Beds are one of the most energetically-packed pieces of furniture in our homes. We sleep in them every night, having dreams both sweet and worrisome. Our sick days are often spent in bed, and of course, our closest, most intimate relationship is spent — and symbolized — by a bed. Over time, those soft sheets, comforters, pillows and mattresses absorb a lot of emotion.
Few feng shui activators and cures hold as much interest as the common mirror. Mirrors are a terrific decorating resource and have the potential tonspire more prosperity — even double beautiful views and invite the accompanying chi that goes with them. Yet, using mirrors in feng shui is often misunderstood.
There is a saying in Asia about using a feng shui compass, “No luo pan, no feng shui.” With this English-language version, you will be a true professional that can command more respect and higher fees. And you will be able to practice feng shui competently.
Getting ahead in any area of life requires that you get plenty of attention. And, feng shui offers tips and ideas to help you gain more notice and get the recognition you deserve. If you’re interested in progressing in life, it’s important to make feng shui adjustments to important areas such as the north (career/opportunities) and northwest (helpful people/mentors) sectors.
We’ve all heard to old saying that “it’s who you know, not what you know.” Now, part of that is true. You do need sufficient knowledge and have certain capabilities, but you also need good contacts or a network of people who can make the right introductions.
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,…
In feng shui, metal is the element you don’t often hear much discussion about. Most often metal is regarded as a cure for negative energies, especially earth afflictions such as the 5 Yellow and Black 2 that cause both illness and financial difficulties.
In today’s right sized, merged and acquired workplaces, not to mention dismal job outlook reports in the news, it’s hard to find much to be excited or positive about in the office. It’s put a lot of people on edge – and that edge shows up in our work relationships. From snippy coworkers to overbearing bosses, to the downers that pull everyone into a depressing funk or the side-winders who slink in to hiss out some unverified piece of gossip, it’s all we can do to remain calm and carry on.
Rolling 7’s on a craps table in Las Vegas has always been considered lucky, but that’s where that luck ends. In feng shui, the number seven is considered very unlucky and full of misfortune. Worse yet, it can cause theft, violence and injury. From 1984 to 2003, the number seven was extremely lucky, but that changed in 2004, when we entered Period 8, a time that runs from 2004-2024. If you count seven as a lucky number, be sure to look at its implications in feng shui.
Every year has its pluses and minuses, and 2017 is no different. But what makes the Year of the Rooster special is the fact that a bright new energy is moving in replacing the old, tiresome energy of 2016. This energy has the power to transform, and that’s what’s so exciting.