2013 Feng Shui Warnings

2013 Feng Shui Warnings

Feng shui in the Year of the Snake poses some severe challenges. In my 2013 Feng Shui Forecast, I wrote that children are under an influence that can cause them harm – particularly from metal – like guns, cars or knives. But that’s not the only concern we have in 2013, but it is among the most sensitive.

Does Your Love Life Affect Your Finances? Feng Shui Says Money and Sex are Linked

Use Feng Shui to Boost the Romantic Quotient in Your Bedroom

No matter whether it’s the year of the dragon, the horse, or the sheep, the philosophical principles of feng shui can add harmony to your interior design — and even inject a new spirit of romance. Feng shui is the Chinese art of determining the most propitious design of a room or building (and the placement of objects within) so that maximum harmony is achieved between the environment and the user. The term comes from the Chinese words “feng” (wind) and “shui” (water).

Feng Shui for Betrayal, Jealousy and Deceit -- 9 Ways to Protect Yourself and Your Name

Feng Shui for Betrayal, Jealousy and Deceit — 9 Ways to Protect Yourself and Your Name

It’s frustrating when you become ill and annoying when finances are tight, but few things compare to the feeling of betrayal by a friend or the hurt that comes when someone has attacked your character or maligned you in some way. When a friend lets you down, the feeling of shock and disappointment can be hard to bounce back from.

The Feng Shui of the Marriage of Kate Middleton and Prince William

The wedding of England’s Prince William and fiancé Kate Middleton is the kind of fairytale that can buoy a world weary of conflict in the Middle East, devastation and nuclear catastrophe in Japan and a continuing conflict in Afghanistan. A wedding is a joyous event that portends hope and celebrates a couple’s commitment to each other, something that is a foundation of family and society.

Riding the White Tiger -- Protecting and Honoring Your Yin Energy

Riding the White Tiger — Protecting and Honoring Your Yin Energy

The White Tiger in feng shui represents the west or right hand side of our homes (as you look out the front door). The White Tiger is associated with courage, protection and dignity. The White Tiger brings good luck and fortune when it is represented by a small rise on the right side of the house and is most often associated with the compass direction of west. It is the yin to a dragon’s yang. The White Tiger protects a home from negative forces and is sometimes associated with wealth.