At the completion of my client's feng shui session today, she shared a wonderful self-realization.
"After we spoke during our last session about not knowing what others go though and we have not walked in their shoes, that was so eye opening for me. As you know I was dealing with challenges at work with two of my co-workers. I took into consideration what we spoke about. And I decided to approach them and say, I am sorry for any mis-understanding and hurt I may have caused and I don't want us to have any negative feelings toward each other, please forgive me. To my surprise, they let their guard down and apologized as well. Now they have become two of my best supporters at work and even in my personal life.
All I had to do was say "I am sorry" and get my Ego out of the way."
~Julia, New York City, NY
Saying "I am sorry" (and truly wholeheartedly meaning it) allows you to take responsibility for any negative manifestation you experience or witness. You also create an opportunity for healing. You do not need to dwell on the past. Move yourself into the present moment which plants the seeds for tomorrow.
Laura Cerrano is the CEO and founder of Feng Shui Manhattan (established in 1997). She provides 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. Her primary focus is a unique blend of Feng Shui healing for your space and inner self with interior design principles.