Years ago, I read a book about how to use Feng Shui to improve the energy flow, including how to call new romances in life. I thought to myself, why not? It would be a pleasant change to rearrange some furniture in my bedroom and to add a few new decors too. Indeed, not long after that, I got into a new relationship. You can imagine how thrilling it was for me when I interviewed Patricia Lohan, an international Feng Shui Expert, to hear her saying that was what she did to meet her now-husband as well!
In our interview, we talked about some basic principles of Feng Shui, fun facts and simple ways to improve the energy of your home. Some of the most common hot topics are how to use Feng Shui to allow more money to come through and to nurture better relationships. We also talked about the idea of the Yin and Yang part of a home and how to balance and harmonize the energy to better suit our lives.
About Patricia Lohan:
Patricia Lohan is a Feng Shui Expert, Speaker and Author. Patricia is the creator of PowerHouse Feng Shui and Author of The Happy Home: A Guide To Creating A Happy, Healthy, Wealthy Life. She helps entrepreneurs make their homes & businesses magnetic to money, luck and blessings. She has helped thousands of people across the globe embrace Feng Shui and creates lasting changes in their businesses, homes and lives. Patricia has been featured in media around the world including The New York Time, CNN, Fox, Forbes, The New York Post, She Knows, Essence, Mind Body Green, USA Today and Elephant Journal.
- Background story on how she got into learning and using Feng Shui to “call-in” (or attract) her husband
- How to access the energy and to align with our intention, in order to call in our dreams
- One way to describe what Feng Shui is to say it is like acupuncture for your home, it is about harmonising the five elements to balance and neutralise your home.
- There are many schools and philosophies, complex and even contradicting information about Feng Shui out there
- When your house feels balanced and happy, you can feel it. It’s a synergistic relationship.
- Some Dos and Don’t and basic principle for practicing Feng Shui for your home
- To raise energy for your home: Appreciation, Fresh Eyes Approach and tune in around your environment. Reimagine your house and connect with things differently.
- Animals, pets, insects and nature around your home, they carry its own symbolism, it also depends on how you feel about them.
- Yin and Yang. Yin time is very introverted, so perhaps for bedroom (or in my case, study) may prefer a bit darker or position in the yin part of the house. While the living room is the yang side where everyone lives and spends time so brighter colours or have more light or sun ray.
- Look at decorations or painting, how do they make you feel, what abstract ideas or symbology do they carry?
- Four personality types for every house (see quiz here – patricialohan.com/quiz) – find out whether your house is supported or not for money and relationship. Ultimately, Feng Shui translated to good health and good harvest. Some houses are good for both, others can be good for one and not the other.
- Every house is unique. You can look at all the different energies in every part of your home. There are always ways to improve the energy with the five elements, like adding plant or earth element, etc.
- Putting the growth mindset into Feng Shui your home.
- What to consider when in it comes to relationships and romance
- How to use Feng Shui to allow more money to come in, for example, think about the front door being the mouth of the house.
If you would like to connect with Patricia or find out more about her work, please visit: www.patricialohan.com
|Sze Wing:||Hi, everyone. I’m super excited today to introduce you to my new guest. Her name is Patricia Lohan and she’s a Feng Shui expert, speaker, and author. And I’m really excited because I’m Chinese, I know a little bit about Feng Shui but do not really understand it too much. And when I came across your website where you talk about archetypes and energy, I just think we’re on the same page. And I just couldn’t wait to interview you. So first of all, welcome to my show.|
|Patricia:||Thank you so much. I’m delighted to be here.|
|Sze Wing:||Yeah, so a little introduction. Patricia is the creator of Powerhouse Feng Shui, the author of “The Happy Home – a guide to creating a happy, healthy, wealthy life”. She helps entrepreneurs make their homes and business magnetic to money, luck, and blessings. So she has helped thousands of people across the globe embracing Feng Shui and create lasting changes in their businesses, home, and lives. So obviously, you have been featured in many media around the world, like all the big names: New York Times, CNN, Fox and so forth. So definitely you have been around, definitely have done a lot of interviews. So I’m super excited to interview you today and perhaps asking questions that hopefully, it’s new to my audience and enjoy our time together.|
|Patricia:||Yes, for sure. Well, I’m delighted to be here.|
|Sze Wing:||Great. So I always ask this question because– especially when I first meet someone that I don’t know a lot about, I always love to hear their background story. What drive you to study Feng Shui and make it an important part of your life?|
