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           Product Description-Clear Your Clutter With Feng Shui
    Clear Your Clutter and Transform Your Life!Clutter is trapped energy that has far-reaching effects physically, mentally,
emotionally, and spiritually. The simple act of clearing clutter can transform your life by releasing negative emotions, generating
 energy, and allowing you to create space in your life for the things you want to achieve. In Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui,
Karen Kingston, pioneer of a branch of Feng Shui known as Space Clearing, expertly guides you through the liberating task of
 clutter clearing. You will learn: Why you keep clutter How to identify and clear clutter in your home or workplace How to clear
                                   clutter from your body, mind, and spirit How to stay clutter-free

 Drawing on the success of her first book, Creating Sacred Space with Feng Shui, Karen Kingston has met popular demand by
expanding on the indispensable activity of clearing clutter. There is very little of actual Feng Shui here, and certainly nothing you
  can't get elsewhere, but the clutter problem gets full and complete treatment. Kingston reminds us that clutter is stuck energy
that keeps you stuck in undesirable life patterns. Therefore, you can "sort out your life by sorting out your junk." Kingston covers
 the reasons we keep things as well as the amazing stories of people who have cleared their clutter away. More than just junk,
   clutter is all those things that have negative symbology and that collect stagnant energy. This latter can also apply to bodily,
 emotional, and spiritual clutter, all of which Kingston describes with characteristic passion. In an age of accumulation, it's good
                                                 to see a book that frees up life again.

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Customer Reviews:
396 of 407 people found the following review helpful

Don't let clutter ruin your life !! Let Karen help you !!, May 17, 1999 By A Customer
This review is from: Clear Your Clutter With Feng Shui (Paperback) This book has changed my life!!It is a must for anyone who
has trouble keeping clutter under control!I am a reformed clutterholic!! I have been a hoarder my whole life since high school,
but after karen explained everything with so much sense and understanding, its like she broke an evil spell. I have now almost
clutter cleared my entire 4 bedroom house and I have never felt so free,happy and at peace with myself. Now instead of
dreading my house because it is so messy,I love it. I am a Law graduate, a skeptic but I tell your this book really works. Since
clutter clearing,I feel happier, my mind is clearer and my relationships have improved. Everything karen says in the book is true.
She makes you laugh and then you want to clean up your mess. You can feel like she really cares about you. Her book helped
me so much I even went to a seminar she held in London!!My husband was so shocked by the change in me he started reading
the book and even went to the seminar with me...

237 of 243 people found the following review helpful

This book finally helped us de-clutter, March 27, 2001 By Joanna Daneman (Middletown, DE USA)
         This review is from: Clear Your Clutter With Feng Shui (Paperback) I read five books last year on de-cluttering. None
of them really helped us. Turns out we collect clutter for entirely different reasons. Books that try to deal with "personality" just
didn't seem to work for us. Books that more or less said "get over it" also didn't work. But we have to pare down because we are
going to move twice in the next two years (ugh.)The secret to "Clear Your Clutter With Feng Shui" was to find why we both were
keeping some things. (There is a section with helpful questions about why you keep stuff, such as inheriting it, sentimental
feelings, habits, family habits, and even grief.) In our case, a friend from childhood and a parent had both died within two years
and this caused a desire to cling to a lot of old things. Excess clutter is thought to sap energy. It certainly saps concentration
and gathers asthma-inducing dust. Now our apartment looks better, breathes better and yes, smells fresher and thanks to this

172 of 175 people found the following review helpful

great (except for the "internal cleansing" chapter), December 18, 1999 By A Customer
This review is from: Clear Your Clutter With Feng Shui (Paperback) Being a clutterholic who keeps a lot of stuff "just in case"
and for memory's sake (like 2nd grade report cards), this book was truly motivational and much of it made sense (like keeping
stuff "just in case" means that not only are we cluttering the house for ourselves, we're also keeping things for people we haven't
even met yet!). Since reading the book, my husband and I have cleared out TONS of stuff in the house! We've had yard sales
and donated a lot to the Salvation Army and Goodwill, and the rooms that have been "decluttered" are cleaner and more restful.
Plus, with the goal of getting down to just the things we need, love, or use, we've been able to get rid of tacky stuff that we hung
onto for no good reason, and stuff that we weren't using. The great thing is that after reading the book I felt selfish for keeping all
the clutter- now I feel like I'm helping out by giving my "thin clothes" to people who could wear them...

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