Posts Tagged ‘Bagua’
1. Plain and simple: We don't see our own stuff. We become anesthetized to our own homes. We don't "see" the pile of clutter next to our bed or the blocking wall when we walk into our house. We are so used to these issues, we no longer see them. A feng shui consultant ...Read more.
Ever wonder why you get confused when you read about Feng Shui? One book talks about directions, another about symbolism, and still another about arrangement by your front door. Feng Shui was started over 4,000 years ago in China. Ever since, it has evolved and taken on different perspectives and ideas. There are many ...Read more.
I truly believe that our homes are a reflection of what is going on inside ourselves. I see it over and over again. Where there is imbalance with my clients, there is an imbalance in the home. One area that I speak about often is the Romance & Relationship area. (See how you can ...Read more.
Feng Shui is scientific. And it's also intuitive. My training has been in both sides and I use both in my consultations. I have trained in Classical or traditional Feng Shui – including both Form and Compass Schools – which is a more scientific approach. I use a compass to determine the facing and ...Read more.
Here in the Northeast, the snow has finally melted! I can actually see my lawn! And guess what…the crocuses and hyacinths have just started coming up! Yes, it's still February, but Mother Nature started preparing for the spring as soon as the winter set in. Feng Shui cosmology teaches us that even in the darkest ...Read more.
Feng Shui has two ways of analyzing the layout of a building. A modern approach uses what we call "3-Door Entry" which positions the Bagua (a map of 9 life aspirations) at the front door, always in the same position. A more traditional approach, used in Classical Feng Shui is using compass directions. I ...Read more.
Did you know that the placement of a swimming pool can either be beneficial or destructive to your property's chi? Don't worry! If your pool is not placed in the "right" area, you can resolve it by using the 5 element theory. According to modernized Feng Shui, the best place for a pool would be ...Read more.
Understand how clutter is blocking your way to success and your future “I don’t have clutter. I just have a lot of things that are important to me.” “This stuff isn’t clutter. They hold a lot of memories for me.” “Clutter is useless stuff. These are my valuable collections.” If this is you, you might ...Read more.
The Feng Shui Bagua is a symbolic tool used by many Feng Shui practitioners to help determine areas within a client's home that needs addressing. In the more modernized approach of Feng Shui, orienting the Bagua to your home is fairly simple. I will show you how to do it here: Download a colorful ...Read more.
Everywhere I go lately, I find that there are a lot of people recently laid off: networking meetings, workshops, and even on Twitter! Although this is definitely an undesirable situation to be in, I do believe events have a purpose. Many years ago, I was laid off with the rest of my department. It was ...Read more.