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Welcome to the October issue of my e-newsletter!

In this issue:
  • Teaching
  • Welcome Chi
  • Fall
  • Your Feng Shui tip
  • Your recycle tip
  • Musings
The above photograph was taken a few years ago by my daughter, when I needed a photo for my website, it's the image that welcomes people to my website, and now welcoming you to my newsletter.
Teaching Feng Shui!

It is joyful to be teaching again. What's even more wonderful is to have students who took other courses coming back to learn something new. I enjoy teaching Feng Shui, it's great to pass knowledge on and to equip people with problem solving skills of their own. It's great to see familiar faces again, thank you, to those who choose to take my classes. 


It's important to have a welcoming entrance to your home. Not only to invite your family and friends, but to also bring the universal Chi into your home. It is this energy that sustains us all. The energy entering through your front door, wafts through your entire house giving you clarity of thought. The more clutter you have in your home, the harder it is for you to concentrate. If the entrance to your home is in disarray, then, the Chi does not even have a chance to enter your home! So, get busy sweeping the entryway to your home and place some Chi enhancing, welcoming flowers by your front door and reap the benefits of this free energy! I sweep my front entryway at least once a week.

The changing of color!

I love every season, fall is especially wonderful for the crunching sound of walking on fallen leaves. The leaves' orange, red, yellow hues on the trees are unbelievable, against the backdrop of the multitude of evergreens here in Oregon. Today, it's raining, though, yesterday was a clear blue sky day with a hint of crisp air. The wind is nominal here, and I enjoyed walking through leaves, basking in the sunshine and daydreaming about creative projects on my list. Number one on my list, to finish a postage stamp quilt I had started for my son many years ago. It's the perfect project for days when outdoor activities are hindered. I know he is happy to hear this project will soon be completed!

Recycled Art!

Meet Nnenna Okore, she was born in Australia, (1975) and raised in Nigeria, she has emerged as one of the most formidable and prolific artists of her generation. Her largely abstract works are inspired by textures, colors and landscapes from her immediate physical environment. Finding reusable value in discarded and urban materials, she focuses on the concepts of recycling, transforming and regenerating forms from ecological and manmade environments. She is a Professor of Art at Chicago's North Park University, where she teaches Sculpture. She received the prestigious Fulbright Scholar Award in 2012. We all need to find creative ways to recycle.


Being present in the moment is an important way to lead one's life. So often we get so far ahead of ourselves consumed with our "to do" list that we lose the focus to focus. Daily, I take a few moments of deliberate silence to quiet my mind and focus on just breathing in and out. I find this helps me to stay centered. This e-newsletter's theme has been how to welcome energy or, people into your life, another way to greet your loved ones is through preparing food for them. It's a great way to nurture, nourish yourself, family and friends, as the Holiday season is approaching, we know we will be spending a lot more time in the kitchen. Our holiday "Diwali" is coming and this year it will be on Nov. 11, I have already decided what I am going to prepare for our family dinner. Times like this, I am extremely grateful for my good health and titanium knees! Please drop me a line and let me know what you have been up to, until next time.

Time to clean out the fireplace!
Sunita Sitara    
Feng Shui Consultant    
503.941.9805 (Hm)
405.514.8913 (Cell)
Here is your Feng Shui tip! Continuing our theme for this newsletter, here's how you can welcome Chi into your home!
This is the artwork of our featured artist Nnenna Okore, she repurposes discarded materials into art pieces. Enjoy!
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