Stephanie Bennett Vogt is New England's leading space clearing expert. She brings over 35 years of experience to the teaching and consulting practice she founded in 1996 helping homes and people come into balance. Stephanie teaches her clearing programmes at centres worldwide and writes a column for the Huffington Post and is a #1 top-selling course contributor for DailyOM. Stephanie lives with her husband of twenty-six years in Concord, MA.
Your Spacious Self is a true gem. Stephanie Bennett Vogt's
kind, wise, and honest teachings will guide and keep by you for a
long time. Her clearing practices are worth the price of the book.
I highly recommend it. -Marilyn Paul, Ph.D., author,
international bestseller It's Hard to Make a Difference When You
Can't Find Your Keys: The Seven Step Path to Becoming Truly
Organized; www.marilynpaul.com-- "Reviews"
Your Spacious Self transformed my understanding of 'tidying up.' Never before did I view external clutter as a pathway to internal growth, as stuck energy, and as something that was separating me from my true essence. Before you tackle another closet, read this book! --Susan Page, bestselling author of Why Talking is Not Enough-- "Reviews"
Don't miss Stephanie Bennett Vogt's newly revised edition of Your Spacious Self, inspiring a unique approach to addressing the 'clutter' that permeates our inner and outer worlds. Stephanie is the real deal and masterfully guides us through a process that allows us to be fully present and joyfully connected - even in our most challenging moments. The tools shared are simple - the results are profound and will transform your life in the most unexpected ways. Enjoy! -Amy Mims, Director, The New England School of Feng Shui-- "Reviews"
Homes are like bodies. All they need is a little daily care to support well being to last a lifetime. And nobody shows you how to do this better than Stephanie Bennett Vogt. -Miriam Nelson, Ph.D., international bestselling author of the Strong Women books-- "Reviews"
Stephanie Bennett Vogt's book is an enlightening combination of wisdom, humor, and common sense. It takes those daily (and sometimes annoying) tasks in home tending and transforms them into an experience that will open your heart and feed your soul. -Arielle Ford, author Wabi Sabi Love-- "Reviews"