|Patricia:||Yeah, well, I think this short synopsis is this is definitely a soul’s calling for me because it is– I’m from the west coast of Ireland. I got my first book about Feng Shui when I was 15. I made my parents hire a Feng Shui consultant to actually Feng Shui their business. I was just hooked, I just knew there was something deeper to this work. And we had moved house a lot of times. I think that maybe part of that was noticing like I’m a very empathetic person and I feel energy very easily. So I think I was really impacted by the moves to all these different houses in different environments growing up. And then later into my 20s, I quit everything and I headed to India and become a yoga teacher. And during that journey, I really just opened up more to this spiritual-energetic side of things and realising all about mindset and energy and working on ourselves, releasing our trauma, getting real clear in our visions. And what I noticed was when I moved into a new house in a new city, I decided I’m going to do this Feng Shui because I’m doing all this stuff for myself, but what about my home?|
|Patricia:||So I remembered those books, and I Feng Shui-ed my place to call in love. And that’s how people started asking me how did I meet my husband? Because I actually Feng Shui-ed my place and I met my husband very soon afterwards and he had Feng Shui-ed his. So it’s like this whole cosmic how things align and this was all lining up. My desires, my intentions, my home, were all supporting me calling in my husband. And then we both trained and decided to dive into Feng Shui just out of personal interest. So it’s this calling underneath of like– I’m not going to wake up one morning and be like, “I’m going to be a Feng Shui expert.” actually this unfolded so cosmically and amazingly and very organically. When we implemented Feng Shui in our own house, we had a six-figure windfall out of nowhere, really unexpected. Lots of amazing things started to change and everyone was like, “What have you just done?” My clients, why, my friends, “What did you just do?” and I’m like, “Well Feng Shui? And that’s really where it was a tipping point for me, and people wanted more information. So that’s how we started on the Feng Shui journey, and it’s been an absolute– such an amazing game-changer for people in my own life but also people in their lives realizing that there’s a resource that we all have, a roof over our heads that we’re blessed to have that’s untapped often and that we can turn it on and really access an energy that can support us calling in our dreams.|
|Sze Wing:||Woah. So many questions within that. But one of the thing I want to refer to is early on in explaining your experience or journey you talk about you were growing up and moving homes a lot and therefore you’ve sensed energy a lot. I think it is so interesting where it’s an almost divine plan that you just have to grow up in that circumstance so that you have this unique experience to experience a lot of different homes, a lot of different energies so when it comes to Feng Shui and then you realise and put the two together you went, “Oh, I need to do something about that.” It’s so interesting for someone, maybe just living the same house all their life would not have the same background and therefore trigger. So that’s the first part. I found it so interesting and clearly it’s part of the divine plan that you’ve got to meet a husband that also interested in Feng Shui. It’s kind of all joined up together to that point because you were following the lead, you were following your intuition or curiosity or just the flow. So the next thing I want to dive into is that you tend to use Feng Shui like a verb, let’s Feng Shui it. So for people like me have no idea can you unpack it a little bit? What’s Feng Shui it means?|
|Patricia:||Yeah. Okay. Brilliant. So I love this. So one of the things how I love to describe Feng Shui is that it’s acupuncture for your home. So it’s a different perspective to what a lot of people would have thought Feng Shui is all about. That it’s like you put your couch here, and you do this on this auspicious date and you don’t do this thing and you don’t– was a lot of these very stringent rules and practices that some of them– for me for example some people may think, “Oh you need to have your lucky frog here and you need to have this here.” And we don’t practice that, I don’t teach that in my practice.|
|Sze Wing:||Like the bamboo and the funny mirrors.|
|Patricia:||Yes. So, yeah, exactly. For me, I’m like there’s no funny mirrors and there’s no frogs. But if you want a frog, and you want a lucky mirror get it. If it makes you feel like it’s going to support you get it. So that’s my philosophy. When I explain Feng Shui, I explain it as basically harmonising the five elements through acupuncture for your home. So we’re working with the five elements to balance and neutralise your home. Now the one thing about Feng Shui is that every house is totally unique. So there’s many different schools of Feng Shui when it was brought from the East to the West it got kind of watered down and there’s some philosophies that I don’t adhere to and schools that would be kind of contradictory. And that’s where there’s a lot of complex and contradicting information out there. For me I’m just here to say, “We would never treat you differently –” I conformed this with acupuncturists. We could have two people come with the same complaints, the same issues, and they would treat them differently depending on their age, depending on their size, and where they were born or their physique. It’s the same thing with a house. Every house is totally unique, and it has a specific date of birth. Before when we talked about astrology and I truly believe that that’s one of the aspect with Feng Shui is that when it was first created 5,000 years ago we didn’t have compasses it was very much about looking at putting a home and|
