by Kathryn Weber When stable financial income and opportunity are present, it helps you build a life for yourself. This kind of energy is related to a successful and well-balanced north corner. In feng shui, the north is the corner that is associated with longevity, career advancement and business opportunity. It’s also the corner that…
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.
Next to the front door, the bedroom is the single most important room in the house. These common feng shui bedroom decorating mistakes can create problems in your health, your money and your relationships.
The placement of artwork has implications on what happens in your life and how you view yourself, if money is a problem or if your health suffers. Why? Because what you see is often what you get in life. Feng shui for the images in your home.
by Kathryn Weber A beautiful, inviting entrance is the first point of entry for chi and opportunity in feng shui. When you have an entrance that’s appealing, it’s a statement to all who visit your home. It’s also an opportunity to create a warm and welcome feeling when you enter your house. In feng shui,…
The bed is a critical piece your ability to be rested and supported as you sleep, and indeed, your life. When the headboard of your bed is compromised, it will create problems for you in your life in your relationships, health and difficulties with money, and even getting proper rest. Many beds simply don’t have a headboard at all, and this gives the sleeper absolutely no support.
Feng shui is often thought of as a decorating concept, thanks in large part to it so often being referred to as the Chinese “art of placement.” To many people this is much like the Japanese flower arranging, called ikebana. This art is about the arrangement of the flowers, their balance, color, and texture. Many people think this is true of feng shui, only with furnishings. But, there’s so much more to it than mere arrangement.
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No one lives in a vacuum, and that means we change from year to year. One of the critical components of classical Chinese feng shui is the understanding that feng shui also changes from year to year. That’s why one year is great and the next might tank. It’s one of the reasons many people follow and practice classical Chinese feng shui — it helps them to understand why things change from year to year and why things happen in their lives the way they do.
The dragon is a mythical and much beloved symbol in China. The powerful dragon can be seen adorning everything from walls and sculptures to chopsticks and fabrics. A dragon is one of the earliest symbols of male, yang, energy and fertility.
by Kathryn Weber Working with clients, companies, homeowners and readers for as long as I have, there are a number of questions that I’m asked about working with clients and their feng shui. These are some of the most common questions that I’ve been asked over the years. Who is your favorite kind of client?…