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Art in Feng Shui Speaks

(How many women sleep here?)

(The Headless Bride)

(Place stimulating art work carefully)

(Feeling Hungry at bedtime?)

Art can have many meanings, and its significance and impact
can change with time as you change. All art conveys a message,
so be sure it is a kind and loving one.
As with anything in your home… ask these simple questions
first to ensure your home is a beautiful refuge that nourishes and serves you.

Do you love your art?

How does it make you feel?

Does everyone in the house enjoy it?

The most important thing is your own personal
connection/feeling about the art or object with which you have
embellished your home.

Examine the art pieces above:

The headless bride... not the most loving gesture.

Huge donuts above your head... does it make one feel hungry when going to bed?

A romantic picture of three unknown women. Is there more than one woman in bed with you and your husband?

The last piece (by Indigo Ray of Ashland, OR), has an activating quality so this piece would be best in an active room like an office or family room and not in a place of rest.

Have FUN and start to take notice of your art... what it signifies and where it is placed.

It can be very revealing and insightful.

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