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…

10 Ways to Use Feng Shui Faceted Crystals for Love, Luck, and Money

By Kathryn Weber In feng shui there are few things as ubiquitous as faceted crystals. They’re seen everywhere in feng shui shops, Chinese emporiums, gift shops and decor stores. Known as a great all-around cure, faceted crystals can be used in a variety of ways and settings to either enhance your feng shui or as…