I have recently come across a few homes where magnetic fields were causing health and sleep problems.
A Feng Shui garden can look like an English Garden, Japanese Garden, Native Garden or anything else.
The armchair configuration is a Feng Shui principle used in deciding the position of a home as well as a desk or lounge.
Even more so than colour, except perhaps for red, shapes have a strong influence on the feel of a place.
To have good Feng Shui, the entrance into a home or business should have a Ming Tang, meaning a Bright Hall.
Similar to straight lines inside a home, long straight lines outside can also create Feng Shui problems.
Poison Arrows and the like!
The benefit of using Feng Shui in your garden design is that your whole space, your home and garden, will feel great and harmonious.
80% of good Feng Shui has to do with using the right energies for the right activities.
Feng Shui was traditionally used in selecting the spot with the best environmental influences for a dwelling.
I have recently visited a number of display villages to get a first impression of many homes on the same day. There is an amazing difference in their feel.
A Feng Shui issue of modern living
Last newsletter we addressed the importance of FORMS. Today, we are looking at its partner, ENERGY.
I love blues and greens. I often dress in them and would put them in my home.
As a lot of new homes are going up, I think this is an opportune time to show how Feng Shui in design can make a huge difference.
In order to conduct an effective Feng Shui analysis we need an accurate floor-plan of your building or unit.
There are many opinions and fads about using of Fire tones, reds, pinks, purples and orange, to decorate a home.
Feng Shui is a powerful tool, which allows us to find out what types of energies are entering your home from the different compass directions.
The best shape for a block of land is a rectangle or square. These shapes are stable. The rectangle is the shape of the EARTH element.
Yang energies - life force and wealth
Some people say Feng Shui is all in the mind...
Sustainable design maximises the benefits of the sun, while eliminating excess heat, and avoids harmful electro-smog.
It is great to build energy efficient buildings, but paradoxically, many end up not being healthy for people.
When designing a home, you have the unique opportunity to create a radiant and healthy building.
When designing a home or office, you have the unique opportunity to create a radiant Feng Shui home or office that supports your success, health and wellbeing.
When renovating, you have a great opportunity to create good Feng Shui for your home.
If you want to improve the Feng Shui of your home or office, here are some free Feng Shui tips which you can safely apply to any building.
Electromagnetic Radiation, or EMR, consists of invisible waves that can have health effects.
The most important aspect in creating our buildings and lives is us.
How to work with Yang energy, life force, in buildings.
A building gets a unique energy chart at the time its roof is closed. This, together with its layout, gives it a certain feel and potential.
How to work with Yin energies. Yin energy is still, reflective, receptive, nurturing and sustaining.
If you know the energies of your home, you can charge and control your living situation.
There are homes that may even look good but you cannot get them right.
There are homes that will suit you very well. You will feel easily settled in these and will be at home.
Kitchens are an important part of family life. There are a few Feng Shui principles to observe and there are some that have become less important.Â
While every home is individual, there are generations of homes that carry certain tendencies and themes.
There areÂ three types of approachesÂ people have to Feng Shui.
Sometimes an area of your home does not feel right, despite having tried changing it around.
There a three main point why you may not feel as cosy and relaxed in your lounge as you like.
Here is an all too common story of what can happen when choosing a new home.
If you work or have an income related project at home, there are a number of elements that contribute to creating a positive workspace.
In selecting an office or workspace, following Feng Shui principles can ensure that you will get the best possible environmental support from it.
How your home can help you achieve a more harmonious and balanced family life.
When renting or buying we can end up with a good a bad Feng Shui home.
In Feng Shui we are working with two types of environmental influences: the physical environment of a building, the Forms, and its subtle energetic influences.
When working with the features and colours of a building, we are balancing the Feng Shui elements.
Over the last few weeks a few of you have asked how to work out the energy chart for a place. Here is how it works:
I have had a few people commenting that they would rather not wanted to find out about the Feng Shui of their place, in case there was some bad news.
Wind chimes, mirrors and flutes are often the first thing people associate with Feng Shui. Here is how useful or detrimental these can be.
In Feng Shui water is associated with wealth.
With good Feng Shui in your office, your business activities are supported, you are not battling against your environment.
Nowadays, our homes tend to be very open and Yang - they used to be cosier and more Yin!
Feng Shui is becoming a greater part of mainstream life, particularly with an increasing Asian population.
Where would you select the position of a property on a curved road (or along a curved river)? On the in- or outside of the curve?
Even with the best Feng Shui in the world, you could be compromising your health and wellbeing.
When refurbishing your office you have a chance to create a Feng Shui office that really supports your business.
Feng Shui home improvements are designed to make your home more balanced and harmonious!
Find out why even identical homes may FEEL DIFFERENT - why one is cosy and welcoming, while another feels dull.
When designing a premise, you have the unique opportunity to create a radiant Feng Shui space that supports your work, success and wellbeing.
There are work spaces where people function well and others where business is an uphill battle.
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