When you experience little or no growth in your life, it could be because the growth portion of your home is blocked, impeding your progress. This podcast specifically addresses the wood energy of the east and southeast. Listen to this episode!
5 MINUTE FENG SHUI PODCAST
We all want to improve our lives, right? Whether it’s more money, more love, better health, we just want….more. And we want it to be good.
What if things are already great? Who says it can’t be better still.
Katie Weber has been publishing the Red Lotus Letter Feng Shui e-Zine for over 19 years, and now she’s bringing all her tips and easy to implement ideas to a brand new podcast.
Listeners will hear about ways to improve their love lives, their finances, including bringing in more money to their lives, and how to create a life and lifestyle they love.
Each podcast is just long enough to listen on the way to run errands, wait for your kids at soccer practice, or just enjoy with a cup of coffee in the morning, and at the end of each episode, you’ll get 3 tips that will usually only take you 5 minutes to complete. How easy is that?
If you’ve been wanting a change in your life, to become unstuck and feel like you’re moving forward again, Enter 5 Minute Feng Shui.
Feng shui is often used to improve your life in love, money, and happiness. But what about when you have a problem, like feeling your life never grows or improves, or if you have an addiction? There are ways to use feng shui to help you move past trauma, manage self-defeating behaviors, and see your life’s circumstances change becoming more positive and rewarding. Listen to this episode!
Originally used as temples for the practice of devotion and enlightenment, pagodas are prized and auspicious figures for desks and homes. They may be placed in your home or office for protection or as a symbol of rising fortunes, whether through study or professional advancement. In feng shui pagodas are synonymous with education. Dutiful Asian parents often display them on their children’s desks to promote good study habits and for scholastic success. But the pagoda is also a symbol of protection and enhancement. Listen to this episode!
Tired of take out or frozen dinners for one? Or you might be ready to go on a date with someone instead of a movie for one. Maybe you don’t know how to meet someone after a long relationship has ended. The good news is that the Chinese New Year is an auspicious time to begin the New Year with an eye toward the future – and that includes the future of your love life! Regardless of your relationship status, now’s a great time to use feng shui and spur the romantic energies of the lunar New Year to help
Lunar New Year: As part of preparing for the Lunar New Year, many Asians and Chinese prepare their home as they would for an important guest, taking time to do a thorough decluttering of old items, giving their home a deep cleaning, and adding auspicious decorations such as flowers and oranges. The home is given a thorough going-over to rid the house of old energy and prepare it for the new energy of the New Year. Listen to this episode!
The Year of the Tiger is coming and with it will be sweeping change. The big, yang water energy that comes in like the tiger will make everyone sit up and take notice, just as you would if a grand tiger came striding into the room. The tiger is a solitary creature by nature, and like water which is represented by the number one, this is a combination of energies that can bring major shifts. Life is about to swiftly change and open up again after feeling slammed shut the past two years. Listen to this episode!
The third sign of the Chinese Zodiac, the tiger is a symbol of passion, power, and growth. Although it is represented by the late winter, the tiger is the first sign of spring, when buds and green grass bursts forth from the ground, and so, too, does the tiger. Listen to this episode!
Holidays are special times to gather family and friends together to enjoy festivities, gifts, and special foods. This is especially true at Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa when we seek to share the bounty of the year by giving gifts and celebrating with those closest to us. It is a fun and beautiful time of year when homes and shops are decorated in glittering lights and bountiful greenery. Decorating for the holidays is also great feng shui because it puts attention – and intention – on your home. Listen to this episode!
Creating good feng shui that promotes wealth, happiness, and opportunities can extend way beyond your front door or the way you arrange your bedroom. Feng shui can be incorporated in the accessories in your home to the car and clothing colors you select. Once I began making feng shui my lifestyle, I noticed that make those choices made more of a positive impact. Listen to this episode!
Good feng shui at Thanksgiving allows involves showing gratitude and thanks for those who are important in your life. Your spouse, children, parents, siblings, close friends, and neighbors. There is no better way to have good feng shui during the holidays than to connect with those who matter to you most in a grateful and thankful manner! Listen to this episode!