"Taking It To The Chin"
Hope you can help! I
*love* your work! For the past two months, I've been
diligently re-arranging office, living, and sleeping
spaces according to your advice. I was wondering if you
had a cure for the following situation: I rent an
apartment, so I'm not allowed to relocate my mirrored
medicine chest. Unfortunately, it is mounted on the wall
in such a way that the reflection cuts off my chin. What
do you suggest to correct this problem? I would really
appreciate your help.
Thanks in advance,
Ah the problems of
renters. In the book I am working on now, I will be
giving a lot of advice to those who canít relocate or
change because of restrictions of a rental property.
As you know it is not
self-empowering to have oneís image distorted or cut
off in a mirror. Subconsciously, the reflectionsí
message is that you are not whole, not complete, thus
not OK. So letís fix it. Hereís a suggestion.
Who needs to see
themselves brushing their teeth each morning. How about
mounting a scene, which is both tranquil and aesthetic
to you over the mirrored surface. Yes, cover it. It is
best if it were to have a depth view so that it doesnít
appear flat or without perspective. Certainly we need
mirrors for grooming. Purchase one with an arm and
appropriately mount it so that it can provide an your
reflection when you needed.
What is so wonderful
about pyramid feng shui is that itís cures are easy to
implement and reasonable to understand. Thanks for
asking this question. And have you seen my newest book,
"Feng Shui Goes to The Office"?
Nancilee Wydra is the
most published American author on feng shui. Her last
two books are "Feng Shui Goes to the Office"
March 2000 and "Feng Shui for Children's
Spaces," November 2000. She teaches nationwide
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and has a free Website
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