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Aloha Sakke,

At your desk it's important to face one of your best directions, then a view of the entry, then being out of the entry flow.

A high-backed chair can give some support that you don't get from the window behind you.

If you received the Diamond edition of the course, you can fax/email in your layout and set up a 20-minute couaching voucher call with Wendy here at Learning Strategies.

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Aloha Sakke,

Dried flowers are dead, and aren't recommended. Potpourri is alright until the scent has left the petals.

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Aloha Sakke,

You could angle that direction, but Just make sure your activations are in place.

Is the front door (apartment door) facing a good direction for you?


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Aloha Sakke,

Dried leaves are dead plants.

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Aloha Sakke,

Are you facing one of your good directions?

Sometimes you can place a something that "buffers" the flow before it gets to your desk. It would depend on the size of the room and the layout. Sounds like a good thing for a 20-minute coaching voucher.

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Aloha Sakke,

You'll take the direction of your suite door. When you get to the Time Feng Shui in Level Three, it would be interesting to know where your suite is located within the star chart for your building as a whole.


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You could angle that direction, but Just make sure your activations are in place.
Is the front door (apartment door) facing a good direction for you?
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Hi!

The thing is that both my bed and front door don't face good directions for me but they do for my fiancee. So I'm trying to cope with sleeping in an angle and putting activations in place.

One of the first things I am probably putting on my new activation cards as a goal is to find a new place to live, since we we're getting started on finding new place anyway.

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I thought it would be a good thing to sum up the situation now, for future reference and to clarify for myself, what are my current priorities

Well, what's up at the moment is the following:
- still finding more things to throw out 6 give away
- Hid paper bins under tables or in closets
- Removed all dead things from my living room
- Found a study buddy
- Still learning to shut bathroom door

What I really want to do is
- Redo my activation cards from last year (when I listened the Essentials at a friends house) now that I have cleared the space (and have the full Dimond level program)
- ... and do the activations as well
- Have my book of transformations in place
- Get my office fixed (clean up, directions, chair and so on - the "First Five Steps" stuff)
- Find or draw a layout plan of my home & office to go through the coaching

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I think its ok if you see the incoming flow from your desk. The problem is if you cannot see it.

Im new too! Good luck!

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We have a closet without doors at the entrance for shoes and jackets. Is it a good idea to hang a curtain in front ... or does it have to be real doors?

- Sakke

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