Be creative

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When was the last time you did something new? or… Did something that you haven’t done for decades?

During this current COVID19 lockdown, I decided to crochet a beanie!

I had not done this since primary school and then, it was not the best result at the time either.

Send me a photo of what you created and share your fun with the blog readers worldwide.

Feng Shui is not only the Art of Placement, it is a state of mind too.

Eembrace change and regularly do something NEW.

Roseline Deleu
International Feng Shui Master & Author
http://www.fengshuisteps.com.au

Feng Shui in New Zealand

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After one interview… comes another ! Well done Leona de Ridder

When time is right, fame knocks at the door… Ask yourself if you activated something in your sector ‘9’!?

Surely it must have been the case for Leona de Ridder, Landscape Architect and Feng Shui consultant in New Zealand.

Follow this link to find Leona’s LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE AOTEAROA interview and spread the word, book her for a garden, park, home or business development consultation and your live will never be the same again.

Leona is highly recommended by Roseline Deleu, international Feng Shui Master & Author www.fengshuisteps.com.au

How Feng Shui changed my Life – interviewing Roseline Deleu

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“OVER THE BONNET PODCAST” – Interviewing international Feng Shui Master Roseline Deleu, Australian journalist Mark Piepers shares with you her secrets and how Feng Shui evolved from a simple approach to encompassing her adventure discovering Aboriginal Culture, connexion with Country and Languages and some amazing concepts unknown by many non-Aboriginal people.

Click here for the link to AUDIO version of this interview

Sorry if the video where you see of Roseline is a little bit out of sync. Simply listen and admire the gorgeous painting behind her “Caterpillar Dreaming” by Maria Curley, Kaltjiti Arts APY Lands.

Clearing your Space and Body

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I had the honour to be invited to see the closing ceremony of the Argyle mine in the East Kimberley where Rio Tinto extracted diamonds for many decades.

Creating ceremony for small or important events in our lives or – in this case – Respecting Country and bring peace again after long time mining, local Land Custodians used smoke and water to clear space and people.

When did you smoke your place and aura last?

The best time is during full moon, but please don’t wait… When you are feeling stuck and feel ready to let go and move forward: smoke/smudge your place and body (in all safety) verbalising your intents aloud.
Favour local herbs/tree sticks from your area for a more powerful result.

Change is life.

Enjoy

Roseline Deleu
International Feng Shui Master & Author
http://www.fengshuisteps.com.au

Landscape Architect in 11 questions – meet Leona de Ridder

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Roseline Deleu (Feng Shui Steps.com.au) interviews Leona de Ridder (Design by Leona.com)

Leona de Ridder – Landscape Architect New Zealand and Australia – studied with Feng Shui Master Roseline Deleu

1. Please Leona, tell our readers briefly WHEN, HOW, WHERE or in WHICH circumstances we met?
I met Roseline in Canberra, Australia, 1998, where Roseline was teaching a night class in Feng Shui.  I remember thinking, this is a fascinating woman of the world who has many stories to tell, and I am still enjoying hearing the stories of Roseline’s life of adventure!

2. Since then, could you share what is the most interesting Feng Shui result that you have experienced?
I have seen life changing situations evolve, reactions that have affected health and wellbeing in a positive way. And a privileged experience being part of life in a terminal phase of illness, we created a peaceful place to rest and pass.

3. Let’s talk more about you now Leona… Tell us a little about yourself and your business.
I can say studying Feng Shui with Roseline cemented my decision to attend University in 2000, to study a Bachelor Landscape Architecture. It soon became obvious the broader Landscape Planning discipline was a serious consideration, so returned back into the fold of University to study Masters Landscape Architecture (Landscape Planning) in 2004.

A short stint practicing in Australia 2007-2009 gave me a broader understanding of landscape scale and another approach to landscape assessment.

My current practice, Design by Leona, was born in the last decade, along with two children. I needed a family friendly practice, so returned to residential design and volunteer work with community groups.

In more recent times, I’ve delved back into the world of landscape planning, focusing on Integrated Farm Plans and indigenous cultural decision making process.

