Feng Shui This | Halloween Spooks

Clown Car?

Yes, there’s a clown on that hood.

It won’t be long now until it’s Halloween, and in the middle of the scary, silly season of Halloween, we have idiots running around threatening people while dressed as clowns.  Folks, this is going to get someone hurt. Threatening people can be dangerous.

In my consulting business, I am often met with people who have had truly frightening encounters with real spooks, ghosts, spirits, and other unwelcome visitors.  And, I’ve discovered that people who are frightened can be extremely dangerous.  I’ve known folks to throw guns, knives, plates, rocks, books and even a cat, when they felt threatened.  (why he didn’t shoot that gun we’ll never know)

It shouldn’t come to this, though.  What you need is a bit of help in Spook Removal.  Yes…like Ghost Busters, but without the backpacks.

Unless you moved into a haunted house, or built your home on a graveyard, you probably brought them in yourself, right through the front door.  Some cause no problems and are just biding time before they pass over.  Some are sticking around because they’re troublemakers and don’t want to go to the other side because they know damn well they’ll have to face those they hurt.   Others may be confused and upset with being here and don’t know how to leave.

I’m thankful for Raymon Grace for teaching me how to send the spirits on their way.  But now I’m going to give you a few tips on how to keep from attracting them in the first place.  When did your unwanted guests start showing up?  Think back to before their entrance and try to remember if you changed anything in the house.  Did you bring in anything new?

Do you have windchimes?  Some places only need a set of windchimes to bring in the spirits.  Take them down for a month or so and see if that’s what’s been bringing them in.  Moving them to another sector may work as well.

Do you live near water?  Fogs and dampness seem to thin the veil between worlds.  If this is your problem, maybe you should call in help to clear out the troublemakers.  The water isn’t leaving, but you can “put up a sign” for the spirits to stay on their own side of the bed.

Did you recently buy an antique or something owned by someone who died?  Energy is impressed upon matter. Sometimes spirits will attach to an item and in their own way call it “home base”.   Getting rid of the item in question should solve this problem.

If all else fails…call me.  Don’t throw the cat!  I’ll be glad to see what I can do.

Feng Shui This | Who Will Help Me Grind the Wheat?

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Once upon a time, there was a little red hen who lived on a farm . Her family included a lazy dog , a sleepy cat, a silly yellow duck and a slithery snake.
One day the little red hen  found some wheat seeds  on the ground.

The little red hen had an idea. She would plant the seeds .

The little red hen  asked her family, “Who will help me plant the seeds ?”

“Not I,” barked the lazy dog .
“Not I,” purred the sleepy cat .
“Not I,” quacked the silly yellow duck .

“Screw you.” said the slithery snake.

“Then I will,” said the little red hen . So the little red hen  planted the seeds all by herself.

When the seeds  had grown, the little red hen asked her family, “Who will help me cut the wheat ?”

“Not I,” barked the lazy dog .
“Not I,” purred the sleepy cat .
“Not I,” quacked the silly yellow duck .

“Screw you.” said the slithery snake.

“Then I will,” said the little red hen . So the little red hen cut the wheat  all by herself.

When all the wheat  was cut, the little red hen asked her family, “Who will help me take the wheat  to the mill  to be ground into flour ?”

“Not I,” said the lazy dog .
“Not I,” purred the sleepy cat .
“Not I,” quacked the silly yellow duck .

“Screw you.” said the slithery snake.

“Then I will,” said the little red hen . So the little red hen  brought the wheat  to the mill  all by herself, ground the wheat  into flour, and carried the heavy sack  of flour  back to the farm .

The tired little red hen asked her family, “Who will help me bake  the bread ?”

“Not I,” barked the lazy dog .
“Not I,” purred the sleepy cat .
“Not I,” quacked the silly yellow duck .

“Screw you.” said the slithery snake.

“Then I will,” said the little red hen . So the little red hen  baked  the bread  all by herself.

When the bread  was finished, the tired little red hen asked her family, “Who will help me eat  the bread ?”

“I will,” barked the lazy dog .
“I will,” purred the sleepy cat .
“I will,” quacked the silly yellow duck .

“It’s mine!” said the slithery snake.

“No!” said the little red hen . “I will eat the bread.”  and the little red hen ate the bread all by herself.

Moral of the story?

It may take a while, but eventually the little red hen will stand up for herself, and when she does…it will be awesome.

Feng Shui This | Retired Horses

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 RETIRED HORSES

Do you ever wonder what happens to race horses after they quit racing?  Not so long ago they were sent to slaughter.  That’s changing, but only in some places.  Sometimes they’re sometimes adopted out.

Most of the time they do not stay at the farm they’ve come to think of as their home.  Unless a horse becomes very famous, they face an uncertain future.   If you enjoy watching them run, betting on them, or even make money from them, please consider contributing to a rescue.  They’ve worked hard, it’s only right to say, “thank you”.

Retire That Horse!

Retire That Horse!

Old Horses

When I’ve done all I can do
and I’ve given you my best.
When my winning days are done
and you’ve put me out to rest.

Will I be safe and warm
when winds blow hard and cold?
Or will I stand in storms
when I am bent and old?

I’ll help you buy your home.
My ribbons will bring you fame.
You’ll brag on your fine horse
while betting on my name.

Will you remember this
when those great days are gone?
Or will you forget the horse
who ran for you alone?

                                                Monica Hess