Community Message: REMINDER. Sea Bright Halloween Parade and Costume Contest tonight at the Fire House beginning at 6pm.

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Autumn’s Call: Let it Fall

 

Essential Feng Shui® October NewsletterAutumn's Call: Let it Fall – A Message from Terah Kathryn Collins
Essential Feng Shui® Basics@Home Course
CEO Success with Secret Essential Feng Shui®
Practitioner Dates for 2014
Just one more: Cool Extras for the Practitioner Training
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Autumn's Call: Let it FallAutumn catches our attention by dressing up and then undressing. Summer's leaf-green robes turn an array of flamboyant colors and then slowly fall away, revealing the shoulder of a branch here and the torso of a trunk there until much of the landscape is bare. Nature provides us with quite a show as trees and plants shed their bright leaves, freeing themselves of what is no longer necessary. As a keen observer of Nature, I deeply appreciate the qualities of each season. Autumn, it appears, celebrates the shedding of the old…. and we are all invited to the party! Imagine your invitation fluttering down into your hands, scripted upon a golden leaf:'Tis the Season to Let GoColor what no longer serves you with gratitudeand let it fall away Grateful, Grateful, Grateful, Gone…
RSVP "Yes" and lighten up! Living with what you no longer want or need is heavy, cumbersome, and blocks the flow of vital energy that nurtures your life. Autumn encourages you to be like a tree and shed the possessions, relationships, attitudes, and habits that don't serve you now. In doing so, you align with the essence of Fall and prepare your inner and outer space to receive Winter's gifts of stillness, introspection, and the inception of new dreams. Contemplative Practice: Stand or sit near a deciduous tree whose leaves are changing color. Choose a fallen leaf, feel its lightness, and observe its colors. How does the leaf symbolize a person, place, object, or way of being that has passed – or is passing – out of your life? What can you do now to honor and celebrate it? Have you, with gratitude, let it go? If you haven't let it go yet, how can you do so now? Consider jotting down your thoughts in a journal and pressing the leaf between the pages…..  

With Every Blessing,
Terah Kathryn Collins

Founder of the Western School of Feng Shui  
& Originator of Essential Feng Shui® 

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Now you can learn how to 'Feng Shui' your own homewith the Essential Feng Shui® Basics@Home Online Course!

We are delighted to announce the Essential Feng Shui® Basics@Home Course is here! Now, you can learn how to 'Feng Shui' your own house at your own pace in the comfort of your own home! In the EFS Basics@Home Course,Terah hosts 8 Audio/Video Sessions and provides 2 Workbooks to help you open your Feng Shui eyes. A whole world of deep insights and fascinating discoveries about your home awaits you!
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Autumn Special Now through December 21st,  
you can apply 50% of your EFS Basics@Home tuition
to your Practitioner tuition.

 

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Essential Feng Shui® – the Secret CEO Success

By Liv Kellgren, Programs Director and Presenter
 A few years ago, I was the Admin Assistant/HR/Sales Coordinator and more for a corporate start up. Yes, I wore a lot of hats, and if you've ever been in the middle
of a Start Up, you'll see that most everyone does. Wear a lot of hats. It's actually kind of a scramble of hats, tasks, deadlines and communications. With the team's constant overlapping of emailing, texting and calling, you can imagine my surprise when, one-by-one, I overheard each employee complaining that the CEO was "totally disconnected" from the rest of the team. "He had no idea" what was going on, they said.

Then I got it: He worked on his computer – at his L-shaped desk – with his back to the door. (In this example, imagine you're standing in the doorway. His laptop was to his left. So, this is an after example.) 

Thank Goodness he was open to Essential Feng Shui® and so, simply and quickly, we turned him, his computer, and his chair into a more Powerful Position. He could now see out his door into the rest of the office space; And, more importantly, all the employees could now see his face. Overnight the side comments evolved into, "We have a great boss, he just KNOWS what we need, when we need it."

You may not want to be a full-time Essential Feng Shui® Practitioner, and of course that's OK. And you're still invited to make simple and powerful changes – whatever hat you wear:
 
Practitioner Directory –
for a Consultant in your neighborhood.
EFS Basics@Home Online Course –
to apply Feng Shui to your own environments.
Articles and Books by Terah Kathryn Collins.
EFS worksheets and questionnaires.   
 

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Essential Feng Shui® Practitioner Training@Home
Winter 2014: January 30th – March 31st
Spring 2014: April 28th – June 23rd 
Autumn 2014: September 22 – November 20th

 Register for a 2014 Practitioner Training@Home Course before December 21st and you qualify for the 2013 tuition… That's a $200 savings! More Practitioner Training@Home details here.Registration and tuition information here.     
Find out how we combine video classes, live conference calls, and more to provide you with the best in professional Feng Shui education. To book a tour, email Terah at information@wsfs.com.  

 

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Just one more…
"Our online students get MORE content than students did in person. They get all the in person stuff via video plus the new content we are creating for the online calls. AND I keep creating new content/activities to make the calls dynamic. That's cool extras." Becky Iott, Presenter, EFS Practitioner Training@Home 

Visit our growing list of Feng Shui Definitions! Do you have a Feng Shui question?Email it to us at support@wsfs.com 

 

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Looks like we're going to have a rainy day to start the week. Then, the National Weather Service says, we'll have some sun, then rain again.

