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33 on August 12, 2014

Welcome to the International Feng Shui School Alumni Forum!

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0 on August 20, 2014

Hello 🙂

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0 on August 20, 2014

Thank you Amanda….xox

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1 on August 22, 2014

Hello – thank you for setting this up Amanda! This is wonderful 🙂

I have a question regarding how much water I will need to use for a 1700 sq ft home that is currently in all three of the following:
1. An Annual Lock
2. A 20-yr Lock
3. A reverse
I was thinking 85 gallons. Please let me know if you need further information to confirm.
Thank you,
Lara

on August 22, 2014

That is perfect and of course placing it out the sitting for the reverse and then that will take care of both the locks

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1 on August 23, 2014

Great way to share!

on August 23, 2014

Welcome love

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4 on August 26, 2014

Hello everyone:

I have a question regarding an angular or a slanted ceiling in a bedroom.
other than application of draping some fabric over the ceiling area, is there other remedy?
Thank you.
Farrah

on August 26, 2014

If the bed is not directly under the slanted side then its fune. If its possible move the bed from under slant. xox

on August 30, 2014

Whoohoo 🙂
Thank you!
On a reverse house, Facing is NE and Sitting is SW and it’s by the ocean.
North area reads:
7      4
        9
To enhance the 4 would it be appropriate to add water so it could also deplete the metal # 7?
Thanks!
Farrah

on August 30, 2014

Yes perfect love water

on September 2, 2014

Thank you 🙂

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1 on August 26, 2014

Working with a young woman for my Feng Shui assignments. She has a very successful equine therapy business situated behind her house. A car sitting at the business entrance ran back into the Spiritual/knowledge side of her house NE. She is getting married next year, she thinks they should move out of the house for few weeks while builders do repair. Any remedies or thoughts on this, thanks in advance.

on August 26, 2014

I think its a great idea to move out while construction is going on. I would add a gazing ball or windchimes to make sure the house does not get hit again. 

If she does not move out you add a big metal wind chime and metal on the inside of the house where the construction is going on

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1 on September 3, 2014

Thanks Amanda! 🙂

on September 3, 2014

Thank you for your presence love

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1 on September 11, 2014

This is a great forum, Amanda — I find it much better/easier (for me) than the FB forum.  Thank you for setting this up, and for being available to all of your students to answer ongoing questions and for clarifying.  You are so fabulous and lovely! Much gratitude. <3

on September 11, 2014

So happy you are enjoying it and thank you for your kind words
Lots of love
Amanda

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1 on September 21, 2014

I second what Marie says! Thanks so much, couldn’t do it without ya! Much love! Cheers!

on September 21, 2014

Love you

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1 on September 22, 2014

Thank you Amanda this is a fantastic idea, you are such an amazing to support to us all, and everything is so professional, which gives us so much confidence and support, love love love it & you xxx

on September 22, 2014

Thank you dearest Elke 
Much love
Amanda

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