|Patricia:||Placing your home in the most auspicious place. That you were going to get the sun in the right place. That it was going to be supportive for health, for wealth. Where was the land going to give this sense of support? And what we kind of do now with feng shui is we kind of work retrospectively with houses, because most people live in their house, and we want to retrospectively create this space of balance and harmony. And when you spend time in nature, if you’re out by the beach and you’re feeling so alive and so balanced and so happy, that’s what we want you to feel in your house. And when you feel balanced and happy, when your house feels balanced and happy, you feel it. It’s a synergistic relationship.|
|Sze Wing:||Okay. So, follow-up question here. I feel that some people have story where they move into a house, and probably feng shui there was great or matching their energy. I don’t know. But they have a really good years and spend a really great time there. Some people move in the house and everything just went bad. And I often feel it’s like you choose the house but the house also chooses you. You have to harmonize its energy?. Or in the case that you have to live in this house, let’s just say. Whatever reason. Then you could do something internally to maybe improve it, which I’m sure you help a lot of clients. So can you tell us a little bit of dos and don’ts, a really basic principle for newcomer like me just to learn a quick tip or two?|
|Patricia:||Yeah, for sure. I just want to say, just on what you talked about with people attracting the houses that they’re meant to have, and things get better. And I do believe that there’s a part of a belief structure of energetically you’re aligned to calling in and be ready for this more expansion, but if you have any limiting beliefs or any blocks or any of that, you end up with a house that matches that. But what happens is people may be they raise their own energy. So they do the mindset work, they do the healing. The house stays the same, and it creates this kind of tricky place. And this is where people will come to me and be like, “Hey, hang on a minute. Since I moved in, everything’s started to fall apart,” or, “Here, hang on a minute. What can we do? I’m feeling this stuckness, hitting some plateau.” And that’s what we’re doing with the feng shui is getting it into the balance, to raise that energy up so you’re supported on all levels. So, yeah, we can totally do that. Sorry, I digressed from your question. Your question is about the dos and don’ts. The very first thing for me, when it comes to your home, is feng shui is– there’s so much information. It’s like an iceberg, and at the very tip of the iceberg is what’s on the visible plane. In the practice that I work with, we’re working with the invisible energy below the surface, but above the surface there are some really great things that you can do to really start to acknowledge the energy that your house has. And the first one is just appreciation. Literally, appreciation for the environment that you have. The fact that we have a roof over our heads, it can be just this thing that we just take for granted, that we have this beautiful space that looks after us and supports us. That’s the first thing. The second thing I talk about doing is then looking with fresh eyes. Now, fresh eyes is pretending you’re a new person, pretending it’s the very first time that you have arrived at your house. So once you’re at the driveway, you’re driving in, or you’re walking in, I want you just to observe everything. How does it make you feel? Does it make you get– do you get excited? Does your energy drop? Does something kind of annoy you or bug you? Because that is what’s happening to you every single day. So it’s like kind of heightening your senses, opening your eyes, looking, hearing, feeling, as you move in through your house and start at the front door. I do lots of free trainings where I talk about the front door being the mouth of your house. It’s where the energy comes in. But if you’re walking up to your front door and it feels heavy, you feel unhappy, something is broken, the plants are dead, the welcome mat that is fading away. All of that is just going to deplete your energy. So we want to really and also repel that energy from coming in because it won’t feel like it wants to come in. So what you want to do is just like want to activate all of those sense. Activate each sense and start to tune in around your environment. And look at the paintings on the walls, the things that are working, the things that are broken, the things that are chipped and being like, “Is this helping or hurting me? Is this bringing me closer to what I want to call into my life or not?” And honestly, you will reimagine your house, and you will connect with things in a very different way.|
