The 6 Critical Differences Between Classical Feng Shui and Western Black Feng Shui | Confessions of a Former Black Hat Practitioner

The 6 Critical Differences Between Classical Feng Shui and Western Black Feng Shui  | Confessions of a Former Black Hat Practitioner By Kathryn Weber 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,…

Feng Shui 2016 Presidential Election Prediction — Who Wins?

Please note that the following evaluation is based solely on feng shui and not my personal opinion. In November 2016, Americans will go to the polls and elect a new president. Although for some folks, a feng shui prediction on the likelihood of either Trump or Clinton being elected is akin to reading tea leaves, it’s nonetheless a fun way to look at the two candidates running for the top job in the country and see how each fares energetically.

Feng Shui Says Use Neko Cats for Wealth, Protection and Good Fortune

As a feng shui symbol, the Neko kitty is a little less traditional but offers thoroughly wonderful feng shui because of its delightful charming qualities. The ever popular waving kitty is a fun and enchanting symbol meant to grab the attention of the passerby to come into a business. Even though feng shui originated in China, the “Maneki Neko” cats seen in so many Asian businesses originated in Japan.

Feng Shui Your Whole House from the Living Room

No other room in the house offers the feng shui potential that the living room does. This room is central to family life and to feng shui. When it comes to feng shui, no other room can compare to the living room. That’s because the living room is the ONE room in the house that can be activated according to all nine sectors of the bagua or lo shu square — making this a very important room, indeed.

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).

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.

The Danger of Peach A Feng Shui Color Warning

The Danger of Peach A Feng Shui Color Warning

The peach is a highly symbolic fruit in Chinese society and the Taoist religion. The plant is imbued with immortality and the wood is thought to keep away evil spirits and entities. The peach flower is also believed to be able to entrance men. Its petals were thought to possess the ability to cast a romantic spell on them and as such is seen as a romantic symbol by the Chinese.