Posts Tagged ‘Fire element’
Summer, ruled by Fire energy in Feng Shui, has always been my most favorite season, as for most people, I assume (I just searched for the most popular season and I wasn't able to find any poll results!) Not only is school out, but our schedules shift and we are able to enjoy most ...Read more.
Adding Fire to your garden is the final way of creating a Feng Shui space. You can use flowers or objects with red or bright orange colors, pointy shapes, such as zig zag patterns, star or triangular shapes. But my favorite way of incorporating Fire is with fire pits, fireplaces, and pagodas (which, in there ...Read more.
This blog post is a continuation of "Front Door Direction for Your Business" where I covered the East direction. As I explained, the direction your front door faces has significance to the success of your business. How do you figure out which direction your front door faces? There are several ways: use a compass, being ...Read more.
According to Feng Shui, the colors in this space scream FIRE! The Fire element has a lot of energy – very yang, very active and enthusiastic. Just the emotions that you want prospective real estate clients to have! This office space is the marketing area of the Land Securities UK office. It overlooks a new ...Read more.
I wouldn’t recommend it if you were my client. That is, not without some renovations. Although it is brand new, has a great view of the harbor, and has a commanding presence, there are problems with the siting and style of the home. Despite the look of grandeur that the style is trying to convey, ...Read more.
Bathrooms can be a difficult room in Feng Shui. Since they have a lot of water and drains, they can represent diminished energy in an area or multiple areas of your life that correspond to the Feng Shui Bagua (a tool used by Feng Shui practitioners with nine boxes that correspond to life’s main concerns ...Read more.
Does this sound like your household? Certainly, doesn’t sound like mine at the moment! With all the extra “things” that we have to do—like shopping, card-writing, wrapping, decorating, cleaning, baking, cooking, attending parties, and, of course, work—it’s hard to find the time to fit it all in. It’s easy to get stressed out. So, this ...Read more.