Posts by Olga

Bali Blog

Posted by on 17 Apr 2014 in Uncategorized | 3 comments

Well I have just spent the most wonderful 17 days in Bali my first visit and I loved it. I went with friends firstly for the Bali spirit festival held every March in Ubud. It is a Yogis place with wall to wall classes and also Readers and Healers and fabulous food and great music. For the first time in a long time I did nothing but sit and watch and join in a couple of talks on meditation practice and an attunement to a healing practice and I had my first proper tarot card reading. I won’t go into detail about that as it’s not the point of my blog. The point is that in doing nothing...

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Creativity

Posted by on 6 Sep 2013 in Feng Shui Tips, Uncategorized | 2 comments

Creativity 7 The area of Creativity sits in the West segment of your home and has great focus on children, your own if you have them or children that are in your life. It is also about being creative in other areas of your life, being able to create and being in tune with and able to express creativity in any form. Are you trying to have children but its not happening? Do you find you are worrying excessively about your children? Are you feeling you are failing as a parent or carer? Have you a talent or artistic flare that is thwarted? Do you feel you have blockages in your creativity? Try...

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My Feng Shui Garden

Posted by on 5 Jul 2013 in Feng Shui Tips | 4 comments

My Feng Shui Garden

Feng Shui-ing your garden can be easy and fun and you don’t have to do the whole garden!  I have two gardens, a small one around my house and a big one behind my barn – so its quite a lot to manage in terms of doing the Feng Shui on all of it.  So I decided to work on a couple of smaller areas to create Feng Shui beauty.  In my large garden I focused on one square and applied the Elemental principles and symbolism of Feng Shui divided in to the 9 squares of the Bagua, the template of the life zones represented in the square.  My notes of what I placed are in the template below – you...

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A sad loss for the Feng Shui World

Posted by on 15 Jun 2013 in News | 8 comments

A sad loss for the Feng Shui World

He came at at time when time stood still He filled me with hope and tremendous will His teaching was precious and brought me alive We all live, we all die and our spirits thrive I give thanks for the connections, he made with our souls, the friendships he brought us, our hopes and our goals And the love that abounds us, there should be no toll We will dance to his memory We will sing of his joy We will give of our love To our Rabi Rob – always and forever Rob Gray was my Feng Shui Teacher and one of the most wonderful people you could ever meet. He was so gentle and intuitive and funny...

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Friends

Posted by on 12 May 2013 in Feng Shui Tips | 1 comment

Friends

I am blessed with having wonderful friends who have seen me through the good and the unhappy times of my life. Some have been with me for many years and I have found new friends along the way. Its not just having their support but also giving it that makes friendships a very special part of my life. Are there good and helpful people in your life who are there for you when you need them? Are you feeling lonely and alone? Do you feel your friends are not supportive? Have you been feeling let down by friends? Are you finding it hard to meet people that you like and want to spend time with? Does...

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