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Colors and Feng Shui

Colors and Feng Shui

Color is such an integral part of life.  We use it to describe many facets of our life, from physical characteristics, health and attitudes, to emotions and spiritual experiences. We have all heard these expressions: “I am tickled pink” “He was green with envy”...
Creating Successful Relationships

Creating Successful Relationships

Feng Shui is helpful in creating good interpersonal relationships and smoothing out tensions between relationships with those people you live and work with. Goodwill created between co-workers, colleagues, friends and family is a foundation for teamwork at the office...

Feng Shui & Your Health

Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese art of balancing energy in our environment. The environment we live in has a tremendous effect on our lives, more than we realize. The ancient mystics knew that we lived in a vibrational universe and that we are energy. Some...
Feng Shui and Dowsing

Feng Shui and Dowsing

Some Feng Shui consultants use dowsing as a tool to help with recurring issues. After a systematic approach to Feng Shui has been applied, but the problem persists or lingers, I look at the earth and land based situations. Geopathic stress may cause the...
Feng Shui and House Numbers

Feng Shui and House Numbers

Numbers are an integral part of our everyday life. On a day to day basis, we use numbers for measurement and quantity. Some people consider numbers as another form of communication.  Numbers can communicate to us how long, wide or deep an area is. On a more...

Feng Shui and Sound

The Chinese symbol for Feng Shui is made of 2 characters, “feng” meaning water and “shui” meaning wind. To us these are ordinary elements, yet when we think about it, they are very indispensable for planetary life. In this blog we will be...

Feng Shui and the Chakras

The work I am sharing today was written by a colleague, BJ Gorman. The title of her book is “The Ch’i of Body and Place, Linking the Chakras with the Bagua Map”. In her book BJ states that each Gua, or area and section of the Feng Shui energetic map, correlates to a...
Feng Shui and the Energetic Chart – Part 2

Feng Shui and the Energetic Chart – Part 2

In Part 1 of this series on the Lo Shu Square, I wrote about the history and description of the Lo Shu Square. I explained how each area of the Lo Shu Square corresponds to a human aspiration. The Square is a 3×3 grid area, the square serves as an energetic...
Feng Shui and the Energy Chart – Part 1

Feng Shui and the Energy Chart – Part 1

The Energetic Map used in Feng Shui is called the Lo Shu Square. It is also referred to as the Magic Square. The Lo Shu Square is a method in which a nine-sector grid is superimposed on the floor plan of the home or space. It is a three-by-three-grid that is said to...
Feng Shui and the Energy of Wealth

Feng Shui and the Energy of Wealth

Wealth through Feng Shui is a subject that is heavily commercialized and exaggerated. It is not really about extra cash and a windfall. Wealth and Abundance energy in Feng Shui is more about fostering the energy of Prosperity. The dictionary defines Prosperity as...

Feng Shui and the Five Element Theory

The Five Element Theory is one of the cornerstones of Classical Feng Shui and Chinese Metaphysics. In addition to the Five Element Theory, a practitioner creates balance by using the Yin and Yang Theory, the Bagua, and the Lo Shu Square. There is a symbiotic...

Feng Shui and The Four Celestial Guardians

Animals have been highly regarded by all cultures from the beginning of time.  History shows us many examples of this symbiotic relationship. Before the written word was available to everyone, animals were used as symbols to embody certain characteristics in...

Feng Shui and the Water Element

Water is one of the most important elements in Feng Shui.  In the Chinese alphabet, the character for Feng means “Air” and Shui means “Water.” One of the basic principles in Feng Shui is the Five Element Theory. The five elements are wood,...

Feng Shui and Transcendental Cures

Transcendental cures are spiritual and time honored practices that enhance the effect of ordinary cures. Transcendental cures go beyond the realm of understanding, they are intangible and invisible. One form of transcendental cure is the House and Land Blessing. ...

Feng Shui for the Holidays

The holidays and the end of the year is a time for reflection and a time to look forward to the new year. During this time of the year there are many social events; these events can place a burden on our energy. How we approach our decorating will help balance the...
Feng Shui for the New Year

Feng Shui for the New Year

It is important to prepare for the New Year with hope, clarity and positive energy. This positive energy can set the tone for the New Year and help you stay on track with your goals. As we continue the holiday season, it is a good practice to review and celebrate our...
Feng Shui Insights

Feng Shui Insights

The energy in every environment changes on a yearly basis. What was a great energy area this year could become a space of bad energy next year. The energy changes become apparent around the Chinese New Year, celebrated in late January or early February. The moon cycle...
Feng Shui Tips for Love

Feng Shui Tips for Love

There are a few areas in the home that are important to help the emergy of love flow into your life. Entrance –  It is important to have a clean and welcoming entrance. The front door is the mouth of Chi, where you welcome opportunities. Relationship Area...

Health and Vitality in Feng Shui

In the questionnaire that I ask my clients to fill out, good health is among the top of their concerns.  The Family and Health Area of any space is located in the East and in the Center. There is a good reason why this area of the home should never be ignored...
History and Present Time Feng Shui

History and Present Time Feng Shui

Feng Shui origin dates back thousands of years ago. Some historians say 4,000 years, others say 6,000 years ago. There is archeological evidence found in China of dwelling orientation, mosaic designs and graves that followed early Feng Shui principles. In those days,...
Holiday Dining & Feng Shui

Holiday Dining & Feng Shui

Creating balance in the dining room is essential for the enjoyment of a good meal. Feng Shui can help create abundant energy in this area of the home. As the holidays are upon us it is especially important to practice some basic and simple steps. Start clearing...
Holiday Season Ch’i

Holiday Season Ch’i

Feng Shui defines techniques to strengthen and boost the positive energy, or ch’i,  in your surroundings, and create peace and happiness, offering one health and motivation to realize one’s aspirations. Feng Shui is not only the proper placement of items,...