This is where Roseline and I have reconnected once again, always evolving.  I have observed Roseline integrating what she has learned during her extensive work with Aboriginal people in 24 remote communities around Australia. Roseline has shared with me how she evolved to respect culture and a more connected practice integrating Oneness, Language Ancestors, Land and Nature Elements within our landscape and homes.

To me, Feng Shui is really creating harmony in our landscape and buildings; after all, the first impression you give to your visitors is the harmony of your garden, your landscape, your front entrance and only then your interior. Practising Feng Shui regularly has helped me strengthen my connection with the Land and clearly understand that we belong to nature.

4. What are the five words that people would use to describe you?
1. thoughtful

2. caring

3. interested

4. a wee bit controlling

5. fun

5. What was the purpose for starting your business?
To find my purpose in life really, and that is healing of the land and the people.  To leave something in a better state than before (preferably).

6. What are the most common reasons people contact you?
Some are wanting elegance in their life, some are wanting to find more peace, some are just bored and want a change, it is all so varied. Usually it is a form of crisis or trauma that instigates change, and wanting to seek help towards change.

7. Tell us more about your services that you provide to your clients?
Mostly my service is centred around landscape design at both the residential scale and the broader scale. Some clients don’t want to hear about Feng Shui principles, this is ok and I respect this. I can still incorporate Feng Shui principles into the design without the client necessarily knowing about it, or feeling the need to listen to the explanation, but they can feel it when the end product is built.  Others that come into the space can feel it too.

8. Tell us about your process for working with clients?
The initial meeting is so important, this when the essence of the vision or the desire is shared by the client. As the design process unfolds into budget discussions, it is important to hold onto that first conversation, to hold onto what is important, to retain the integrity.

9. What advice can you offer to people who are just discovering “Design by Leona”?
There is no time like the present to make change, life is too short to procrastinate, to hold onto fears and old patterns.  Let’s create those changes together in a safe and supportive way.

10. Do you have a book/s that you would like to recommend?
“The Gardeners Garden” by Cox and Musgrave

The study spans seven centuries to spotlight more than 250 of the globe’s finest permanent gardens by leading garden designers, horticulturalists, and landscape architects, brought to life via more than 1,000 sumptuous photographs and in descriptive texts by leading garden writers.

“Your first easy steps to Feng Shui” by Roseline Deleu

Simple, easy to understand for all, this little red book has gone everywhere with me.

11. Where do we find your services?
http://www.designbyleona.com
Linked In Leona deRidder

Reflecting is Life Essential

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After a couple of years of Yin time… deep inside me I found the essential benefits of reflecting.

I recall what one of my old Masters said to me many decades ago: “It is when you are in the deepest Yin, when you think that nothing is happening… That’s when BIG things prepare!” That is SO true!

Indeed, we are living in the area of technology, when everything we want comes at a click (very Yang). Then Covid19 hits (or what the governments decided to do with us). I was isolating like many of us in Australia. People were loosing their jobs, hardly any opportunity was available for months. I thought of all the stress that people endured when isolating and loosing income, being stuck at home, seeing no-one, so what to do? I started offering weekly Zoom sessions on Feng Shui and many people joined, friendship formed, hope and motivation emerged 🙂

I then thought, “What if the worst happens? How can I/we prepare?” I looked at my backyard and for weeks, started to dig and revamp. A vegetable garden was the way! Winter did not stop us, we fed the soil, made a compost, planted seeds – everything grew… I never ate so much dark green kale in my life 😀
The results were worth every minute of our time – eating our own season (organic) vegetables -> our bodies became stronger, talking to the Land -> our minds and spirits connected and we had so much fun!

Seeing GROWTH was inspiring and healing.
Today, more than a year later, again, our season vegetables are growing, many parts of Australia are in lock-down due to a Covid19 rapid increase of cases. Time for me to separate those little ones again and look forward to eating some yummy warm soups.

New Zoom sessions on Feng Shui and Emotional Sanity are coming up soon again in English. Register your interest by emailing me at fengshuisteps {at} hotmail.com and I will send you info and invite link.

