If you’re confused by feng shui and about how to assign the corners of your home, you’ll be happy to know that there is a secret weapon in the feng shui arsenal: the compass. Some feng shui experts recommend locating all the sectors of your home by orienting off the door to the room, or the direction of the house by assigning the front as north. This can often be confusing because there may be more than one entryway to a room, and what if your front door actually faces west or 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.
There are two elements that are key in feng shui: Fire and Water. The importance of water has been covered at length, but the element of fire is often overlooked, though it shouldn’t be. Fire is an essential element and brings many benefits. It keeps us warm and cooks our food. The color of fire is red and the color red activates, effectively turning the power on to wherever it’s used or placed. Using it the right way can bring material rewards, recognition, fame, pleasure, and happiness. Listen to this episode!
The month of November 2021 is a dress rehearsal for the 2022 Year of the Tiger. Energies for the month of November 2021 will be the same energies for all of 2022. Understanding your home and zodiac sign with a brief look and peek behind the curtain into 2022. Listen to this episode!
Water is the element you need to help assist you with creating a transformation. Water is powerful for change. It’s what we’re nourished in and born out of as babies in our mothers’ wombs. In feng shui, water is like a mirror of chi, only it is seen whereas chi is unseen. When we want is a change in our lives, it’s water that has the power to wipe our slate clean and deliver us to a new reality. Look at how a single drop of water has the power to cast a ripple across a wide expanse. Listen to
Seasons are very meaningful in feng shui, and the fall is one that is full of prosperity and good fortune symbolism. In the west, many homeowners like to decorate their homes with decorations of fall and around harvest themes. The look and feel of these decorations are one of abundance and prosperity, but they also bring great feng shui and augur good fortune for your home and family. Listen to this episode!
Too often we fall into the rut of day by day living to the point that we can’t imagine anything different or anything better and our life’s vision gets cut off. Most of the time, the thought of something better in our lives never enters the picture because we’re so busy just trying to get through the day, get the bills paid on time, the kids fed, car gassed, and attend to all the other little details of our life that the big things slip silently by, and we can’t see anything different for ourselves. Listen to this episode!
A house that is still and quiet is the type of home that creates yin energy – and over time that kind of energy can depress the person with even the brightest and happiest outlook. To lift the energy of your home, try incorporating the clear, pure sounds of a singing bowl or brass bell. The sound of a bell or singing bowl emits a tonal frequency that cuts through yin energy and dispels it from your home. Listen to this episode!
In feng shui, deferred maintenance on a house means deferred money. In other words, if you’ve put off replacing that cracked window or cutting down a dead tree, you’re likely not receiving all the money you could be if your home were in good repair. Why is repairing your home so important to feng shui? In a word: chi. The chi, or energy, of a home declines when it’s got leaking faucets or roof, when the paint is peeling or when it’s dirty and cluttered. Listen to this episode!
Stairways do more than just provide a way for us to get from one floor to the other. If placed properly, stairways can help the energy that exists in our home, called chi, to move up and down easily and smoothly. If stairways are not done well, they can inhibit the proper flow of energy throughout the home. Worse still, poor stairways can create problems or even harm us. Listen to this episode!
Every school year parents and students dutifully trudge through the malls in search of the perfect sneaker or the cool new outfit for the coming school year. However, it’s unlikely that the new shoe or shirt will benefit them as much as a new design in the bedroom. That’s because a bedroom makeover will create new interest and energy – what feng shui calls “chi” – in the bedroom that will benefit a child. Listen to this episode!
There’s a lot of talk about women entrepreneurs and business owners these days, but do they have special feng shui needs? Absolutely. Women are opening businesses at a record pace. They account for $1.9 trillion dollars in sales, and they employ almost 8 million people (NAWBO.com). Listen to this episode!
Trees are an important life source and vital members of our outdoor community. Often called “the lungs of the Earth,” trees take the carbon dioxide that we breathe out and return it to us as oxygen. They also prevent groundwater run-off and soil erosion. It is obvious that trees are a crucial part of our living Earth and treasured members of our landscape family. Listen to this episode!