|Sze Wing:||Wow. So great to hear what you just said because it stuck so many things that I know in the past but you’re still joining the dots. You know how in coaching we talk a lot about decluttering, whether it’s tidying up the room or get rid of the papers and books. It feels like the same philosophy because you want to feel expansion, you want to feel free right? So if you have all the books and junk around you clearly that’s not going to be expensive. It makes perfect sense. A different school but coming in at the same angle and doing the same action. So two, actually three– so two little questions perhaps bit strange but, okay, so we just moved into this house not long ago it’s really spacious, everything is great, really appreciate it just like you said. Exactly what you said, I love way we’re getting up to the front door. Now there’s this little spider tend to create nest right in front of my house but I mind too much but just occasionally it’s like, “Ahh.” It’s like I felt it. It’s so interesting. I don’t mind it so much. For some people they may just scream but because there’s some bushes on the side, so they do kind of create some nest. Is it bad, even though I don’t mind my little friends there?|
|Patricia:||You know what for me when it comes to animals and pets and spiders and different things and nature stuff, I’m a really big fan of looking at the symbolism of it. From Feng Shui it always reverts back to the different animals and the symbols of them. So for me this spider is really the symbolic of weaving your own path, being the weaver. So you see how they create these intricate things and they don’t know where they’re going to start and how powerful it is and it being a reminder, being a dream weaver. And I would imagine that if you start acknowledging that, and you start seeing it, you may not– they may move, they may just move. Or for me, it’s like they– we see it with them with our clients, they might have artwork up in their walls that are symbolic of something and then once they kind of get the message they’re like, “Oh, okay.” So that’s what I would say. It’s not bad most of the time with nature it’s not going to be negative Chi Feng Shui. And actually it’s– yeah, go with the animal totems and be like, “Oh my God, what’s that?” you know?|
|Sze Wing:||For me, it’s actually about creativity because they are really amazing in terms of how they create a web, so. Another minor question that I get. You mentioned we go to your house you want to see light or where it’s facing, you want the flow, right, as natural stuff?|
|Sze Wing:||Okay. For me in my study I actually have a creepy habit that I like to be very dark. It’s like a cave. I write in my cave with a computer and a little lamp. My husband when he sees me he will just open the curtain and turn on all the lights like, “What’s wrong with you?” But for me that’s my creative cave. But I assume for a house light and sunshine it’s supposed to be good, right?|
|Patricia:||So it actually depends. So this is great because you going into this dark cave is very yin. Yin time is very introverted, it’s a darkness and every house has a yin side and a yang side. And the yang side is where everyone lives. It’s the kind of the kitchen, the living room, the expanded space which you would ideally want that to be bright. And if it’s not for people it’s just like get light and brighter light bulbs, bring in brighter clothes, take the darker furniture out or repaint it to bring it more yang. But for bedrooms we want bedrooms to be more yin. We would prefer– typically when, let’s say if I’m working with a house from scratch, I would be looking at positioning houses or a bedroom in the yin part which is quieter and a little bit darker and a little bit more subdued. So it’s about with Feng Shui what we’re doing is we want to balance this yin and yang energy. So for me I love darkness for me to do introverted, internal work. I don’t want to be in a big bright room when I’m kind of trying to dive in. And we just think about meditation it’s about quietness and introversion, so yeah.|
|Sze Wing:||Perfect. I’m so happy because now I can tell my husband, “Leave me alone.” Right? Because I’m the same. With the living space, the kids space and the kitchen he always complain I turn on too much lights. So that really explains a lot. So my third question following up from what you said, was you know you described Feng Shui what you do as bit of an iceberg where you talk about the physical thing on top but then you also work a lot underneath. Can you tell us a little bit what that is?|
|Patricia:||Yeah. Sure. Sorry, my little puppy is having a little commotion here. So what is that? So essentially when we do the Feng Shui as I said every house is totally unique. So when people come into my world we will get them to send us information about their house. So the year it was built, the date of birth, literally like astrology reading. And what that actually then we create a personal report. So a lot of people may have heard, “Oh there’s a prosperity area, and it’s over the back left corner.” And actually don’t know what that school of thought, not that I don’t know what it is but I’m not sure of actually the direction where they say it is in regards to the front door. But for me where every house is unique so we create a personal report for all of our clients and when we do that what we’re looking at is all the different energies in every part of your home. So every part of your home represents a different part of your life. And in this part each part so for example, your health area which is right in the centre of your home. We’ll be looking and saying, “Well