May calmness and reflection bring you Peace.
Take care,

Roseline Deleu
International Feng Shui Master & Author
http://www.fengshuisteps.com.au

Be creative

When was the last time you did something new? or… Did something that you haven’t done for decades? During this current COVID19 lockdown, I decided to crochet a beanie! I had not done this since primary school and then, it was not the best result at the time either. Send me a photo of what …

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Feng Shui in New Zealand

After one interview… comes another ! Well done Leona de Ridder When time is right, fame knocks at the door… Ask yourself if you activated something in your sector ‘9’!? Surely it must have been the case for Leona de Ridder, Landscape Architect and Feng Shui consultant in New Zealand. Follow this link to find …

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How Feng Shui changed my Life – interviewing Roseline Deleu

“OVER THE BONNET PODCAST” – Interviewing international Feng Shui Master Roseline Deleu, Australian journalist Mark Piepers shares with you her secrets and how Feng Shui evolved from a simple approach to encompassing her adventure discovering Aboriginal Culture, connexion with Country and Languages and some amazing concepts unknown by many non-Aboriginal people. Click here for the …

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Clearing your Space and Body

Creating ceremony for small or important events in our lives or – in this case – Respecting Country and bring peace again after long time mining, local Land Custodians used smoke and water to clear space and people. When did you smoke your place and aura last? The best time is during full moon, but …

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Discover Suzie Psychic Reader in 11 Questions

Suzie was Here! Intuitive Psychic. Multi medium artist. Angelic Reiki.Roseline Deleu (Feng Shui Steps.com.au) interviews Suzie 1. Please Suzie, tell our readers briefly WHEN, HOW, WHERE or in WHICH circumstances we met?I met Roseline through Josè Toussaint’s, Sunday morning toolbox sessions. Roseline was running the session on Fung Shui, the Australian way. 2. Since then, …

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Discover Suzie Psychic Reader in 11 Questions

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Suzie was Here! Intuitive Psychic. Multi medium artist. Angelic Reiki.
Roseline Deleu (Feng Shui Steps.com.au) interviews Suzie

1. Please Suzie, tell our readers briefly WHEN, HOW, WHERE or in WHICH circumstances we met?
I met Roseline through Josè Toussaint’s, Sunday morning toolbox sessions. Roseline was running the session on Fung Shui, the Australian way.

2. Since then, could you share what is the most interesting Feng Shui result that you have experienced?
Probably not grippingly interesting, but I loved finding a toy gold lion and an Indian 2.00 dollar coin on the beach in different spots on different days after clearing the abundance corner in my room.
I am loving the way we are learning together in the group, experimenting with different way to use feng shui principles.

3. Let’s talk more about you now Suzie… Tell us a little about yourself and your business.
I am a very eclectic person have dabbled in a million things. Maybe I get bored, or it could be I am more like a hummingbird and like to try lots of different things. This is reflected in my business and working world. I studied fine art and design in gold and silver smithing and fashion, neither of these things do I actually do for a living now. Although my bloomers I make and wear are a wanted item. I do paint, draw and do ceramic art, I am more attracted to practical items.
I have also studied Reiki and am currently completing my Angel Reiki course.
I am a intuitive psychic, my main connection is through holding onto a person’s object to connect to their higher self, Psychometry.

4. What are the five words that people would use to describe you Suzie?
1. Loud  – 2. Silly  -3. Kind – 4. Creative – 5. Different

5. What was the purpose on starting your business?
I needed to do something.
I had always supported other people in growing their dreams. To scared to step out for myself. It was time to step up to the plate. In the past I have given my employers all of me often leaving myself with naught. I recognised that a long term pattern needed to change.

6. What are the most common reasons of people who come and see/call you?
Most people contact me when they are looking for : Clarity, Direction, Change, Confirmation, Potential options. Personal growth and empowerment.

