Full moon info from “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Feng Shui, Third Edition” by Elizabeth Moran, Master Joseph Yu , and Master Val Biktashev. If you feel different during a full moon, it’s not just your imagination!
Cheers to you living your BEST, balanced Feng Shui life!
We all know that bunnies symbolize Easter and make great pets, but did you also know that bunnies are also used with Feng Shui? If you’re curious how these adorable little guys can enhance your life and bring you into contact with more friendly people, contact me today for your consultation!
If you have a patio instead of a yard how do you Feng Shui the land for optimal wealth, health and prosperity?
In Feng Shui, the land is more important than the house.
Answer: Here are BEFORE and AFTER pix of my clients patio Feng Shui. By adding the appropriate color in the appropriate area my client elevated the chi on her land a hundred times over thus, attracting more wealth, better health and partnerships.
Hillsides. Are they good or not? The truth is, it depends how close the next structure (house/hill/trees) is to your house. For optimal health, wealth and prosperity we need protection on each side of us, in front and behind us. In Feng Shui this represents the celestial animals: white tiger = right side of property, green dragon = left side of property, phoenix in front of property, and tortoise behind property. These celestial animals protect the house and occupants.
This picture represents the partnership marriage Western ba gua Feng Shui section for my client Francine. This gua represents any partnerships-friends, business partners, co workers, etc and marriage. Colors and numbers matter. Francine did a great job enhancing this section of her yard.