EPISODE 14: Activate Your Travel, Fame, Wisdom and Wealth Feng Shui with the Conch Shell Besides being beautiful, conch shells are also considered one of the eight precious objects in Buddhism. In feng shui, conch shells have a variety of meanings as well. This is a very versatile feng shui activator that can be used…
PODCAST EPISODE 7: FENG SHUI FOR SINGLES — HOW TO ATTRACT AND MANIFEST LOVE Single too long? Learn these tips to help you attract new love to your life. Whether you’re looking for the right man or woman, a gay or straight relationship, this episode covers the important corners of your home that must…
PODCAST EPISODE 4: FENG SHUI TO IMPROVE YOUR LOVE LIFE Could you be making these mistakes in your bedroom? Find out the one thing many bedrooms have — and that kills romance. How to arrange your bedroom and make it suitable for a couple. Practical tips for making your bedroom the perfect place for romance!…
When it comes to feng shui, there’s often a major focus on attracting love and maintaining love. But when it comes to relationships, the sad truth is that many teeter on a fine line between being together and breaking up. Either the passion has faded or what were once your love’s most wonderful qualities have suddenly changed from being what you love to what annoys you most about him or her.
Tired of take out or frozen dinners 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!
A central feng shui tenet is that marital or romantic happiness is critical component of a happy, well-lived life. And if you’ve had marital or romantic unhappiness, you know how true that can be. Of course, one of the keys to an effective partnership is having the relationship on a solid romantic footing.
When you’re looking for love, too often the choices for finding a suitable partner or mate is online dating websites, bars and the connections of friends. But if you want to find a new love, all it takes is some good feng shui. Speech pathologist and feng shui devotee, Andrea Easley, of Houston, Texas decided she wanted to find a someone special and she turned to feng shui to help her find a new love interest.
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.
The Red Lotus Letter website attracts more visitors all the time. What are they looking for mostly? Romance, pure and simple. After that it’s money. It’s interesting that romance is the top spot. It shows how important love and romance are to people – even more important than money. Loving relationships are also working relationships.
Feng shui is big business. Really. A certain pharmaceutical company keeps a feng shui consultant on a million dollar retainer and doesn’t make a move or change to its offices without talking with their consultant first. Many businesses think that feng shui means Asian decorating style. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Feng shui isn’t just a “Zen” experience or a method for selecting sofa colors and decorative accessories. It’s about seeing your environment in a whole new way. See if this doesn’t get you thinking!