7. Tell us more about your services/products that you provide to your clients?
Psychic readings and Angelic Reiki (even remotely)

8. Tell us about your process for working with clients ?
With my readings, I will usually ask first energetically if the person is ready to hear what will come through. I ask their higher self for permission, if the answer is yes I ask for an object to hold to use as my connection. If the answer is no I talk more with the client to find out what they are hoping for.
If we meet on line or through email. I don’t hold on to something instead I will pull a card on their behalf and listen for what comes through.
The first thing I usually get when I read for them will be a song.

9. What advice can you offer to people who are just discovering “Suzie Was Here”?
Make contact either by email and phone and we can chat about what you are needing, wanting or desiring.

10. Do you have a book/product/service that you would like to recommend?
Readings and Healing sessions.

11. Where do we find your services?
It is very difficult to find me right now as I am only developing things.
I am based in Victoria for the moment and I am available on line only.
My email address is: suziew-10 [@] hotmail.com
Looking forward to guiding you!

How I ‘met’ Feng Shui and how it empowers people

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Watch this few minutes short interview from Jose Toussaint @ CREATE HAPPY MINDS who asks a few questions to Feng Shui Master Roseline Deleu

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VBgvEV68ub_9IbaF57YJ2kXAtCLz-Ove/view

Looking forward to seeing you on one of my Zoom sessions!

Roseline Deleu
International Feng Shui Master & Author
www.fengshuisteps.com.au

Develop your Intuition – starts 6th June in USA – 7th June in Australia

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DEVELOP YOUR INTUITION – 4 week-course (or more weeks… all depends on you!)
once per week!!!

Starting a set of 4 weeks made of maximum 40 minutes sessions on Zoom this upcoming:

Sunday 7 June 2020 @ 10 AM Sydney time, which is

Saturday 6 June 2020 evening USA time

Express your interest and reply me to email fengshuisteps [at] hotmail.com I will send you the Zoom link
Financial participation – you decide in relation to your COVID current financial situation and we will talk about it at the end of the 1st session. It is essential that YOU do something for YOU during those challenging times. ❤️

Yes, you can share this information to your likeminded friends who may be interested.

 
Looking forward to seeing you soon joining this limited group of great people!
 
Roseline Deleu
International Feng Shui Master, Intuitive & Author
Email me at fengshuisteps [at] hotmail.com

“Modern world” Genocide could be near you

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My travels recently brought me to the Pilbara in Western Australia. Amazing landscapes when visiting the National Parks. Super hot temperatures though – yes… I was there in January which is Summer and the thermometer showed 47 degrees Celsius. Karijini NP

Karijini NP – Western Australia

Closer to the Coast, I fell in love at first sight with what initially appeared to me as a lovely locality: Ieramugadu, better known on the ‘official’ map and by the new Australians under Roebourne Western Australia.
Terribly sad past history unfortunately, this little township now counts other attractions than the old gaol and counts a Cultural Art Centre in the old pub, a lovely park next to it, sports facilities and nice murals!
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I could see myself living there.

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Roebourne Lookout

Then I drove up to the top of the hill and had a better look and immediately had second thoughts!
The main electrical power plant is located near the Aged Care, Community Services and local Hospital. The close surroundings of the water tower is decorated with Mobile Phone Antennas zapping the water constantly – whether you drink the water or you wash yourself with it, imagine what it does to you!
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Last but not least, the local cemetery is surrounded by so many houses that would be very spooky and very unhealthy – physically, emotionally and spiritually – living there.

As very well illustrated in the documentary “Exile and the Kingdom”  we see the huge issues of Colonisation, Slavery, Mining booms… I would like to encourage you to watch, through the above link (Part 1)  the story of the Aboriginal people of Ieramugadu (Roebourne), their Law, their tribal voice – their survival.

I mentioned those three major issues to one of the local Health Centers who probably thought that I was an alien!
I wish a day would come where mayors, town planners and landscapers would start their projects with common sense first and for the Well-Being of all.

Ignorance leads to another modern slow Genocide again in Roebourne!
Wake up please.

Roseline Deleu
International Feng Shui Master & Author
www.fengshuisteps.com.au