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. When it’s not, it feels a lot like starvation and like hunger pangs, you feel the psychological and spiritual drain of a debt hanging over you. 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.
by Kathryn Weber Working with clients, companies, homeowners and readers for as long as I have, there are a number of questions that I’m asked about working with clients and their feng shui. These are some of the most common questions that I’ve been asked over the years. Who is your favorite kind of client?…
Many of my readers and even clients ask about working as a feng shui consultant. It’s a career that doesn’t have much written about it — especially from an insider’s view. And many people think it’s a New Age-y kind of career, but it’s much more than just good feelings! Feng shui is about black and white principles of placement, not just esoteric thoughts and holding the right kind of intentions.
Questions about feng shui? Below are some of the most frequent and commonly asked questions we receive here at the Red Lotus Letter. You might find the answer to a question you have! 1. What is the difference between traditional Chinese feng shui and western, or Black Hat Sect, feng shui?