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Definition: Bagua (bog-wa): The Bagua maps out nine areas of life that contribute to - or deplete from - wellness and joy. (Like career, health, love, creativity, etc.) Think of it as a blueprint for your home. But instead of showing you the location of a bedroom or closet, it reveals the area concerned with family, health, love, etc. In Feng Shui you adjust areas of the Bagua when you wish to encourage support of a specific intention or desire..

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  • July 17, 2008 at 9:06 pm
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    … And I had dreams about visiting the house before I even visited it! The finished, feng shui’d, “pretty” project looked almost exactly to what I saw in my dream. This house is a testament (on the largest scale possible) of how you give your all to your practice … the results are all there!

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  • July 17, 2008 at 10:19 pm
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    Bernadette and Ray! Having seen at least a part of the “real thing”, I know how hard you worked, and how much you prayed for the Guidance! The house was “project-minor” to the development of SO much else you have both accomplished since the house was first envisioned! Amazing!!!

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  • November 8, 2010 at 10:05 am
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    How interesting perspectives are! 😀 I looked at that “Pile” and thought Hmmmm!! I see a BUNCH of great ‘projects’ there! 😀 (Of course the mildewed/flea abundant stuff WOULD have to go first tho!) but the lovely woods! I see a lot of upcycled & restorative projects there!! 😀 Amazing how much one can accumulate huh?!! =:O (overall those pix ARE scary lol!)

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    • November 8, 2010 at 3:54 pm
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      We saw some of that potential too, Karla. But we let the previous owner take it all away when she expressed her wishes for it. I think she wound up renting multiple storage units! Took TWO trips with an 18′ truck! AND loaded our front curb with trash. Had to “TIP” the trash men to haul it off. (Lucky for us it was garbage day, huh?) Any thoughts we had of buried treasure were erased by the end of that day! We were “loaded up” with GRATITUDE that she wanted it all so we could get on with the business of the inside. 🙂

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      • November 8, 2010 at 4:33 pm
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        Ahhhhhhh!! I thought she was leaving it all behind…glad that fleabitten mildew stuff went tho!! Ackkkkkk! YUCK! 😛 Now you make me wonder on the condition of the house if nobody was living inside. Was it the same way? Filled w/tons of junk??

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  • November 8, 2010 at 4:50 pm
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    It WAS, Karla! Though not as bad as the garage. (Except for the attic – that was packed, too. I’ll have to get those pics on here.) The back yard had a dishwasher. Hot water heater. A shower stall. A bathtub. Tons of tin (all with holes. NOTHING usable. All destroyed by the weather.) Petting zoo signs (we kept those … they were kinda cool.) Bricks from the original fireplace. (Used those, too.) Old doors … stacks of rotted wood. As I go on, I think we sound crazy, huh? But we did it. Still have work to do on the outside but we are waiting … this side of the street started going commercial (professional office) before the housing market tanked. All this gray hair … excuse me, platinum blond … I put on this house! 🙂

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  • November 8, 2010 at 6:15 pm
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    Bowing to your courage in stepping out of fear and listening to your guides. Sounds like you and Ray and “Simple Grace” were meant to be together. And I’ll bet you and Ray were in Simple Grace’s visions as well. (BTW – I’m rather partial to “Grace”…it was my grandmother’s name and is my middle name as well.)

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    • November 14, 2010 at 1:34 am
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      Don’t know about the courage part, Sharron. More like denial … or heavily tinted rose-colored glasses!

      And “Grace” is beautiful … as a name and state of being!

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  • November 9, 2010 at 1:16 am
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    You have no idea how much I have resonated with this story. In my work with The City of Warren, I dealt with property owners, hoarders, Property maintenance issues and landlord/tenant problems. Abandoned homes, foreclosures, and some that would make your before picture look like the Taj Mahal. I understand fully the dedication, work and…luck that goes into such a project. What a journey….

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    • November 14, 2010 at 1:36 am
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      Bet YOU have stories to tell, J.m.! Had you seen this place before us you might have knocked some sense into us, eh? 🙂

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