنان من أوراق عمل انتهى حقائب و صناديق و علب و بلا حدود و لأسباب فرعونية بحته فعندما تسأله لماذا ؟ يجيب للتاريخ !!!؟بالطبع اشتريت الكتاب لاني اخا [...]

    2. Most of my friends read and raved about this book, so when I was given a copy as a gift I was excited. "Drink the Kool-Aid," they said, and drink I did. I read this book in about three days, which is amazing considering I kept taking breaks to clear out drawers and purge myself of all the unused, unloved objects clouding my chi and bringing my karma down. Which is the basic premise of this book. The stuff you hoard is more than junk - it becomes an obstacle, blocking you from the life you are me [...]

    3. I'm sure that Ms. Kingston's advice works very well for other people, but a lot of what she said boiled down to advice I've heard many times about how an orderly house leads to an orderly life, or that you feel better if you have less clutter. This would make for a fine book, except that I find some of her other statements offensive. If your house burns down, that's a sign from the universe that you need to restart your life. If you have books near your bed, then your primary relationship is wit [...]

    4. Ok, I have only read a little bit of this so far but already it's inspired me to de-clutter various nooks of my house. It has a way of inspiring you to de-clutter instead of inducing guilt about it.Feng Shui is about the movement of energy through your home, and not surprisingly clutter is a major thing that gets in the way. She makes the point that you can follow the various advice to put a mirror here or a plant there, but if everything is all cluttered that is going to overshadow whatever pos [...]

    5. تتحدث المؤلفة هنا عن التخلص من الكراكيب، ليس فقط تلك الموجودة في المنزل لكن ايضا كراكيب الجسم والمشاعر والوقت والعلاقات الاجتماعية وغيرهاقضت المؤلفة وقتا طويلا لتحدثنا عن كراكيب من السهل التخلص منها وهي كراكيب المنزل أما عن الكراكيب الأخري فلم تذكرها بنفس الإسهابلكن الحي [...]

    6. I've been on a purge of the "stuff" in our home for a while now, and hoped this book would encourage me to go forth with renewed energy. It did, a little, but I also found a lot in it that made me more irritated at the author than inspired. Books by my bed don't mean that my primary relationship is with books rather than people. It means that I'm an avid reader and read a lot of books, though (now) keep only a smidgeon of what I read. If my house catches on fire, it's not the universe biting me [...]

    7. I read books on decluttering to keep myself on track. I think this is one I got super-cheap on . It started out fine, if you can over-look all the mystical silliness. No new information, but fine for me as a booster. But. The author seems to think she single-handedly invented the idea that clutter is problematic. Even believes that all the de-cluttering television shows out there are a direct result of this book! But I was even able to mostly ignore that until I got to the chapters on the body. [...]

    8. :') رائِع جدًا جدًا جدًايِكفي إنني قد تخلصت من كَراكيبي الداخِلية وكَراكيب مكتبتي الدِراسية وكراكيب مكتبة الكُتب يِكفي أنني أدركت أن في "التَخلي" قُوة تفوق قُوة "التَمَلُك"الكِتاب من الكُتب القِلة التي تمنيت لو أن آخر صفحة لم تأتي بعد بُوركت كارين كينجستون وبُورك جُهدها وف [...]

    9. I won this book in a giveaway about 3 months ago, but the book failed to arrive. I contacted the author, and she had her US publisher send the book right away. Thank you, Karen Kingston, for going the extra mile. Attractive small-ish hardcover book. An easy, fairly quick read.This is a good decluttering book at its core, with some tangents that make you go "Hmmmmm.", such as (view spoiler)[touching/tasting/feeling the energy of a building or place (hide spoiler)]. Whether or not you are turned [...]

    10. This is a book I need. And yet, whenever I read tips about how to de-clutter your life, I seem to always say that the ideas make sense, I can just never follow through with them.---------------------------Most of the tips and advice for clearing clutter was common sense (get rid of things that don't work; get rid of things you're "going to fix some day" that you know you won't; get rid of stuff that has no real sentimental value for you anymore; get rid of stuff you have no use for anymore; etc. [...]

    11. I am still far from being decluttered but am finding this book extremely helpful and motivating. I've read a few other beginner feng shui manuals and found them too intimidating. This book states the reasons people collect clutter and was a real eye opener for me! This was a terrific motivator for me and was more helpful than I anticipated. I now have a clean closet near my entryway (starting there because it's most important) and found things that had been buried in there for over 10 years! The [...]

    12. كتاب عبودية الكراكيب من اروع الكتب للتنميه البشريه التي قرءتها ، استفدت استفاده جمه ، خاصه ان هذه الحيثة لا يتطرق لها الكثير من المعالجين النفسيين وهي حقيقه ، تتكلم الكاتبه عن الكراكيب الخارجيه وكيف نتخلص منها ثم تتحول الي الكراكيب الداخليه النفسيه ، انصح بقراءة الكتاب للت [...]

    13. While I ignored most of the feng shui tidbits (I've never really had the patience to figure it all out), I did find the advice for ongoing space clearing to be really terrific. Not too much mumbo jumbo and lots of clear, concise ideas for letting go of unwanted or unneeded stuff.

    14. I picked up this immensely popular, highly readable and raved about book to learn more about the connection between de-cluttering and Feng Shui. After all, the title says "Clear your clutter WITH Feng Shui". TLDR, it delivers on the de-cluttering front, but is misleading on the Feng Shui (FS) component.To keep the review short, I will simply focus on the FS element. Suffice to say that as a de-cluttering book, this book contains useful information, but majorly not unlike what you will find in si [...]

