Your Home is the Key to a Successful, Holistic Life
Awaken to the energetic connections between you and your home. When you make conscious changes to your living space, you can transform your life and uplift your soul.
Mind, Body, Home presents your home as an integral component for holistic living, correlating every room with its physical, mental, or emotional counterpart in you. Your home is a reflection of you, and being in tune with its energy allows you to create positive changes in your life. From foundation to roof, it holds the power to enhance your health, improve your relationships, and attract more prosperity. Open the door to the heart of your home and discover a whole new way of seeing and living within it.
Praise: “You can never learn too much about feng shui, and Tisha’s book ‘breaks it down’ cleanly and efficiently.”—Karen Rauch Carter, author of the national bestseller, Move Your Stuff, Change Your Life
“[Mind, Body, Home] is useful for anyone who wants her home to be a reflection of what’s in her heart and mind.”—Geralin Thomas, professional organizer featured on the A&E hit television show Hoarders
"This is a down-to-earth resource for anyone who has wondered how Feng Shui works and wished that they knew how to do it."—Anna Jedrziewski, Spirit Connection, New York, NY.
One healing modality that has been overlooked—and that is literally right under our nose—is our home. Our home is a reflection of ourselves, physically, mentally, and emotionally. Tisha Morris, author of Mind, Body, Home, describes four ways that we can make changes to our home—making changes to our selves and our lives in the process.
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