what are the energies flowing in this area.” It be just like the acupuncturist taking the pulse to see what’s going on in all of these different Meridians. And if they’re positive, if they’re good we’re like, “Oh what can we bring in here to improve it?” So it’s exactly like the five elements. So we may add a plant, or we may add some fire element, or we may add some earth element to make it better. There can be some areas of the home that can be very difficult. Some areas of the energy can be really blocked and stuck. And when we talk about the area being blocked or stuck so for example it can be the West area of your home. Or East area is your family area, now if the energy is not happy in your East area it will then equal back into your house where the kids are fighting, where people are not getting on that well where it’s kind of this bickering that you may not– and it goes through cycles. Some years it can be all fine and then another year it could be really tricky. So our ultimate goal with Feng Shui is to implement and place the right balancing, harmonising element into every area. So then when we have these elements in the right place it creates a sense of flow. So communication flows, more money flows in, you kind of get more in tune with your intuition and your guidance and your family are happier. So that’s what we’re really working we’re working with that below the surface as opposed to the top. But the top of what we visibly see when we walk into someone’s house is definitely going to be having an impact. I talked about artwork recently, or just there a minute ago earlier about having a piece of art. I’ve had clients and I’ve gone into their bedroom, single women, and they have a picture with a couple and one person in the back. These kind of more abstract. And in all the relationships this woman had, in any relationship she’d had up until then, there was always another person. So it was like an ex-wife or ex-girlfriend that was interacting. So it’s like sometimes it’s a dance between the seen and the unseen. So it is really– and that’s where there can be a lot of misconceptions about Fung Shui, where we think it’s just the seen. It’s just like, “Oh, our house is interior designed. What are you talking about?” And I’m like, “Oh man, I’ve seen some interior design houses that are magnificent, but the people’s lives are falling apart. Which would you want? Do you want to be in a family where everything’s a drama? Or do you want to be in a hose where everything’s flowing?” It may not be the perfect house or aesthetically as beautiful. And you can have both. You can have both. But yeah, the misconceptions can be around it having to be perfect.|
|Sze Wing:||This is so interesting. I can hear there’s so much depth in what you do, because it’s literally like an iceberg. Because the tip of the iceberg is what we see, and often is not even one-third of the size or one-tenth the size of the whole. So that’s super interesting. Now, another thing I noticed from your work. So you talk about archetype. The energy of the house is the foundation of everything in life. Sometimes pulling, sometimes pushing. Can you talk a little bit about archetypes? It seems it gives a label, an indication, of something quite tangible for our listeners.|
|Patricia:||Yeah, for sure. So, we talk about archetypes in astrology, and it’s based on when you’re born. Exactly the same concept with Fung Shui. Every house has its own personality type, and there’s four personality types. So I have a quiz on my website, it’s patricialohan.com/quiz, and that will give you an idea. If you kind of just go in and you can do the quiz, and it’ll give you an idea of the different archetypes. So just like we talked about under the surface, underneath the water with the iceberg, this can be a really defining factor of what’s going on in your life. So you talked about some people can move into the house and everything can fall apart. This is a line that I hear from a lot of my clients. Or, “We moved in and myself and my husband are fighting all the time.” Or, “We get on better when we’re not in our house.” So when you do the quiz, it gives you an idea of the key indicators. And this is what I have observed working with clients. There’s four main house types. They can be either supportive for money or not for money. Or they can be supportive for people or not for people. So what we’re talking about, and actually ultimately Fung Shui translates to good health and good harvest. And some houses can be good for both, others can be bad for both, others can be good for one and not the other. And when you see that, honestly, it starts to make sense for people. People start to go, “Oh.” And actually, there’s a part that you can kind of get a relief that you’re like, “It’s not me. I don’t need to work any harder. I don’t need to. What I actually need to do is rebalance my home and bring that into harmony. When that comes into harmony, then I have to line up my beliefs, and my vision, and my intentions, and take action from that point.” So it’s like life-coaching and coaching, all of that work is that real internal. But what we have to look at is what are the external factors that are impacting us. And that’s where the archetypes come in. When we do our reports for our clients, we’ll tell them, “Well, this is what your house type is.” And we’ll also teach them how to balance it. So this isn’t a It’s not a permanent thing. It’s not labeled like that forever once we balance it. Once it’s balanced I’m like, “No. Your house is good for money and people.” It’s going to be like that you have to– now we have to switch the mindset of, yeah we can create this environment that supports me for this or that area.|