    15. *I'll write a more comprehensive review later.*I bought this book for a dime at my local library, and I'm not exaggerating when I say that it changed my life. Growing up, I lived with a hoarder who didn't allow me to have things, which meant I grew up in a home where there was all this junk around me but none of it was mine. The few things that did come into my possession were later taken for garage sales. Needless to say, when I left home, I went on a possession binge because it translated to s [...]

    16. einiges an blödsinn steht auch drin, aber die essenz des entrümpelns und die wohltuende wirkung, die das hat, nämlich altes loslassen und platz für neues schaffen, so banal das klingt, wird motivierend vermittelts betroffene haufenbilderin und sich von allem schwer trennende, habe ich direkt angefangen und eine poster-geschenkpapier-schönes papier-ecke entrümpelt und uralte plakate weggeworfen. was für einen scheiß man aus sentimentalität aufhebt, ohne sich jemals damit zu beschäftigen [...]

    17. This book inspired me to do a complete "feng shui" clean-out of my home! I have been scaling down my belongings for the past few weeks and feel such a surge of excitement with this wonderful revitalization of my living space. In the process of reading this book and clearing space in my home/life, I have had to stop and consider every single object I have been holding on tod ask myself: Why? Why do I still own this thing? If it still has a use, then fine, but if there is any negative memory attac [...]

    18. I really liked this book. It inspired me to clear out so much clutter. The central idea is that we can let go of our clutter by feeling confident that what you need will be available to you when you need it. In other words, I don't need to keep all the (tons of) craft supplies that I've been lugging around from state to state for years and never using, "just in case." I will be able to craft what I want with fewer things. Who knows, the right tool or doo-dad might just come along serendipitously [...]

    19. I found this in my bedside table where I must have swiped it from somewhere and then forgot about it (ironic!) when I decided to clean up a little on New Year's. But after flipping through this (but before really reading much of it) I decided to really declutter my place, and this book was my feng shui guide! Yes, a lot of feng shui is woo woo, but I believe that stuff has energy, much of it negative, and it can hold you back because you feel overwhelmed by the amount of stuff you have. I got ri [...]

    20. This book has helped me feel motivated to clear out a lot of clutter/junk I have accumulated in my apartment. It makes sense to talk about the "energies" that certain objects/things emit. The book has helped me understand a few things about myself, about why I have accumulated so much unnecessary clutter. I hope after I clean out the clutter from my apartment that I will feel better. This book definitely helped me feel some more interest in learning feng shui.The only complaint I have about the [...]

    21. This is a quick read, recommended to me as something I should read, so I could earn some extra cash helping others reduce clutter. Believe me, I have enough clutter, all those items I keep "just in case", or because they were meaningful at one time, even some very special clothes I wore back 40 years ago. They might be something my daughter could wear some day!Hmm! And then there is all this stuff I am storing for the kids!I once tried to convince a friend who was trying to stage her house for r [...]

    22. Even though there are some reasonable principals related to getting rid of stuff, why it is helpful, and what prevents us from doing it, the author is condescending, presumes the worst, and promotes things that are downright unprincipled in both emotional and physical terms. To say that you have t buy a place that had happy people in it, and if you screw that up, woe to you, well, she is not speaking to the people who have little or no control over that, and it also defers blame off of you for y [...]

    23. I am obsessive about this book - just ask my friends and family - I am always trying to get people to read it. It is a tin litle book, but helps you sort out out the stuff people end up with and just GET RID OF IT. You want to think more clearly? Simplify your life? Spend less time cleaning? Clear your clutter. The section on clothes is the best, and her application of the Pareto Principle -- that most of us only wear 20% of our wardrobe at any given time, with 80% just there, year after year. G [...]

    24. As a professional Organizer and Certified Relocataion and Transition Specialist, I enjoy this book once a year or so, especially after dealing with client's whose homes are horribly cluttered. Less is More everyone. I find so much more energy and peace when things are in alignment. I try to start the year out right, although I must admit that after helping someone else sort through their junk all day, it really hard to come home and do your own. Every day is a new day, just 10-15 minutes a day w [...]

    25. While it may seem simple enough to be organized, many of us end up settling for the clutter and chaos in our homes and lives. This book walks through clearing spaces and improving the energy around us. By sorting your junk, you organize your life.A concept that was particularly difficult for me to embrace was the idea of letting things go. While I am not a pack-rat, there are things I hold onto "just in case." Kingston tackles this idea well, and it goes hand-in-hand with the law of attraction. [...]

    26. This was an easy, enjoyable read for the most part. The first several chapters had a lot of practical suggestions for helping to manage clutter. I found myself not getting as much of an understanding of feng shui from this book as I had hoped, and noticed many overlaps with Marie Kondo's book. When the chapter about cleansing your body (colon cleansing) came up, it felt out of place to me. I think it detracts from the rest of the book. Overall, a good read and I look forward to rereading parts o [...]

    27. Really helpful book - I'm not convinced on the feng shui actually, but I really liked her approach to clutter. She gives detailed advice how to go about getting rid of all the stuff you don't need and why it's so important to do. I completely agree that there is a direct connection between a cluttered space and a cluttered mind, things weighing down on you, feeling distracted, frustrated, paralyzed, like you can't finish anything, or move on, etc. In short I recommend it for everyone - just skip [...]

    28. This is a wonderful, inspirational book. I like the author's conversational style. The first few chapters list the reasons clutter is bad for us, why we might have clutter, and what could happen in our lives when we declutter.I appreciate the information about the baguas in the home. I am sort of familiar with baguas from using them to do yearly treasure maps (vision boards) so I am interested in learning about them in my home.I really feel like pulling stuff out of cupboards after reading a few [...]

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