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Feng Shui for the Joy of It

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Feng Shui for the Joy of It
Feng Shui for the Joy of It

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Apr 25, 2022, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM CDT

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About the Event

How are you feeling about your home these days?

Have you been fascinated by the ancient art of Feng Shui because you’ve heard it can transform your life? After all, It’s been around for 4000 years or more, so it must work, right? Have you bought books that left you confused and frustrated and worried you’ll do something really wrong and muck up your life? Maybe you’ve even had a professional come to your home to guide you, but you didn’t get the results you were hoping for? Something is just not right?

Are you in The-Bewildered-by Feng Shui Club?

Working with clients for many years, Lyn Williams uncovered two secrets that none of the numerous books she read nor training courses she took ever mentioned.

One secret is simply this: Feng Shui changes must be done in a spirit of Joy, not in a consciousness of lack.

Your home is like your dance partner in life. If your dance partner and you are out of step, it’s just not fun. Toes get stepped on and feelings get hurt. Yes, a  home has feelings! Homes are more than bricks, boards and drywall. Your home is a dynamic, ever-changing energy field that creates a space in which you can thrive or struggle. Just like an exquisite tango, you and your home can partner your way into a life that you create together. It is the place where the choreography for dreams is manifested!

You are just 90 minutes away from a whole new perspective on Feng Shui and will go home with a renewed appreciation for the potent possibilities available to you. This is Feng Shui without the superstition and rules and “cures” that don’t make sense. It’s the Evolution of Feng Shui! ( And you’ll find out the Second Secret Lyn learned on her Feng Shui Foxtrot!)

Lyn Williams thinks she got her Feng Shui fascination from her Sicilian Mom, Gilda, who was always rearranging furniture, peaking into neighbors' windows whenever the family were out for a drive in the evening and commenting on other people’s “decorating," and mostly, NEVER allowing stuff to pile up. “La masa confusa”!

(And yes, she has trained with Professional Organizations with some very well-known instructors, but, her methods are her own.)

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