PODCAST EPISODE 44: The Two Types of Feng Shui

There’s a lot of confusion around feng shui, with much of the confusion centering around directions. The most common type of feng shui practiced in America, and much of the west, is called Black Hat Sect. It’s also sometimes called Western feng shui. The type practiced in Asia is called traditional or classical Chinese feng shui. This podcast episode covers the main differences and my personal experience with both.

The Value of the Yin Experience — Getting More Done by Doing Nothing

OK. You’re busy. You’ve got stuff to get done. Did you know that doing nothing could actually help you get more accomplished? It’s true. Sometimes the way to get more work cranked out is to stop working. If you think about what it takes to accomplish things and be productive, you’ll realize that it also takes a lack of activity to make the time you spend producing to actually be more productive.

Hotel Room Feng Shui

By Kathryn Weber Just because you’re on the road, traveling for business or headed off for a long-awaited vacation doesn’t mean you have to give up on your feng shui. If you’re used to living in a comfortable, clean and organized environment that has good feng shui, you’ll want to stay in hotel room that…

PODCAST EPISODE 36: Metal Element for Prosperity

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 that cause both illness and financial difficulties. But metal is a wonderful element that when activated properly can bring patronage luck – the “who you know” kind of energy that separates truly successful people from those with just average success – heaven energy and power, and the all-important water of wealth.