Kingston Helps Clear Cluttered Homes

June 21, 2012

Feng shui consultant Karen Kingston has spent many years helping her clients to clear out the clutter in their homes (and in their lives) in order to create a living space that is beautiful and harmonious. But there’s more to the process than simply tossing everything in the trash. With the release of her audio book, “Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui” (a revised edition of the book that has sold over a million copies since its 1998 release), Kingston aims to help countless clutter-bugs make a change for the better in their own homes, and de-clutter their lives along the way. So if you find yourself stressing over the laundry that seems to pile higher every day, the stacks of mail that you just never get around to opening, or the random junk that somehow manages to find its way into every nook and cranny, perhaps it’s time to take a listen and let Karen Kingston give you the strategies and information you need to clear the clutter in your home.

The audio book starts by teaching the audience what feng shui is (“the art of balancing and harmonizing the flow of natural energies in our surroundings”) and how Kingston approaches her trade. Some listeners may be put off by her methods (she claims that she can detect energy with all of her senses and that she begins consultations by taking “energy readings” of an interior space with her hands), but if you can go in with an open mind you may be surprised by just how much this audio book can help you to begin the process of turning your cluttered house into more than just a place to lay your head.

Kingston, it turns out, has more to impart than the airy nonsense that many people associate with eastern art forms like feng shui (westerners aren’t well known for being terribly in touch with the spiritual side of things – or at least they don’t rely on the unseen to help them navigate their daily lives). So feng shui can certainly be a hard sell. Luckily, Kingston has plenty of concrete suggestions to offer based on her pioneering efforts in the arena of space clearing feng shui, which focuses on “clearing and revitalizing” indoor spaces.

In addition to chapters that center on how to attack clutter and grime in your home in order to create a space free of obstacles, she talks about the root of the problem (why people allow clutter to build in their homes in the first place), the ways that clutter in your physical space affects you mentally and emotionally, and how clearing out the excess in keeping with feng shui principles can not only improve the look of your home, but also make you happier and lay the foundations for success. In this updated version of her publication, she also tackles an issue that is relevant to many modern adults: time clutter.

While this audio book may not necessarily tell you what color to paint your walls for wealth or where to place indoor fountains for the best flow of energy, it will help you to attack the clutter that is swallowing your home with targeted strategies and proven clutter-clearing tips that you can implement immediately. It will also set you on the path to ongoing harmony within your household and your life, something that most of us could definitely use a little help with.

{ 0 comments… add one now }

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: