18 Oct
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Feng Shui is Being Intergrated Into all Professions

Feng Shui is no longer a fad, a trend or a luxury, it’s becoming a necessity in America and around the world The National Association of Realtors have been posting reports about New York City, Seattle, and California not being the only locations fusing Feng Shui into their existing and developing structures.

Feng Shui is expanding into other developing cities across America such as in Detroit, Philadelphia, Huston, Chicago, Las Vegas, Atlanta, San Diego, and Memphis. Those who are unfamiliar with the practice of Feng Shui, it will benefit you greatly to start becoming familiar with the basics and know the language used to talk energy.

Since the discussion of Feng Shui Contingency plans have been becoming more constant real estate agencies are requesting Fast Feng Shui presentations in Real Estate offices to help educated agents and their companies on key core principles to know when selling and buying homes with Feng Shui in mind. It is also a great idea for Spas, Wellness centers, Law offices, Hospitals to consider integrating these principles into their structures as well or at least hosting workshops and lectures for patients, clients, and employees. No matter what, all will benefit in the years to come with information that lasts a life time.

 

 

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17 Dec
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Fast Feng Shui Insight-Less is More

High Holy Master Professor Lin Yun puts it best, like attracts like. An already crowded environment tends to get even more jam-packed. There fore, if you own too much stuff now, you are more likely to accumulate even more “stuff” later.  This could become a looping cycle if not addressed.

Enhanced energy flow in your home requires it to move freely though your environment.  Creativity is often stifled when your mind is busy observing the many of things you need to clean up.  Clearing clutter will help clear your mind-and your body will follow.

This is usually the number one recommendation when I provided Feng Shui consultations, yet sometimes it can be challenging to help share new insights and suggestions when working with a person who already has a full cup.

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11 Dec

You Could have Practical Feng Shui and Then There is PRACTICAL Feng Shui

Sometimes I may have clients who share the intention of needing to sell their house but are having challenges attracting buyers so they feel Feng Shui will help enhance their chances.

Again, Feng Shui cannot solve all the problems but it can shine light and offer new perspectives from a metaphysical and energetic standpoint to why this looping of behavior may keep happening.

  • houses covered or concealed by overgrown trees and bushes that may also block the driveway, symbolize hiding your home from potential buyers or even helpful people to come and assist with the process
  • too many overgrown trees and bushes could also symbolize the none flexibility of the person needing to sell the home.  The element of wood (trees, bushes and flowers) when in balance creates flexibility yet when there is too much of the element the open mindedness with the personality of a that given person at that given time could be stubborn or not receptive to even hearing the insights shared…further creating a feeling of being stuck.
  • Bushes that literally block the entrance into a house or even the windows energetically represents from a Feng Shui perspective potential buyers not “finding” you as efficiently as they could. Blocking the windows represents “blinding” you from seeing those potential buyers, them seeing you (for example ads about your sale) or if that current home owner is blocking the house sell in some way.

some practical approaches are as follows:

  • cut back and trim the bushes if you wish not to get rid of them.
  • Some clients may even remove the bushes and plant them else where on the yard or have planned to ship them to their new property anyway.
  • If you have any dead trees or bushes its suggested to remove them to open up the energy flow to your house to help enhance the outside presentation of your home, you are highlighting it’s features.
  • if you house lite up at night, weather with lights on the hour or leading up the driveway to the house? This in Feng Shui is called lighting up the pathway.
  • is the number on your house easy to spot and see when driving or walking by
  • does the rest of the yard feel inviting and welcoming?
  • It the energy feels still, it’s suggested to place movable objects such as a flag or wind chime which from a Feng Shui perspective “enlivens” the energy vibration to your home.

 

BUT, what if you have a client who refuses to even listen to those possible insights and ideas based off a Feng Shui perspective and will not do anything suggested because in their eyes it’s still not practical enough.

The next step is to try and break down the suggestions to the bare minimum of practicality from a Feng Shui perspective.

If this is the case, it become all about the power of intention. It’s suggested to be open minded when envisioning the sale of your home, the type of people who could come in and help and naturally the seller takes action in researching. They could leave out the physical enhancements as commonly suggested.  If they do that, it’s important that their energy is up to par, that their heart and mind are clear and open, maybe having a preference yet not attached to the outcome when setting the intention.

If the client still says no even to that idea…perhaps Feng Shui is not the best option at that point and time for them. From my 13 years of experience I do see a pattern emerging where there are certain credentials of “open mindfulness” strongly recommend for clients to have in place before truly embracing the teachings of Feng Shui.

Sometimes I may have clients who share the intention of needing to sell their house but are having challenges attracting buyers so they feel Feng Shui will help enhance their chances.

Again, Feng Shui cannot solve all the problems but it can shine light and offer new perspectives from a metaphysical and energetic standpoint to why this looping of behavior may keep happening.

