Feng Shui for Women Business Owners and Entrepreneurs | 8 Tips to Energize, Empower and Earn More

by Kathryn Weber There’s a lot of talk about women entrepreneurs and business owners these days, but do they have special feng shui needs? Absolutely. Women are opening businesses at a record pace. They account for $1.9 trillion dollars in sales, and they employ almost 8 million people (NAWBO.com). Yet, female entrepreneurs are less likely…

The Value of Metal — 7 Ways to Tap Feng Shui’s Element of Prosperity and Prestige

In feng shui, metal is the element you don’t often hear much discussion about. Most often metal is regarded as a cure for negative energies, especially earth afflictions such as the 5 Yellow and Black 2 that cause both illness and financial difficulties.

Happy at Work – How to Use Feng Shui for Better, More Harmonious Work Relationships

Happy at Work – How to Use Feng Shui for Better, More Harmonious Work Relationships

In today’s right sized, merged and acquired workplaces, not to mention dismal job outlook reports in the news, it’s hard to find much to be excited or positive about in the office. It’s put a lot of people on edge – and that edge shows up in our work relationships. From snippy coworkers to overbearing bosses, to the downers that pull everyone into a depressing funk or the side-winders who slink in to hiss out some unverified piece of gossip, it’s all we can do to remain calm and carry on.

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…

Feng Shui For Writers - 6 Tips For More Successful Publishing

Feng Shui For Writers – 6 Tips For More Successful Publishing

Writers are a special group. They work to draw up large, tottering buckets from their creative wells and pour out new characters, ideas, situations, and images to delight, inspire, and transform their readers. But what happens to the well when the environment doesn’t support writers? It dries up. Or, worse still, only provides just enough creativity to make the writer confused and uncertain about where to go next.