|Sze Wing:||I really like it because I do believe the fact that it’s like a growth mindset. It’s not that this house is bad for this, good for that and that’s it. You can do a lot of things to elevate the energy or the things that you can do on yourself that could help. So I really like that growth mindset piece. So you talked about the bedroom a little bit in relationship with some houses good for people, maybe not for many. I think a lot of people mostly interested in the relationship or the money thing. And I often say the bedroom is very layered to the relationship and there are some no-brainers like don’t put horrible, scary, or heartbroken pictures. But money, on the other hand, I find it very intangible. What will be the no-brainer that it is really easy to do? I will say, the picture story, definitely, I wouldn’t like to put a heartbreaking label there. But what about money? What kind of things that we should be aware of and sort of try to avoid?|
|Patricia:||Yeah, so that’s a great– and actually one of the things, especially– you’re totally spot on with the bedrooms. And when it comes to bedrooms, just in term– the area may not be– the love and marriage area in your bedroom may not be that but your bedroom is still to be a sanctuary for sure. A sanctuary for rest, romance, and relaxation and where you kind of focus on what the intention of the room is along with the actual feng shui aspect. So when it comes to money, this is the one that a lot of my clients will come to me about, especially if they’ve just discovered their house is bad for money and they’re like, “Help!” I’m like, “Okay.”|
|Patricia:||So when we work with the energy of the money, some little no-brainers are, we talked about chi and the energy coming into your house. And I talked about the front door being the mouth of your house. So that is actually one of the most important spaces to look at and to make sure the door opens easily. [laughter] And they may go like, “What?” because that’s where the money comes in. So chi is the same as money and relationships and fun and good and clients and art and opportunities. It’s all energy. So when we’re calling in, we want to make sure it can get in, that it can find you. So even just the simple things of like making sure the doorbell’s working, making sure– like if the postman can’t find you, how can you make it easier to get that energy to you? The chi’s not finding you either. So bringing it in, making sure the door’s easy to open.|
|Patricia:||When it does come in, you want it to free flow. So that’s back to that fresh eyes perspective. And I touched on it briefly. But looking at things that are broken or not working, they are depleting the energy and they’re going to deplete your finances as well. And that goes specifically to taps. So water element is very connected to prosperity. So you want to make sure that you don’t have any leaking taps or sinks or showers that that drip, that is literally money dripping away, the element is being washed away. And like literally. And then the other part of that is then when the energy comes in, we want to make sure the toilet seat is down and the toilet door closed. The reason for that is that there’s a lot of water element in the bathroom. So we don’t want the water element to escape out of the bathroom. We don’t want it flushed down the toilet. So keeping the door closed and the toilet seat down is also really beneficial.|
|Sze Wing:||That’s so awesome. So I think in a short time we spoke together already learned so much from you in terms of what feng shui is about and some sort of just tips and do’s and don’ts and I absolutely love it. And I think people would definitely get a really quick sort of understanding and invitation to go deeper. So my next question is how can people find you online? And I know you offered this quiz. So maybe that’s something that can help people?|
|Patricia:||Yeah, sure. So there’s a few opportunities. So I think that the easiest thing to do is if you write down patricialohan.com and wherever you are looking for support. So if you want to do the quiz, you can go to patricialohan.com/quiz easy. Or if you want to call in love, patricialohan.com/love I have a beautiful guide on how to call in more love. And then money, it’s same, patricialohan.com/money so quiz, money or love, they’re all there and they’re resources to get you started. So for example, the love guide is not just for calling in love it’s for harmonizing and improving your relationship. There may be some things that you can tweak around your environment to improve your relationship.|
|Sze Wing:||Great. Thank you so much and I really appreciate the time we have together and there’s so much good tips and then I cannot wait to do your quiz actually right after this call. [laughter]|
|Patricia:||Well, let me know we did. What you got? And if anyone does the quiz, come and let me know or follow me on Instagram. I’d love to know when people are doing the quiz because, honestly, it’s just a game-changer when you realise that your house is sabotaging some of the success that you have been working really hard for.|
|Patricia:||Thank you so much.|