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How can Feng Shui help you moving on in life after a divorce or a relationship breakup?
Many of you go through challenges in lives more specifically with marriages and relationships. You may be single now and looking into getting in a relationship. Before activating your LOVE sector (Area 2 – see note below*) it is essential to have processed the “why’s” and “how’s” your previous relationship(s) failed.
Your busy life often makes you live in ‘your Reality’ = a virtual world , ‘a Matrix’ that you created based on your stress, fears and previous life experiences. Please understand that the more you are stressed, the less you are aligned; the more you focus on fears, the more you attract them; the more you understand your patterns, the better you can correct them, the happier you become!Incorporate relaxation times in your lives, also allow you to release your fears and clear your patterns and objects reminding you of sad or frustrating memories. Here are a few Feng Shui tips to keep you going:
2. Meditate, it is a good process to bring peace in your mind; at the same time, place a peaceful object in your sector 8.
3. Forgive yourself of what you did, said, experienced during the failed relationship(s). Safely light a candle in your sector 3 for the next 9 evenings with the intent of forgiving your past, enhancing respect for yourself and your previous partner.
I welcome your questions and will happily suggest you more Feng Shui adjustments adapted to your story and needs. Just put a post on this blog, your comment can be an inspiration and encouragement for others!
Roseline Deleu, international Feng Shui Master & Author http://www.fengshuisteps.com/roseline.html
(*) To find out where your LOVE (Area 2) sector is read this post https://fengshuisteps.wordpress.com/2012/07/20/where-are-my-love-and-wealth-sectors-in-my-home/