Where Is The Best Place To Keep Ashes After Cremation?

Nancy Dadami
6 min readMar 18, 2021
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This is a question I get asked often, “Where is the best place in my home to keep the ashes of a deceased pet or person?” Most people are surprised by my answer.

Your home tells a story about you. As a Feng Shui Detective, I read the energy of you, your floor plan, and your space for clues to the problems you are experiencing.

Here is a recent case.

The phone rang it was Kim, asking about possible reasons her house was not selling. There was beauty in every room, the floorplan flowed nicely between rooms, It had been professionally staged, and it had a great area for a home office.

Dozens of people had toured Kim’s house and yet there were no offers. Kim did not want to lower the price again. Real estate was hot in the area and most houses had multiple offers. Why not Kim’s.

I knew it had something to do with the energy flow in her home.

During the consultation, I discovered Kim’s home had areas of yin (slow-moving) energy. Her personal energy was slow-moving too due to her stress and frustration from lookers but no offers on her home.

The detective in me was looking for clues, energy clues to solve this problem. Energy is constantly moving throughout you and your space. The energy keeps moving and must flow smoothly to support your happiness and well-being.

When energy flow slows down or gets stuck you can experience loss of vitality or money, communication problems, illness, or a sense of being blocked from moving forward.

There was too much slow-moving (yin) energy in Kim’s home. I also noticed that her personal energy (chi) was low.

She was selling the home where she raised her children, built a life with her husband, and nursed him through his final days.

Although she wanted to start a new part of her life she was also trying to let go and process the time spent in her home with her family.

It had been ten years since her husband’s passing and Kim kept his ashes in a special place in her home.

Although she wanted to start a new part of her life she was also trying to let go and process the time spent in her home with her…

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Nancy Dadami

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