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#1 of 4 Old 11-16-2005, 04:07 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Have any of you read "Clear Your Clutter With Feng Shui" by Karen Kingston?

I'd like to know - what are the salient points? Is this a book to get from the library, or is it worth buying?

Thanks, mamas!

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I love this book!
I first borrowed it from the library, then bought it
then I bought her original book, as clear your clutter is actually a book from a chapter in....Creating Sacred Space with FS
and I even bought a recommended book about bowel management
(gut clutter )

anyhoo, she was my first intro into FS, which I do not practice(yet, lol), but I got a lot from it.......my desk is still full of clutter, but little by little I am getting there So far, the letting go of physical objects is especially difficult for me most of the time, but like I said I am getting there!

it was an easy and interesting read, easy to follow, easy to understand.
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How different is this book from her Creating Sacred Space book? Is it worth it to buy both?
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Well I own both, and really enjoyed both and really felt the need to own both. I have semi-purged and flybabied, lol, but I am still living in clutter, things are much much better tho!

Creating Sacred Places is about your whole home and being and way of life. It explains feng shui and how we are connected to everything

Clear your Clutter is just about that. house clutter, body clutter, email clutter, emotional clutter, she gives tools and tips to reduse or stop incoming clutter, so once you declutter, you don't go back to getting cluttered all over again.

I got the most from clear your clutter, maybe take out creating sacred places from the library, then decide to own it. I've only just started NOT buying books and borrowing them, then deciding if I want to own them. Even if you do own them, you can laways pass them on in a year or two ;-)

I think I'm going to join the time to purge your house list above, lol, I need to!
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