7 Feng Shui Ideas To Make Life More Flexible And Fascinating!

7 Feng Shui Ways To Inspire An More Flexible, Fascinating Life

We are kicking off the inspirational round-up this week with a lots of ways to feel more flexible and creative.  When you have both creativity flowing and you feel you can stretch and bend and adapt…and…what could possibly stand in your way?

That said, today’s first mention in the realm of creativity and stretching is Energy Muse. Their jewels made of gemstones are nothing short of divinity, and their crystals in general are stupendous. If you want to reward yourself this weekend with some bling that makes a difference, THIS is where to shop!

crystal grid

And… to take it to the next creative level… go and make yourself a crystal grid! Energy Muse sells a kit prosperity grid designed for this blog so I’m obviously more than honored to share it… but there are many grids… even ones you make for fun all on your own and with your intuition.

Now… some more art-making and stretching for your body, mind and whole life from dana D, a brilliant curator of culture and wellness!

I hope you’ve been having a fantastic week. Have you been expanding your mind?

Flexibility is so vital to creativity.  Carpal Tunnel, tendonitis… counteract it, prevent it, stretch it with some yoga for wrists and hands!

Blooms: Strobe-Animated Sculptures from Pier 9 on Vimeo.

I discovered animated Fibonacci sculptures this week! Tremendous! They animate when spun under a strobe light.

Izziyana Suhaimi

(Izziyana Suhaimi)

This is the kind of art I would like to make, combining muted drawings or painting with colors of bright floss.

Life is just full of art inspiration this week. These are designs made entirely of wafer thin paper. 

supermoon

(supermoon)

We have a full lunar eclipse coming up and it sure to bring with it all sorts of astrological dynamics. It will occur on September 27th at 10:48 EDT and it’s the last full lunar eclipse until 2018! (It’s also a SUPERMOON!)

All the best,
Dana

 

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Dana D. is a perpetually curious professional life student, domestic engineer, and astronautical engineer by degree. She loves to explore new neighborhoods, museums, meet people, and pet strange dogs. She believes that all miracles are huge and that you never know what the day will bring – so be positive, happy, and grateful.

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