As an alumna of the Western School of Feng Shui, I receive the latest news about what is happening with the school and other graduates. I was so excited to see what sisters, Laura Forbes Carlin and Alison Forbes have created with their website Inspired Everyday Living. They have written books and e-guides all based on the teachings of Feng Shui. However it is the videos they are creating that really caught my attention. I am including the video that they produced on a single woman looking for love and how they used their Feng Shui interpretation to shift the energyin her home. I was telling my girlfriend about their video and said the only thing I could have added to the success story was a Love affirmation necklace.
I truly hope that these two women continue on with their film platform of showing how you can use your home as a vehicle for transformation. Their story telling ability is a ten out of ten on film and the camera really does show the passion of their inner voice. I am a huge fan – what a special gift to educate on film something that comes across in such an uplifting and encouraging manner.
Laura received a Master’s degree in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica, and got her Bachelor of Science in Communications from Northwestern University. She also graduated from the Western School of Feng Shui.
Alison has a Masters Degree in Education from Harvard University, and a Bachelor of Arts from Tulane University. Alison is also a certified Graceful Lifestyles Interior Re-Designer, a Denise Linn Soul Coach, and a graduate from the Western School of Feng Shui.
Their way of living is based on the following beliefs as written on their website-Inspired Everyday Living:
-Our physical, emotional mental and spiritual well-being is connected to the health and well-being of our home.
-You can improve your love life, finances, career and other parts of your life, by changing your home.
-By bringing awareness and intention to everyday tasks there is potential for inspiration in each and every moment.
-Our homes are a reflection of our consciousness.
-Our homes are the foundation upon which we live our lives; therefore we can change our lives by changing our homes.
-We feel most at home and at peace when both our inner and outer worlds are aligned.
-The intention and energy that we bring to the process is as, or more, important than the result.
-More and more people are searching for deeper meanings and connections, in their careers, with their friends and family, and within their home. As a result, the traditional notions of a homemaker are being reshaped and redefined as people create and discover their own path to establishing the home and lifestyle of their dreams.
-Decorating with nontoxic, sustainable materials supports our health and the health of the planet. In many ways, our homes are extensions of our bodies and what we put in our homes is as important as what we put in our mouths.
-Home is as much a state-of-being as it is a place.
-Change begins at home!
Enjoy the video, meet the Forbes sisters at play.
Have a beautiful day,
Photo: ‘reflection’ PKM