Health- The Heart of the Home: Feng Shui and Money- A Nine Week Book/Program

“Eric has brightly lit each step of the path to abundance. Take a nine-week walk with him –you won’t regret it!” Karen Rauch Carter, author of Move Your Stuff, Change Your Life

Feng Shui and Money: A Nine-Week Program for Creating Wealth Using Ancient Principles and Techniques was written by a practitioner named Eric Shaffert.

Feng Shui is the Art of  a creating Harmony in physical spaces such as homes. It focuses on promoting flow so energy can move through a home. Feng Shui is a continual practice as things change, and grow, and as you want to have a  constant effort in bringing fresh energy into your life. As Certified Feng Shui practitioners, we tend to focus on finding the detrimental issues and work to correct them, and add cures. While detrimental issues can be huge things like an unsafe renovation, or standing rancid water, it can also be a stuckness- no motion, no way to invite in change. Even as practitioners, we work to always strive to find our next step.

I’m going to be working through the whole book up to the Lunar New Year on January 28th, 2017, and the shift to the Year of the Rooster on February 4, 2017. I’m going to be working through Mr. Shaffert’s book on three levels. Prior to Lunar or Chinese New Year it is tradition to deep clean your home. I am also moving to a different condo in my condo complex just before Lunar New Year, so I’ll actually be working on this project in both of my condo units, and I’m really excited about having a completely renovated unit to start the new year in. Read more


Dreamed I was working in a horrible, tiny, labyrinth of a store, but my boss was the same woman I work with at the library. Quit my job after getting in a fight with a customer who was trying to shoplift something that wasn’t even for sale.

Decided to take a long trip to Northern Australia, where I drove and drove for miles. In the middle of nowhere I found a job as a aid at a health center (maybe a psychiatric place). The walls were all powder blue.Blue wall

While walking out to my car on the second day, I was attacked by a huge hulk of a man, with a shaved head and blue eyes.

Managed to narrowly escape when a male co-worker, with soft-looking, brown hair, saw what was happening and drove between me and the huge man with his car. My rescuer had on white scrubs and a blue sweatshirt-hoodie. There were some kind of wisteria bushes all around the outside of the center.

The huge man was forced to leave the center but I only stayed for a few days longer. I ended up going back and getting my first job back.