Lisa Law grew up on Temple Mountain with a love for the mountain and nature.  She became interested in Feng Shui, which has become a large part of her life.  Lisa has always been interested in interior design.  In designing her first house 15 years ago, she used the concepts of Feng Shui and the Bagua Map.  She did the same when they moved to their second home. 

Recently she had realized that they had been accumulating clutter and that they needed to re-establish a balance in their lives.  Using the Bagua Map, she went through the house from top to bottom cleaning out clutter and redecorating with Feng Shui as the guide.  She noticed that it helped put balance back in their lives, reduced stress and has eliminated minor bickering.  She told the group that Feng Shui believes that clean, uncluttered spaces leads to balance and tranquility.  She advised everyone to look at items ("stuff") and determine if it supports you in a positive or negative way.  If it is negative, get rid of it.  She then talked about the flow of energy in our environment and that we need to open pathways.

Lisa ended her presentation telling the club that Feng Shui is the art of placement; that you are an extension of your environment and you should "live with what you love".

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