With so many of us at home during this time of pandemic, it is almost inevitable that, at some point, we will want to clean or re-organize our space. Plus, spring is the perfect time to do so, with windows being thrown open and cobwebs cleared out.

As long as cleaning and re-organizing are at the top of our to-do lists, why not use the art of feng shui to help us bring peace, abundance, health, and more into our homes! Below are some books to help you get started.

Clutter Intervention Clutter Intervention, by Tisha Morris

What’s your clutter actually covering up? Once you’re aware of the real issue, letting go is simple and de-cluttering can happen immediately. Using step-by-step instructions and easy-to-understand explanations, Tisha Morris shows you how to move into a new phase of life by ridding yourself of all that’s holding you back. Everything in your home is an extension of your identity, and when you keep old stuff for too long, you get stuck in the past.

Decorating with the Five Elements of Feng Shui Decorating with the Five Elements of Feng Shui, by Tisha Morris

The five elements—Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water—are the threads of energy that connect all living beings with nature. Learn how each element is expressed not only in nature, but also through you and your home. Start with a quiz to understand your elemental makeup. Then follow the three-step formula to incorporate feng shui into your life. With a room-to-room guide for using the five elements, instructions for healing spaces both inside and outside, and much more, Decorating With the Five Elements of Feng Shui will help you find harmony in your body, your home, and the world.

Clearing Clutter Clutter Intervention, by Alexandra Chauran

Discover how to clear clutter in every aspect of your life: physical, mental, and spiritual. Remove junk from your living space with feng shui techniques. Rid yourself of mental clutter and restore balance with meditation exercises. Organize spiritual untidiness and find deeper meaning with tips and guidance from psychic professional Alexandra Chauran.

Magical Housekeeping Magical Housekeeping, by Tess Whitehurst

Let your home nourish your soul and uplift your spirits. Swirl magical botanicals into your cleaning supplies, call fairies into your garden, ask a spider for advice. Clear clutter for clarity, perform the oatmeal cookie ritual for abundance, or make a sweet dreams charm for a good night’s sleep. In this delightful book, Tess Whitehurst reveals how your home can be a powerful catalyst for personal transformation and manifestation. She offers a variety of simple, whimsical ways to create a harmonious home while enhancing your own happiness, intuition, and magical power.

Classical Feng Shui for Health, Beauty, and Longevity Classical Feng Shui for Health, Beauty, & Longevity, by Master Denise Liotta Dennis

Improve your wellness, extend your longevity, and secure a healthy environment with the ancient power and wisdom of Classical Feng Shui. This comprehensive guide reveals ancient and modern techniques for lasting health and beauty that both beginners and advanced students can use.

Classical Feng Shui for Wealth & Abundance Classical Feng Shui for Wealth & Abundance, by Master Denise Liotta Dennis

Unlock the full wealth potential of your home or office using the potent formulas and wisdom of Classical Feng Shui. Written by a Feng Shui master, Classical Feng Shui for Wealth & Abundance reveals authentic techniques for success with money, business, and career.

Classical Feng Shui for Romance, Sex, and Relationships Classical Feng Shui for Romance, Sex, and Relationships, by Master Denise Liotta Dennis

Harness the ancient power and wisdom of Classical Feng Shui to enhance all of your relationships, from romantic pursuits to day-to-day interactions with friends, family, and coworkers. Explore real-life stories of men and women’s struggles with love and relationships and how Feng Shui enabled them to overcome their obstacles.

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