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Winter Solstice


The Winter Solstice brings us the longest night and as such, a time for contemplation, meditation and going within. It is also a time of celebration as the sun is being “reborn” with the light increasing a little more each day. The duality of internal, quiet reflection and joyous, communal celebration is yin and yang at its best.


Feng Shui Tips for the Winter Solstice:

  • Reflect – A full-length mirror, ideally positioned near the entrance of a room, allows a moment’s reflection. Take time to lovingly assess yourself and acknowledge where you are and where you wish to go before crossing the threshold.
  • Snuggle – Keep a few extra throw blankets around and use table cloths to cover hard surfaces to generate a feeling of warmth throughout the home. Winter is an ideal time to break normal hectic routines and spend time wrapped up in coziness, especially by the fire.
  • Light – Coming home to a dark house can be disquieting, but if you have a few lamps on timers you get to enter to a warm glow. And there’s no better time of year to light a candle or two. It quiets the mind and celebrates the end of the darkness and beginning of light that is the Winter Solstice.
  • Flow – A water fountain is the must have item for the season! Not only does does it create a soothing feeling and encourage the release of stress, it inspires the flow of ideas, ignites abundance, and on a practically level, adds moisture during the dry winter months to improve your health.
  •  Rest – Long dark winter nights give us the opportunity to relax and restore. Spoil yourself with new, soft bed linens and give yourself permission to go to bed early.

Wishing everyone a peaceful and joyous holiday season and most amazing New Year!

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“Impeccable attention to detail!” – Slava A

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Slava A:

If you want to meet the most zen person, this is it! Salvatore has a light and bright energy, which helps  you move your house upside down if it necessary!  He was right on time and wowed us with impeccable attention to the details! His interpretation of our house interior was precise and direct! He answered all our questions and  made us feel there is no stupid or small questions. We trust his opinion and already made some changes… All of it now make sense, and we are very happy with what we created together! Thank you Salvatore!

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The Year of the Sheep

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