This weekend I had a chance to catch up on some of my reading. I love reading books and recently I was given a copy of Mind Body Home by Tisha Morris, to review. Tisha Morris is a Feng Shui consultant, interior designer, a certified life coach and yoga instructor. In this book, Tisha explains what Feng Shui is, and comprehensively discusses the art and how it relates to our home and our life.
Feng Shui lierally means “wind” and “water” in Chinese. The art and study of Feng Shui has been around for thousands of years and while I was somewhat familar with its background, Tisha Morris does a fantastic job of covering the history, principles, and effect that positive and negative chi (energy) can have on a home and your personal being.
Things such as the placement of furniture and objects as well as the number of furniture pieces you have in a room, all affects the flow of energy. I can certainly relate to that. I have been in many homes where one can feel almost suffocated by the clutter. I know some people who never use some of their furniture, because there is so much stuff taking over that pieces that act as a long term holding bin instead of its original intended purpose.
Tisha explains how all these things interact with energy flow. She discusses many facets of Feng Shui including:
- how to map your room based on Feng Shui principles
- how negative energy can affect us
- solutions to remedy negative energy
- why we hang on to things that result in clutter
She also discusses how the flow of your home relates to your success in your personal, professional and financial life. The book gave me some great ideas on some changes I want to make in my home, including replacing my current stove top, and redesigning my front entry.
Mind Body Home educates us on the energetic connection made between you and your home. It offers an easy down to earth way of creating a holistic home that transforms us into a new way of healthy and positive living. Whether making a life change or simply starting over, it will improve the stability of one’s health, relationships, and promotes positive growth and prosperity. Tisha uses Feng Shui methods to connect every aspect of the home, from the foundation to the roof, to the physical and mental state of the mind and body.
Mind Body Home is available for purchase on www.amazon.com. But one of my lucky readers will win a copy, provided by the publisher. To enter for a chance to win, use the Rafflecopter below.
For more information on Tisha Morris and Mind Body Home, please visit www.TishaMorris.com. All opinions are my own. To enter to win a copy, leave a comment with the name of the last good book you read. This giveaway is open to US Residents only, 18 and over. Good Luck!