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10 reviews for – Clear Your Clutter With Feng Shui – Kingston, Karen – Livres

  1. Heidi Becket-Clinton

    Although this is a supporting book to her main Feng Shui book. I found this one to be BETTER. A small book, not very long! it was THE most motivating and inspiring book to read. It’s definitely about clearing the clutter – that in ‘house and home’ – it can help clear clutter in the mind and spirit as well. it’s ‘subtly motivating’ without you realising it! All thoughts to consider, ideas to implement. I’ve read it a few times now (prefer it to the primary of her book!) Lovely find and highly recommend. Even if you’re not into Feng Shui – I believe this book will help you upon many levels – to ‘clear the clutter’ – in mind, heart, spirit – home and in life. Thank you for writing it Karen!!!

  2. Ms. Kim Herbert

    I have the original book and wanted a new one as I’ve read and re-read so often! Its the best book ever on decluttering and sooooo inspirational. The author does not skim across subjects but delves right in and you understand why you do things and how to fix them. Even if you only have a few extra items in the house, this book is a fantastic read. It really does motivate you and you really do have a much better life when you have followed Karen Kingston’s instructions. I have done this for years, always have a charity bag on the go and refreshed my home and every time it feels really great. She has the answers and the understanding.

  3. truthful.light

    jai lu ce livre dans deux jours! tres interessant et motivant… le recommende fortement et souhaite que les gens puisse entirer autant que moi

  4. Clogs

    This is an inspirational guide that I come back to again and again. Very accessible, broken into neat chapters and sections, it’s easy to take in bite sized chunks. I have a paperback copy (well worn!), Kindle book download and the excellent Audible presentation read by the author. Even if you are not ‘into’ Feng Shui and have no intention of playing with Baguas, I would recommend reading this book for its common sense approach to decluttering.I’m a huge hoarder – I’ve worked out why – and it is taking me a long struggle to let go of all my clutter: this book is the prime reason why I’m trying to change my habits. One day, I shall live with no more than 100 possessions, providing one of these is Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui!

  5. Nan

    Whether or not one believes in Feng Shui this book really does help you to get going and sort out your clutter. I bought the print version a few years ago and now find the E version extremely helpful too. Most people say they just cannot get started though they are surrounded by clutter and don’t know where to begin. Karen talks you through this as to why you collect it and I then found it easy to start having realised just why I had it in the first place. Cannot explain just why several odd things like the bagua affects your clutter but it just does. It is true though that once one starts it escalates and strangely enough others start saying they have been doing it as well. I am not sure about the space clearing and wall touching bits so would not do that but am just happy that her book has helped me get going.

  6. AMF

    Definately 5 stars, this book motivated me into clearing my clutter. I didn’t realise how much of it I had, most of it was good stuff that I just didn’t want, need or use any more, so I donated it to my local charity shop. I don’t know how this book has worked, but it has, and now I’m re- reading it again, just in case I’ve missed anything. I would recommend this book to everyone, even those who believe they are clutter free

  7. D. Christine

    Déjà, le plaisir de lire dans le texte, en anglais. Dans un court livre, toutes les notions concernant le désordre :pourquoi et comment il s’accumule ; pourquoi et comment y remédier, sont abordées avec tous les détails et explications nécessaires. La photo de l’auteur au dos est revigorante également. Pleins d’idées en tout genre à mettre en pratique.

  8. Rosie

    I bought this book in 2007. It inspired me immediately and I bought several copies for friends and family. After visiting my cousin in Oct 2007 I sent her a copy too. She phoned me to thank me and said that she had only got to page 20 and was up, around and clearing.Since that time I have also bought ‘Sink Relfections’ by Marla Cilly and by combining ideas from both of these I am making head way in my fight against My Clutter. I went off the boil a little while ago, but then picked up the books and off I was again.Recently I was inspired to get rid of my old record collection, which I have been itending to copy to CD. However, the collection was over 200 strong and in my heart of hearts, I knew I would never get through all those, even if I did have a player to put them on. I sold some gave the rest to charity shops. It feels great. I realise now that there are many things in my life that are performing no useful function towards the life I intend for myself. My clutter has been preventing me from enjoying my life, so out it goes!If at first you are not enamoured with this book, then please put it to one side and have a think about your clutter and how much time you spend on it, compared to how much time you really enjoy your life, then get the book out again and rethink.Happy Clearing

  9. The Dragonfly

    Another brilliant book by Karen Kingston. I read her Space Clearing book about twenty years ago, this smaller, accessible book provided the necessary kick start to a much needed spring clean for me. It’s now passed on to another pair of hands who has transformed their space as a result!. I might have to get another!

  10. P.

    Having read a number of books on this subject, my opinion is that this one beats the lot. If you don’t start clearing your space having read the first 19 chapters of this book you would probably be unusual. Don’t be put off buying the book if you find things like Feng Shui a bit too esoteric. There’s not much in here that you cant prove for yourself once you start decluttering. The claims of how clutter can affect your mental and physical health are impressive and stand up to testing.

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