Well, FYI, here's how the ocean will react. Check out the tide table for Sea Bright today going into tomorrow:

2013-10-07 6:58 AM EDT Sunrise
2013-10-07 11:07 AM EDT 3.99 feet High Tide
2013-10-07 5:34 PM EDT -0.14 feet Low Tide
2013-10-07 6:27 PM EDT Sunset
2013-10-07 11:28 PM EDT 3.44 feet High Tide
2013-10-08 5:40 AM EDT -0.03 feet Low Tide
2013-10-08 6:59 AM EDT Sunrise
2013-10-08 11:54 AM EDT 3.93 feet High Tide

And, here's your moon and sun information for today from www.tides4fishing.com :

"The moon rose in the southeast (111º) at 9:47 am and will set in the southwest (247º) at 8:13 p.m. … The lunar phase is a Waxing Crescent. Today we have 11 hours and 27 minutes of sun. The solar transit is at 12:44 pm and the length of time the moon will be visible will be 14 hours and 13 minutes."

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The Rusty Trowel – Fall Vegetable Gardening

 

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 Fall Vegetable Gardening 
Fall is my favorite time of year. Although the shorter days and cooler temperatures mean the end of summer, there is still so much more to come-the blaze of color, fall planters, pumpkins and that nip in the air. Crisp autumn days present the perfect opportunity to plant a fall vegetable garden. With many people focusing on eating healthy, what better than to grow your own vegetables. It's also a great opportunity to involve your children in the project. Watch their excitement as the plants grow! You can even cut back on the grocery bills. A study done by the University of Missouri showed that a $50 investment towards gardening supplies could produce up to $1,200 worth of produce! Now that you know the benefits of gardening, let's get started! If you already had a summer vegetable garden then there is no need to till the soil, just remove all debris and break up the soil. If this is your first vegetable garden, you will need to till the soil. Adding a soil amendment is the next step. Here at Sickles Market, we recommend Bumper Crop. Growing healthy plants starts with good soil and Bumper Crop provides all the nutrients needed for stronger healthier plants. To grow a fall vegetable garden, you have to grow veggies that require a growing time with cooler temperatures. Cool season and warm season vegetables each have different characteristics that make them suitable for gardening. Cool season vegetables are often low-growing, green and leafy. Because the vegetables grow close to the ground, they do not freeze as easily as warm season vegetables do. Kale, spinach, lettuce, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, beets, carrots, escarole, Swiss chard and radishes will all grow very easily this time of year. You can find all of our fall veggies in 4 packs and 6 packs.
 

 
Different plants will mature at different rates. Radishes, for example, will germinate in 6-10 days and mature in 25-30 days, while carrots take about 60-90 days to mature. For vegetables that mature quickly, you can sow a new batch every few weeks throughout the fall for season-long harvest. UpkeepA fall garden, like a summer garden, typically requires about an inch of water weekly. New transplants and seedlings require close monitoring the first few weeks and may need more frequent watering. Established plants should be watered less frequently- about once a week. Just like summer, you will battle with a fresh wave of cool-season weeds in your garden, including common chickweed. The best and easiest way to get rid of these weeds is by hand, as to not contaminate your new vegetables. Reaping the benefitsAfter all of your patience and hard work, expect many delicious meals ahead of you this fall. Your body will be craving something hearty and filling and these veggies are sure to provide. Lush salads, flavorful soups, roasted vegetables, robust stir-fries and countless other options will make their way to your dinner table. We've even included a few recipes that are sure to be so good that you will want to grow a vegetable garden again next year. Enjoy! Recipes Harvest Vegetable Soup ½ C. chopped celery ½ C. chopped onion 1 C. chopped carrots1 14.5 oz. can diced tomatoes, drained2 C. vegetable broth1 large potato peeled and diced1 can garbanzo beans, drained1 C. barley1 C. spinach leaves, chopped1 15 oz. can peas, drained¼ tsp. thyme½ tsp. black pepper¼ tsp. garlic powder In a large pot over high heat, combine all ingredients and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 45 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Serve with crusty bread. Honey Dijon Carrots 3 C. washed carrots1 TBS olive oil1 ½ TBS Dijon mustard1 TBS honeyHeat the oil in skillet over medium-high heat. Sauté the carrots in oil for about 10 minutes, or until tender. Mix Dijon mustard and honey together and stir into skillet. Be sure to completely coat the carrots. Makes an excellent side dish. – Abby Dentner & Fran Huber Our Next Blog Topic: Planting Fall Bulbs for Spring Bloom

The Rusty Trowel is a new gardening blog from Sickles Market. On this blog you will find timely tips for the garden, innovate design ideas, instructional how-to posts & videos and introductions to gorgeous new plant species. You'll also be the first to hear about workshops and seminars we will be hosting right here at Sickles Market. You'll receive approximately two emails a month that are jam-packed with gardening knowledge, activities and more!

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