Ifyou feel depressed, lost, overwhelmed, stuck, or fighting more than loving. If you want a change in your life, a more harmonious life filled with wealth and happiness. If you answered yes, then Feng Shui is for you!
I will be more than happy to help open up the energy in your environment and in your life.
Your journey includes:
Phone Consultation. I learn what issues or obstacles are keeping you from living life to the fullest.
Paper Work. Please complete the New Client Information Sheet. I will also need a sketch of the floor plan of your home. Draw in walls, doors, furniture, stairs, etc. Label everything. Prior to our session, I will analyze your floor plan and client information sheet to create a personalized Feng Shui plan specifically tailored to your needs.
Our Session. Two hour session where we will discuss your personalized Feng Shui plan. Then go room to room where I will share specific Feng Shui cures. (many you can do immediately) I will leave you a list of Feng Shui cures for you to do on your own as well. I encourage note taking during our session.
Intention Setting. I will teach you how to set your intention and activate the cures with your intention.
Coaching and Support. You may contact me thru email or by phone for one month after our session as often as you need. (within reason of course)
The Transformation $200.
GOING ALL THE WAY
Add these to your Transformation
Space Clearing House Blessing (Smudging)$50
Additional Time. $50 per half hour
Follow Up Session. $50 hour
Written Report with Cures & Checklist. $25
Optimize Space Design by Denise
Certified Feng Shui Consultant
Why Feng Shui?
There ain’t no party like a Lagos party.
Or so they say. This weekend, Dazed flew out to Lagos, Nigeria for the third annual MTV Africa Music.
Awards and spent a few days and some late nights meeting rap, R&B and kuduro superstars from across Africa: names like Banky W, Fally Ipupa, Daddy Owen, Cabo Snoop and Radio & Weasel, from Angola to Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo and beyond, all huge stars in their own countries, selling truckloads of records despite rampant piracy and a rickety music industry. These guys are kind of the Jay Zs and Snoops of Africa, basically.