Kathryn Weber has over 20+ years of feng shui study, practice and professional consultation. Her witty, no-nonsense style appeals to audiences, making her a popular speaker and radio show guest. She is often called on by media to explain feng shui in down-to-earth terms, and has been featured in Seventeen, First for Women, Faces, Conceive, Martial Arts Professional, and Natural Health magazines, and on websites around the world.

6 Tips for Good Swimming Pool Feng Shui

by Kathryn  Weber Swimming pools are a wonderful addition to any home. They create an instant place for fun, relaxation, and exercise. Plus, water is extremely beneficial in any landscape. However, in feng shui, swimming pools can be a negative influence if they’re positioned poorly or are too large, for example. That’s because swimming pools…

Feng Shui Water Features that Refresh and Attract Health and Wealth

by Kathryn Weber Water features are one of the best ways to activate your home’s feng shui. Few hotels or shopping malls today operate without having some kind of bubbling fountain that’s at once relaxing for patrons and stimulates the whole space with excellent chi. Seeing water is immediately soothing, and that’s why so many…

Feng Shui and Increasing Breadwinner & Prosperity Chi – A Story of One Man’s Efforts to Be Recognized for What He Earned

By Kathryn Weber In feng shui there is a special respect that is given to wealth, abundance and material assets. In particular, that respect should also be conferred on the breadwinner. Lots of people worry whether their personal feng shui is being favored over a mate’s, but what’s most important is who makes the money…

How Roads and Streets Affect Your Home’s Feng Shui

By Kathryn Weber When feng shui originated several thousand years ago, it took into account the effects of landmarks such as lakes, rivers, ponds, mountains, hills and various environmental considerations when determining the benefit or impact of feng shui on a home or building. Today, it’s much the same but in addition to natural landmarks,…

The Patio Repair – The Feng Shui Fix for a Missing Corner

By Kathryn Weber The square and rectangle are considered two of the most auspicious shapes in feng shui. Rectangles represent growth and are considered to be very auspicious shapes, with its upward  shape representing a tree. The square represents the grounding element of earth, and is considered the most beneficial shape for building houses. But few…