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Certified Feng Shui Expert Laura Cerrano is the CEO and founder of Feng Shui Manhattan (established in 1997). She provides bi-coastal remote and on-site consultations, seminars, workshops and classes in New York, California, New Jersey and Connecticut. In addition, Laura is a resident teacher at the Metropolitan Institute of Design in Syosset, NY.

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Certified NYC Feng Shui Expert Laura Cerrano has over 20-years of on-site and remote Feng Shui & Design consulting. Consultations, seminars and classes provided in New York City and Los Angeles California, along with National and International locations.

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Become Comfortable with Death

Laura Cerrano

Ironically, Feng Shui promotes death on a constant basis though the use of positive language. "Create new beginnings," let go of the past," "change your environment," "transform who you are," etc.  In order to welcome in new opportunities and energy, there must be an ending or in other words, a death.

Discussing death from a Feng Shui perspective views certain stages throughout your life as having opportunities to change patterns of behaviors and thoughts that no longer serve your best and highest interest. How death is metaphorically and/or spiritually translated will vary from person to person. In the world of Feng Shui, with each "death" in your life, change will come to birth new beginnings. 

Keep this in mind, if you choose to hold onto the past (that moment of death (s) you experienced) for too long or worry constantly about "death," you risk becoming stuck and stagnant. Let that be with the ending of a relationship, job or with the the most challenging experience, the death of loved ones. By not living your life fully after death due to the fear of the unknown, you are starving yourself from attaining wisdom from these natural occurrences.