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Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Easy Feng Shui for Love: Lesson # 2
Check the Flow of Love
|Learn to Check the Flow of Love in Your Home |
Are you looking to attract a love partner? Or, maybe you are in a love relationship that needs a bit of help? Here is a quick feng shui love check-up of your home to see if you are really open and ready for lasting love ... Read more
House as Relationships Mirror
|Your House Says It ALL About Your Relationships |
We learn the most as human beings and grow the most (and the quickest!) through relationships that are important to us. Our relationships often challenge us, bring us joy, take us to heaven and bring us down to earth all in a short amount of time... Read more
About Your Bed
|Best Feng Shui Bed Guidelines and Placement |
Your bed is the most important feng shui piece of furniture in your entire life. Strong feng shui statement, isn't it? Strong, but true. Your bed is the only piece of furniture that has the most intimate... Read more
|Create One for Yourself and For Your Love |
A good feng shui bedroom is a bedroom that promotes a harmonious flow of nourishing and sensual energy. A good feng shui bedroom is fun and pleasurable to be in, either you are there for a quick nap, a good night sleep or to make passionate love ... Read more
|Feng Shui Bed & Bedroom Solutions for Your Home |
The truth you need to know is that very few bedrooms have perfect feng shui. Unless you had the luck of designing and building your house with feng shui in mind, you will, most probably, have to face some challenges while ... Read more
|Feng Shui Tips for Sex and Sexual Energy in the Bedroom |
Sex is healing, beautiful and very powerful. Many ancient cultures knew the mysteries and secret healing powers of sexual energy, and we have yet to learn to respect, understand and be comfortable with the power of our sexuality...Read more
Good Books to Read in Spring
This weekend is the official start of spring. Where I live, flowers are everywhere and I am basking in 70 degree sweetness. Some books have a setting or tone that matches... Read more
|St. Patrick's Day Reading |
Want some short St. Patrick's Day reading that might lead to a longer relationship with a book? Whitethorn Woods by Maeve Binchy is a collection of interconnected short stories that take... Read more
|Major Pettigrew's Last Stand by Helen Simonson |
Major Pettigrew's Last Stand by Helen Simonson is a delightful novel that takes place in modern day Britain, but has old world charm. When Major Pettigrew's brother dies suddenly, it... Read more
|Fiction Book Reviews |
Reviews of the hottest fiction are all here. Find out about bestselling fiction in a variety of categories.
Spring Feng Shui Fashion for Your Home
The feng shui home trends for this spring are based on the same foundation as they are every year - a clutter-free, clean space with a fresh sense of renewal.... Read more
|Feng Shui for Clutter Clearing A Shared Home |
Getting rid of your clutter is no walk in the park. I know. I have worked with many feng shui clients over the years, and the issue of clutter clearing... Read more
|How Do You Find the Bagua Center of An Irregular Shape House? |
If you have difficulties with defining the bagua of an irregular shape house, as well as finding the center of your home bagua, our feng shui forum discussion will help... Read more
|Improve Your Health |
Feng Shui has a variety of tips to help you improve your health. From feng shui tips to clear your clutter to feng shui tips for kitchen and bathroom; from bedroom feng shui to feng shui color tips, it is all here for you. Watch our short feng shui video tips and start creating a healthy feng shui home today!
"What’s your favourite scary movie?
Scre4m is due to hit cinemas in April this year, Wes Craven’s latest teen slasher vehicle, driven at the helm by a cast of old survivors - on screen spouses Courtney Cox’s Gale Weathers and David Arquette’s Dewey Riley, and of course the toughest victim to kill Neve Campbell as Sidney Prescott. What makes Scre4m a cut above the other three Scream’s perhaps is the arrival of new blood; including Emma Roberts as Sidney’s hapless cousin Jill, Hayden Panettiere as Kirby Reed, and Rory Culkin as Charlie Walker. From the outset, the draw of the new blood appears to be a re-working of old successful characters from the previous three movies. However Scre4m isn’t a remake, far from it, the movie is most definitely a sequel to Scream 3 and deliberately takes on the horror genre’s recent bout of remaking yet not re-imagined classics. Scre4m seems to be taking the franchise further down the path of what horror sequels can achieve.
With the movie poster’s tag line declaring ‘New Decade, New Rules’, the bar has been raised to what we can expect from the latest instalment from the Craven empire. Welcoming back Kevin Williamson on screenplay duties, having written the first two Scream’s and with Ehren Kruger taking over on the third, it appears that Scre4m is also returning to its origins, in front and behind the camera. Classic horror movie dynamics are now broken, changed and manipulated to mark new beginnings for the teen slasher genre, bringing it into the new decade. So the question is will a fourth instalment putting void to all previous rules be a welcome return to a franchise that relied so heavily on the loyal audiences’ and character’s knowledge of horror codes?
Scre4m is also about passing the torch from the old to the new, with the new victims (Culkin, Roberts and Panettiere) enlisted to bring a fresher and younger audience to the franchise, with many of Scream’s original fans now well above the average age of the teen slasher market. What can be said about the much hyped trailer and anticipated release is that whilst Craven is making a conscious effort to turn the teen genre on its head - paving the way for new codes, expectations and parodies to be followed, (now virgins can die!) he’s actually reinventing the genre and allowing it to start all over again, without remaking it. What’s always been of great interest in a genre where the killer always has a motive that’s usually explained away in the closing third is that in the Scream franchise, the killer is never the same. So with new rules, new victims and possibly the start of a new trilogy, which character will the killer be this time?