Walk out a the front or back door, close it, and smudge around the door and door frame. Leave the bundle (safely) outside to burn itself out, and then bury it in your back yard. 9. Stay outside for a short while. Let the energies of the house reboot themselves and work. After about 5 minutes go back into the house and that is it done
Stress. It's everywhere. Which is why I'll be speaking at the @92ndstreety tomorrow night on how to stay stress free in the most stressful situations including a meditation and visualization. I know it works. Especially this week as I close on my house move work and take care of two kids as a single parent. I feel it I just don't take it in. #stressfree #meditation #hypnotherapist
“Norman Bel Geddes (1893-1958) was an industrial designer who focused on aerodynamics. His designs extended to unrealized futuristic concepts: a teardrop-shaped automobile, and an Art Deco House of Tomorrow.”By popularizing streamlining when only a few engineers were considering its functional use, he made possible the design style of the thirties.”" - Wikipedia Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Foundation. Pictures by Pete Smith.