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Certified Feng Shui Expert Laura Cerrano is the CEO and founder of Feng Shui Manhattan with offices in New York and Los Angeles. She provides local, bi-coastal and international consultations and workshops for residential, real estate developments, Fortune 500 companies, and healing facilities. In addition, Laura is a resident teacher at the Metropolitan Institute of Design in Syosset, NY.

She has been featured in highly respected publications and TV networks such as Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen," PBS, CBC Television, BBC Radio and The New York Times. 

Laura Cerrano also provides in-person and remote Feng Shui Consultations in the states of:

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International Feng Shui consultations are also available! 


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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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Could Decluttering Literally Be Painful For Some People?

Laura Cerrano

Since the 1970's, the principles of feng shui introduced the words and concepts of "clutter" and "de clutter" to America. Clutter and the act of decluttering goes beyond the physical. It's a lifestyle that affects us mentally and emotionally. For years science has not been able to prove this, until now!

"A team of UCLA researchers found physical clutter overloads your senses, making you feel stressed, and impairs your ability to think creatively.

For some, the process of decluttering could actually be painful. How so? "Researches at Yale recently identified that two areas in your brain associated with pain, the anterior cingulate cortex and insula, light up in response to letting go of items you own and feel a connection towards." 

It's also important to understand there are different levels of clutter. I also invite you to keep in mind that sometimes clutter is not always bad. Think of an artist studio, as they tend to have organized chaos. When clutter hinders your thought process and increases your stress levels, that is when you need to take action. 

Click on How Clutter Affects Your Brain to read the full article