Posts Tagged ‘chi’
The level and type of chi that is sent to your house is important for all aspects of your life. It represents opportunities – job offers, new relationships, friends, good health, etc. The type of road you live on affects the type and amount of chi that you and your family can access. Working ...Read more.
The structure of the home represents our bodies. If there is good flow in the home, chances are there is good flow of chi in the body. Hallways are like arteries and veins, distributing the good chi into the home and allowing poor chi to disseminate. Long hallways – Some homes have long hallways ...Read more.
That's right. Feng Shui will not improve your harmony, happiness and success, even though many articles (and many of my own) claim it to be so. Why would I say that, you ask? How could I say that, when I'm a consultant and earn my living from Feng Shui? How would I dare say ...Read more.
The basic concepts of Feng Shui are found in Chinese philosophy: yin & yang, the concept of chi, and the 5 natural element theory. By understanding these primary concepts you will have a basic knowledge of how Feng Shui works. Here is a brief explanation of these concepts: Yin & Yang You have probably read ...Read more.
Inspired by a blog this morning, I decided to write about my favorite coffee shop in town. The Tic Toc Cafe in St. James is great. Great coffee, amazing food (you have to try their Avocado Wrap – it’s sinful!), and wonderful people that I know on a first-name basis. Nearly every morning, I see ...Read more.
New York City has been known as the “Capital of the World.” Its most famous borough, Manhattan, is the epicenter. It’s no wonder, to Feng Shui experts, how Manhattan has become so prosperous. Early settlers selected Manhattan for its deep rivers and harbor which allowed easy access for trading, transportation, and defense. Without ever hearing ...Read more.
If you are like many home sellers, you wonder how you will ever sell your home in the current marketplace. Feng Shui can help! Read the following tips to reduce the amount of time your home is on the market: Curb Appeal: A logical first step in selling a home is determining and improving its ...Read more.