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Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Karen Andersen of Designed for Prosperity

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Seattle, WA -- It is a fact that our lives are filled with clutter, and that clutter can impact us in many different ways, including our finances and our relationships. Clutter holds a heavy energy that prevents us from even wanting to clear it. We adjust to the clutter when we ought to be focusing on removing it from our lives.

In order to effectively remove this clutter from our lives, we must first appreciate the importance of energy flow. Karen Andersen, founder of Designed for Prosperity, specializes in the ancient practice of Vastu to align you, your home and your business to the forces of nature.

Karen explains, “Vastu is like yoga for your home or business. It brings beauty and balance to a person’s life, relieving their stress and increasing their productivity.”

Vastu first began in India over 7,000 years ago as an architectural method for designing temples and cities. Like Feng Shui, the goal of Vastu is to remove energy blocks in a structure and improve the flow of energy throughout the building so its occupants can feel more comfortable, more prosperous, successful and healthier. After a simple Vastu consultation, people usually sleep better, have more focus and procrastinate less often.

“People can and do sense the energy in a room,” explains Karen. “After I clear and correct the energy flow in your home or business, you will feel like you are swimming with the current instead of fighting against it.”

Once the energy in a home is properly aligned, this will help make life easier, smoother and more graceful. It can welcome new unexpected opportunities and bring harmony back to your relationships.

“I’m grateful that I can affect positive change in people’s lives by helping to reduce stress in their homes or work environments,” says Karen.