  • houses covered or concealed by overgrown trees and bushes that may also block the driveway, symbolize hiding your home from potential buyers or even helpful people to come and assist with the process
  • too many overgrown trees and bushes could also symbolize the none flexibility of the person needing to sell the home.  The element of wood (trees, bushes and flowers) when in balance creates flexibility yet when there is too much of the element the open mindedness with the personality of a that given person at that given time could be stubborn or not receptive to even hearing the insights shared…further creating a feeling of being stuck.
  • Bushes that literally block the entrance into a house or even the windows energetically represents from a Feng Shui perspective potential buyers not “finding” you as efficiently as they could. Blocking the windows represents “blinding” you from seeing those potential buyers, them seeing you (for example ads about your sale) or if that current home owner is blocking the house sell in some way.

some practical approaches are as follows:

  • cut back and trim the bushes if you wish not to get rid of them.
  • Some clients may even remove the bushes and plant them else where on the yard or have planned to ship them to their new property anyway.
  • If you have any dead trees or bushes its suggested to remove them to open up the energy flow to your house to help enhance the outside presentation of your home, you are highlighting it’s features.
  • if you house lite up at night, weather with lights on the hour or leading up the driveway to the house? This in Feng Shui is called lighting up the pathway.
  • is the number on your house easy to spot and see when driving or walking by
  • does the rest of the yard feel inviting and welcoming?
  • It the energy feels still, it’s suggested to place movable objects such as a flag or wind chime which from a Feng Shui perspective “enlivens” the energy vibration to your home.

 

BUT, what if you have a client who refuses to even listen to those possible insights and ideas based off a Feng Shui perspective and will not do anything suggested because in their eyes it’s still not practical enough.

The next step is to try and break down the suggestions to the bare minimum of practicality from a Feng Shui perspective.

If this is the case, it become all about the power of intention. It’s suggested to be open minded when envisioning the sale of your home, the type of people who could come in and help and naturally the seller takes action in researching. They could leave out the physical enhancements as commonly suggested.  If they do that, it’s important that their energy is up to par, that their heart and mind are clear and open, maybe having a preference yet not attached to the outcome when setting the intention.

If the client still says no even to that idea…perhaps Feng Shui is not the best option at that point and time for them. From my 13 years of experience I do see a pattern emerging where there are certain credentials of “open mindfulness” strongly recommend for clients to have in place before truly embracing the teachings of Feng Shui.

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10 Dec

Never Push Someone Into Feng Shui when They are Not ready

Combining your personal intentions with the principles of Feng Shui helps motivate, inspire and positively engage new perspectives on life, which could open up amazing opportunities to experience deep and profound life transformations at your own pace.  Feng Shui will increase the positive flow of energy into your home, business, body, mind and spirit.

BUT, if you are under the impression Feng Shui will solve all your life’s problems and give you all the answers and you think no work or responsibility needs to come from you, please respectably reconsider.  Those who truly embrace Feng Shui and the teaching of energy in general understand they are responsible for the choices they have made in the past which has manifested their current situations of today. They understand the metaphysical language of energy and that there are many factors in play to bring about positive change.  OR they are at least open minded and are willing to listen to the teachings, perspectives, suggestions and content shared with them during a consultation.

It’s not fair for a consultant or client to push their agenda onto each other with such a high expectation of solving all life’s problems. Feng Shui is one of many healing tools people can use to give assisted guidance, reinforce that visual focus of goals and offer inspiration around your living and working environments, yet the DRIVING FORCE of true change (no matter what healing technique you use), is always you.

 

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25 Nov

Feng Shui Attack…In a good way!

We all have them and later wonder what got into us?  It can happen at any time of the day or night and it’s one of those moments where you just can’t your house anymore.  Your “To Do” list that day goes out the window as you bend down to pick up something on the floor that you’ve been meaning to put in the garbage for a week; anything can trigger it but once it takes hold of you, there’s no stopping it.

Sometimes with these busy lives we can barely keep up with the essentials, let alone keep our house the way we want it.  Did you notice we start to “overlook” things and think “I’m DEFINITELY going to get to that tomorrow.  The next day, however, we get caught up in something else, and it gets worse.  What I call the Feng Shui “Attack” is the minute you absolutely can’t stand the house another SECOND.

For me it could happen at midnight and one little thing can trigger off a massive house cleaning attack that will keep me up until 4am.  Just going to “tidy” up my desk before bed and I turn around, look at the room itself and don’t know HOW I could have let it go like that.  If this happens to a Feng Shui Consultant, I KNOW it’s happening out there but maybe you never thought of it as a Feng Shui attack.  You thought of it in simpler terms of just house cleaning.  Just cleaning your house does not mean you leave your “to do” list on the bottom and dig in.  One garbage bag becomes two and the numbers grow from there.

As you walk into the next room to put something back into it’s place you really SEE that room, too, and it gets added to the list.  I am not going to SLEEP until this is cleaned up OR I pass out from exhaustion…..Such is the Feng Shui ATTACK.  There’s very little you can do about it so just go with it.  Yes, you’ll be exhausted the next day, possibly unlikely to move, but you’ll be half comatose in a CLEAN house!  And if you can get out of bed, you’re going to feel SO good at looking around your home!

You’ll find you get yesterday’s to do list DONE and today’s as well….because your mind is not cluttered by all the things around it.  That is one good feeling!

Everything is likely to go during these attacks so beware.  They go into the garbage and out the door.  And chances are you won’t even MISS them.  I believe that these attacks are GOOD things and when you’re done (if you’re still standing), you’ll wake up–eventually—to a MUCH BETTER PLACE.  So, tell the truth:  Does this happen to you?  It starts at the moment of one single item and turns into something you can’t control.  And then, finally, it passes.

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