Words have power because they can motivate people to action.
My words, however, are not always about Feng Shui.
This past week, in response to all the anguish I saw my friends and acquaintances express on social media — regarding recent violent events in the USA — I shared the following (if you are reading this in your phone, turn it to the side so you can read the image better):
Lots of people reacted to this post. Some people shared it on their timelines. To my surprise, when I attended church on Sunday, the minister referred to my post above as part of her final message in a sermon about the recent violence.
Your words have power too. They have the power to motivate the people around you to action. Everything you say, every email you send out or forward, the things you share on social media, it all creates the world you live in. Are the messages you are sending out creating more chaos and discord, or are they creating hope and well being?What are you creating with your words?
Your Home’s “Words”
There is an old Chinese saying: “All things in your home are constantly talking to you, make sure they have nice things to say.”
Your home does not use actual “words” to communicate with you, it gives you messages about you and your life in the choices you have made of:
- and the way you have arranged your furniture
A Feng Shui consultant is trained to read these messages, and suggest small changes that can change the reading of your home to tell a more positive story.
Sure, you can look at your home and see if you can find out what it is telling you. However, the way people self sabotage is usually a blind spot for them.
Right now, I have openings for 3 new Feng Shui Home Consultations. (Remember that prices for consultations are going up 30% at the end of September.)
The Words of Mothers
This past 4th of July I sent out a special edition of my newsletter called Declare Your Independence from Fate by Embracing Your Destiny. If you missed it, you may read it here.
This newsletter had the power to move lots of emotions in many women, especially women with small children.
The feedback I got was that they were feeling at a loss to connect with their life missions, to figure out what they came to do.
If this is you, you need to know something that now I wish I had added to my original article: When you have children, they become your life mission. As they grow and become more independent, you feel pulled to do other things.
So don’t stress if you have young children and can’t figure out what your life mission is, because right now, it is them.
And remember, the people most vulnerable to your words are your children. Use your words to lift them up, and they will become independent, happy, and strong people.
The more wisely you use your words around them, the easier it will be, when they are grown and living their own lives, for you to tend to your particular, individual, life missions. You will also have the time and energy to do more of the things you love.