the Power of Simple Shui™
Amanda Gibby Peters, Simple Shui™
Every day, we are riddled with ways to foster the look of a good life, but crafting a beautiful and practical one that looks as good as it feels – choice by choice – can be an intimidating endeavor. Between the contagious storytelling and common sense guidance, Simple Shui™ workshops are like a high spirited cocktail where the conversation covers substance as much as style; patience as much as pretty; and sustainability as much as celebration.
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OWN YOUR AMBITION
How To Use Your House As A Game Of Life + Play It Well
Feng shui is not something you choose to do; it’s already happening around you. So, the only question is “how well are you doing it?”
This is the ultimate conversation starter.
In this workshop, you will learn how every home + office is a power source vying for our attention. We will explore how these spaces provide literal metaphors and clues to what’s not working, and why that interpretation is the bridge to staging our success.
Amanda Gibby Peters, Founder of Simple Shui™
Hello! I am Amanda Gibby Peters, and putting the affairs of a home in order is my genius.
I adore simplicity. And I edit. Brilliantly. So, what’s Simple Shui, you say?
It’s a lifestyle with its own mission statement:
Live with what you love.
I help readers + clients simplify their spaces. Because that is where the practical magic to a gorgeous life awaits.
Our homes speak in metaphor – a language I know fluently. The energy that comes into our space influences how we step out into the world. And those metaphors influence everything – our well-being, relationships, prosperity, and happiness.
When we are too busy to care about our space, it squanders all those resources we rely on to curate a good life – our time, energy, and the creative stamina to live fully.
I began blogging in 2007 about the necessary ingredients for cultivating sacred space. By combining feng shui – its study of energy + environmental metaphor – and my editorial instincts, I discovered small changes were creating enormously extraordinary differences in the lives of my clients.
How does it work? When we put our homes in order, we do the same for ourselves.