Feng Shui your car in time for Road-Trip Season!!

In my inbox today. Best PR junk mail in a while. Who knew easy-listening music was Feng Shui? Not I. 

————— Forwarded message —————
From: Bridgette Leslie <bleslie@paramountpr.com>
Date: Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 10:09 PM
Subject: Feng Shui your car in time for Road-Trip Season!!
To: dave@daviddobbs.net

Hi David,

Spring is a time for cleansing, both physically and emotionally. One way of reducing daily stress is through the use of feng shui,  a set of rules in Chinese philosophy that govern spatial arrangement and orientation in relation to patterns of yin and yang and the flow of energy (qi). Most people spend lots of time in their cars, but road rage, phone calls and traffic can turn a simple drive into a stressful experience. Chicago Healers Practitioner Andie Pearson, DMD, CCST offers some tips to feng shui ones’ car in order to reduce stress.

CLEAR IT OUT – Before leaving on a long drive, completely clean out the vehicle. Dispose of all trash, magazines, receipts, etc. Vacuum the carpets and clean the windows to allow a clear view of your life’s path. Take out all the winter supplies (snow scrapers, windshield wiper fluid, a blanket) and ready yourself for summer fun (a beach bag, tennis raquet, a folding chair). 

GO WITH THE FLOW – If you’re prone to road rage, hang a round, faceted crystal from a blue ribbon on your rearview mirror. This will add water energy to your car, making it easier to cope with frustrations like traffic, poorly marked roads and reckless drivers. If you aren’t able to find a crystal, use a small bottle of water instead.

PLANNING IS EVERYTHING – Once the car has been cleared and cleaned, plan your trip from start to finish so that you have all that you will need on the road and during your trip. This will include maps, addresses needed for a navigation device, along with all of the phone numbers. • YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT – Plan food and snacks and have them organized in the car where they are easily reached. If possible, assign a person to be in charge of snack retrieval on the road.

EASY LISTENING – Sing or play music when you enter the car to get rid of any negative energy. This will allow you to drive the rest of the day in a clean, refreshed space.

Please let me know if you are interested in additional information or would like to schedule an interview with ChicagoHealers.com Practitioner Dr. Andie Pearson. 

About ChicagoHealers.com-Chicago Healers (www.ChicagoHealers.com) is the nation’s pioneer prescreened integrative health care network, offering a comprehensive understanding of each practitioner’s services, approach, and philosophy.  Our holistic health experts teach and advocate natural and empowered health and life choices through their practices, the media, educational events, and our website.  With close to 200 practitioners and over 300 treatment services, Chicago Healers has provided nearly 400 free educational events for Chicagoans and has been featured in 300+ TV news programs and print publications.  For more information, visit www.ChicagoHealers.com.


Media Contact: Paramount Public Relations, Inc.

Jessica Prah, 312.544.4190, jprah@paramountpr.com

Bridgette Leslie, 312.544.4190, bleslie@paramountpr.com


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