Understanding Feng Shui Annual Afflictions

by Kathryn Weber Understanding feng shui means understanding that energy moves and changes within an environment, and that the environment affects each individual’s success, career, health, and relationships. Because the world isn’t stagnant and, in fact, the entire universe is expanding, contracting, much like a living being, energy within the universe — or a space…

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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.

The Feng Shui of Debt

Everyone says that money doesn’t buy happiness, and it doesn’t. It just buys everything else. Money is a type of energy that, like food, when it’s in an abundant supply, we are usually happy. Unless you have debt. In that case, the worry, dread and fear can sometimes build up. Here’s some ideas about the feng shui of debt and ways to help you speed up getting out of the hole and over to the plus side on the accounting sheet.

7 Reasons Why Your Feng Shui Is Not Working

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.

Feng Shui and the 5 Yellow Affliction | 7 Tips for Preventing Injury, Illness and Financial Problems

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.