By Kathryn Weber The west corner is the feng shui corner that is most related to children. However, it’s also about family. The west corner is situated where children are typically placed – between parents. As the corner that sits between the mother (southwest) and the father (northwest), this corner is watched over by parental…
By Kathryn Weber In our fast-paced living environment, it’s easy for kids to have a hard time winding down enough to be able to learn. For the mind to be able to focus, it’s important for the learning environment to support the ability to concentrate. Nowhere is that more important than in the classroom. At…
Increasingly, parents are going beyond the traditional coordinated “theme” rooms and incorporating feng shui to ensure baby not only has an attractive, but also harmonious, environment. Feng shui helps create a haven that helps baby feel comforted and nurtured, as well as stimulated enough so that they thrive.
When it comes to places that increase our odds of getting pregnant, many of us probably think more about the doctor’s office than we do our own home. But just as you look for underlying medical reasons that might impair fertility, you might want to examine your home to see if it supports conception.
Today, feng shui is used for everything from arranging office cubicles to gaining more recognition at work to helping aspiring writers become more prolific. But what if what you want is a baby? When you are trying to conceive, feng shui can be another tool in your fertility arsenal.
There are few urges as strong as the parenting urge to want to see our children do well in life. Unfortunately, with the strong pull of media and social pressures, it’s easy to lose your way as a parent and succumb to those pressures.
The peach is a highly symbolic fruit in Chinese society and the Taoist religion. The plant is imbued with immortality and the wood is thought to keep away evil spirits and entities. The peach flower is also believed to be able to entrance men. Its petals were thought to possess the ability to cast a romantic spell on them and as such is seen as a romantic symbol by the Chinese.
Feng shui is a wonderful way to create improvements in your life simply by aligning the items in your bedroom. These can include your bed, your desk or computer, even your stereo. Properly aligned, you can expect to see improvements in your relationships, your studies, and your health. You might even find a new love as a result! Use these tips to get your room in harmony with your life.
Getting ready for a new baby requires a lot of thought and planning about everything from what diapers the baby will wear down to the decoration and arrangement of baby’s room. Today’s parents want to create a haven for their little one that will help their baby feel comforted and nurtured, as well as stimulated enough so that they thrive. Increasingly, parents are going beyond the traditional coordinated “theme” rooms and incorporating feng shui to ensure baby not only has an attractive, but also harmonious, environment.
Back To School Feng Shui-How Rearranging Your Child’s Room Can Create Greater Success This School Year
Every school year parents and students dutifully trudge through the malls in search of the perfect sneaker or the cool new outfit for the coming school year. However, it’s unlikely that the new shoe or shirt will benefit them as much as a new design in the bedroom. That’s because a bedroom makeover will create new interest and energy – what feng shui calls “chi” – in the bedroom that will benefit a child.