4 Ways To Have Greater Expectations & Live Your Dreams!

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We get a whole lot of what we expect. That’s been proven scientifically.

That is sobering when you think of all the “bad expectations” you’ve been carting around through life.

Fear, anger, confusion, frustration… none of these are helpful emotions most of the time. They are especially unhelpful when they lead you to “not get your homes up.”

GET YOUR HOPES UP!  If you don’t believe in your life, how will anyone else?!

If you want to get better from your life, start by expecting better.

This isn’t always easy. 

Bad habits get fixed over time and your world starts to reinforce these beliefs life a giant mirror.

Luckily there’s a whole lot of feng shui that can help you create more space for great expectations… and awesome things you’ve always wanted!



xoxo Dana

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Lynn Pool July 8, 2014 at 12:14 pm

Dear Dana, Just what I needed to hear today.

Thomas Lynn Pool July 8, 2014 at 1:46 pm

Doubting Thomas here thanking you again!

danaclaudat July 8, 2014 at 2:23 pm

oh so nice to hear from you Thomas!!! Its been a while 🙂 xoxo

Courtney July 9, 2014 at 10:49 am

Hi Dana! Your blog really speaks to me! So many ideas, so much fun! I do have a questions as I’m in the process of rearranging my life for the better and am having a conundrum about where to put certain things to achieve my best. My question is about bed placement. When you walk into my bedroom, you first enter into a powder room, which then goes to the left that contains my washer dryer as well. If you go to the right, you enter my actual bedroom. There is a door attached to the powder room, but just an open doorway leading to my bedroom. Ideally, I want to put my bed against the family sector (the doorway is in the Helpful People/Career sector) because I would have room for 2 night tables and the room would be balanced, plus id be able to see both the doorway and window from this position. The problem is, the last few inches of the bed are past the open doorway. Would this be considered “coffin position” even though its not the main entrance to bedroom and my feet are facing the opposing children/creativity sector? Also, my bedrooms relationship sector is missing and its also where the only window in the room is. Only half the wall indents about 7 inches or so. So there is a poison arrow from this which would hit my bed in the family sector. If I put my bed in the wealth sector it would be pushed towards the corner wall to avoid being in line with doorway and the wall indentation. My question is, am I better off with the family sector where my feet would stick out a few inches to be in line with the doorway (but not opposite it) and put a screen up or does it not matter because its the 2nd doorway into the bedroom? Or is it better to place bed in wealth sector, but would be more in the corner and can’t see window but can see doorway? What remedy would you suggest for the bed placement and the missing relationship corner? Also I have octogonal wood nightstand tables. Would these be considered “poison arrows”? If so, should I put them in another room or would they be just as bad anywhere? I apologize for being so verbose, but its hard to explain visual set ups sometimes and trying to give as much detail as I can, plus I have a lot of questions as I’m also learning feng shui and love it! Best Wishes! 🙂

danaclaudat July 9, 2014 at 4:37 pm

I wouldnt worry about a few inches of bed overlapping the door! And yes, I would pay more attention to how potential “poison arrors” make you feel rather than how they look. Its hard for me to tell you the exact best space for the bed (I don’t give crappy advice, and it would be crappy advice without seeing the whole space and talking with you!) That said, my e-fengshui guide might help you- its like walking throug ha consult with me, and it should answer a lot of your questions: http://www.fengshuidana.com/feng-shui-101-how-to-transform-the-place-where-you-live-into-a-home-that-you-love/

And as for confusion, follow your instincts first, far more than anything you read! 🙂 xoxo Dana

Courtney July 9, 2014 at 11:29 pm

Thank you! 🙂

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