Offices all over the world are putting green incentives in place and going paperless. Sure, having less paper around gets rid of a lot of clutter which is great for Feng Shui, right? Yes, right but that doesn't mean you have any less digital clutter. If you turn your PC on, do you see hundreds of icons and shortcuts to folders and files on your desktop? Most people have a lot of clutter on the computers and mobile phones. Just like the energy in any electronic device can disturb sleep patterns, the energy held by digital clutter can have a negative effect on your life and wellbeing. It is important to put some time aside for a digital de-clutter. This is how you can start.
Get rid of the old stuff
Get rid of everything you no longer use. Documents, dated software, Facebook friends and phone contacts. If you are not sure who many of the people are in your Facebook or phone contact list, it is probably time to clear some of them out. Friends and family are easy to recognize and keep. If you are keeping contacts in your phone for future reference and have lost track of who does what, edit the contact's name by adding what they do, for example: Plumber John Piper or Cakes Jane Frosting. This makes it easier for you to locate a contact in the future. Feng Shui is all about making things flow better and smoother.
Feng Shui is rising in popularity in the West and has become a serious thing to many. I like to look at things in a more light-hearted way and decided to share a few amusing facts about it.
On a more serious note, Feng Shui is not just about de-cluttering and having an excuse to throw out your mother-in-law's Christmas gifts. It is a beautiful and wondrous system that has improved lives for centuries. The best place to start would be to consult with a professional Feng Shui consultant in your area and then enjoy the process. Although it is not magical, Feng Shui brings astonishing results.
Our memory sometimes just does not recall some of the things we go through. In fact some of our painful experiences will be transmuted into other forms of fears that affect our healthy functioning into adulthood. The connection of this memory to our bodily condition will be far removed and almost unrecognizable from its original form. What is the connection of memories to the physical body?
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