Feng Shui Tip on Fame and Reputation from Lisa Alban @Cloud9FengShui Using the bagua, locate the center section of your back wall. Is this area cluttered? Do the objects represent you, your best self in some way? Activate the YOU energy, the authentic you, by placing something that represents Fire Energy 🔥 A candle arrangement, a fireplace would be perfect to arrange. Pyramids represent fire, so do flame colors. and sun artwork. Add wood to feed this energy + earth to tone it down a notch.
#FengShui #tip from Tina Falk of VIA - Feng Shui "Open Your Eyes: Wash and repair your windows so you can see clearly. Windows are the eyes of your home. Your home is a living breathing consciousness."
#FengShui Zoom Meeting tip from Lisa Alban @Cloud9FengShui : Empowering your meetings with intentions. Clear/Activate your space with your own ritual... Check out your camera scene on preview. Surround yourself in your power element/color. Add Fire Element if you're feeling too Yin... Apply the Bagua to your desk, with the desk chair being your entrance, and place an object to activate an area you need supported. ... Lastly, light a candle or turn on a light, stating your goal...
#FengShui tip from @housebeautiful Start in the Entry: Start setting the tone in the entryway by bringing high ceilings and open floor plans down to a human scale with proportional artwork and lighting, plus plenty of soft materials and a warm accent color. Designer Kylee Shintaffer blanketed the entire space in warm woods for a fully rustic feel. #fengshui #mouthofchi #chiflow #entry #foyerdecor
#FengShui tip from @jlaw530 Feng Shui Joans Way "If you will be moving to a smaller living space in the near future, reduce your square footage in your current space to match the space of your new home. "Create room in the existing home for the things that you will take with you while eliminating those items that don't make the cut. "This technique may not work for everybody but if you are someone who needs to experience what their future might feel like it is very effective." #downsizing
Featuring IFSG Members - our favorite Quick Feng Shui tips
Hear from members of the International Feng Shui Guild – their best tips and ideas for using Feng Shui in your life. Professional practitioners are uniquely...
"As we head into the darker months place battery operated candles with timers in dark areas of your home like hallways and entrances. Set the timers to come just as dusk arrives. Adding a little light to the space as darkness descends can lessen the psychological impact the shortened days have on our mental health." From Joan Law, Feng Shui Joan's Way #fengshui #fengshuitips #fengshuitip #candle
#FengShui Tip from Joan Law, Feng Shui Joan's Way "Many of my clients struggle with family photo overload and run out of space for frames. Having four children and a large extended family I did too. I found our breakfast nook table top became the perfect display space for our photos. I purchased a cut to size piece of glass from our local glass shop and periodically switch out the photos under the glass. Guest love to find themselves when visiting and it is a great conversation started…
#FengShui tip from Joan Law, Feng Shui Joan's Way @jlaw530 Paper clutter is the top challenge for most of my clients. These 2 simple questions can help you decide what stays and what goes... 1. Will I really go back to this? 2. Can I get the information elsewhere later? Most of us spend more time and effort filing papers we will never need than is necessary. The "file don't pile" approach often backfires. #lessstress #homes #simplelife #simple #cleartheclutter #mindfulhome
#FengShui Tip from Kim Julen, Finding Your Fiji @findingyourfiji: Turtles represent longevity - slow and steady wins the race. Therefore it is lucky to have a turtle in your office...choose a picture, a ceramic or other figurine and feel the support of the turtle. PS - turtles also represent flow and retreat. Stop trying to make things happen and go with the flow! #office #career
#FengShui Tips from Candice Berlanga, West Texas Feng Shui. Hedges can be planted to correct some wrong external flow. Do: Plant hedges along the side of your home that has a busy road. This will help slow the Qi down, and act as a buffer against Sha Qi. Don’t: Plant hedges in front of or too close to your home. Do: Opt to plant hedges away from the home, creating a Ming Tang for Qi to collect. Don’t: Block the front door #landscape #frontdoor
14 Easy Feng Shui Tips For Harmony And Balance In Your Life
Contrary to popular belief, there’s nothing supernatural about Feng Shui. It’s an ancient manual for organizing our space using the art of placement. The following 14 Feng Shui tips are geared towards better understanding the principles of this ancient art, and to fully reap from its many benefits.