feng shui

Feng Shui for the Home

Published on 5 August, 2018 | Case Studies | feng shui

 Feng Shui Case Study for the Home         Background Information: The family had moved fairly recently from on older three-bedroom property into a brand new four bedroom home. The parents slept in the master  bedroom at the upstairs front of the house, the two older children had their own bedrooms at the […]

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Feng Shui Light Tips

Published on 9 March, 2017 | feng shui

The Role of Lighting in Feng Shui          In Feng Shui, light can help to balance chi energy. Chi is the universal energy that permeates everything, including our bodies, the interior and exterior of our homes and other buildings. Chi has yin and yang characteristics, and the idea behind feng shui is to […]

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THE IMPORTANCE OF WATER IN FENG SHUI

Published on 21 February, 2017 | feng shui

THE IMPORTANCE OF WATER IN FENG SHUI Chinese philosophy suggests that the placement of objects affect the flow of energy within the surrounding area which, in turn, affects your physical and mental health, relationships and successes. Feng Shui enables you to influence these energies by placing furniture, possessions, plants and yourself within your surroundings in such a […]

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How to Feng Shui a High Rise Apartment

Published on 1 February, 2017 | Case Studies | feng shui

Feng Shui Case Study on a high rise apartment Location: 873 Sq Ft Condo in a high rise building Issues: Finances/Health(Cancer)/Overall happiness Goal: To keep cost at a minimum with a $500 budget while positively influencing current issues. Consultation: Met with the owners of the condo whom wanted to know more about how to feng […]

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Feng Shui for Sleeping problems

Published on 7 September, 2016 | Case Studies | feng shui

Feng Shui Consultation Case study to help a young restless child sleep better & general improvements in home The problem my client had with her  four-year-old boy was that he was  always sick and unable to sleep properly in the  two-bed terraced house they lived in.. The child’s mother  sought  me out  after hearing me […]

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Feng Shui Case Study

Published on 29 June, 2016 | Case Studies | feng shui

Feng Shui Case Study Example taken in a residential home Detached Family City Home with Garden Life Style: Client is living in her house alone and she is enjoying gardening, socializing and her walks Problems: reconstruction of her house suggestions for improvement of ‘better feeling’ lost contact with her dead husband and ancestors finances Client’s expectations: improvement […]

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Understanding Feng Shui

Published on 16 May, 2015 | Accreditation | feng shui | Free courses | Uncategorized

  Our Online Feng Shui Course will teach you everything you need to know about Feng Shui and the way it interacts with Energy in the home, office, and overall lifestyle. You can apply what you have learned not only to your personal space and life but also offer Feng Shui services and help others […]

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Free Fun Holistic Guides

Published on 1 February, 2015 | Auras | feng shui | Free courses | Monthly Offers | Rune stones

Download some of our free fun guides today   Download free holistic guides in the following: How to read angel cards How to use a pendulum How to read runestone Crystals and Colour Feng Shui cosmic ordering made simple Life Coaching for a career All these are free and fun to do   Download your […]

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Feng Shui for your home and health

Published on 21 October, 2014 | feng shui

Chinese Study – Feng Shui Feng shui is bascially an ancient chinese study of how to live in accordance with the forces of nature. Feng shui is now gaining more and more popularity in the West and many people have found great benefit from putting feng shui into practice in their homes and places of […]

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Feng Shui – Windchimes (do they work?)

Published on 30 July, 2013 | feng shui

The Unique Relationship Between Wind Chimes And Feng Shui by Stephen Betzen There is a harmonious marriage shared by wind chimes and the natural forces of nature. As air current moves against the striker or clapper of the wind chimes, it knocks against the tuned pipes, which in turn sends waves of a reverberating “song,” […]

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Lucky Animals – Feng Shui

Published on 1 July, 2013 | feng shui

Traditional Feng Shui Symbols In this extract from the Professional Feng Shui Diploma Course you are introduced to the traditional Chinese items that you are used to seeing. This section not only demystifies the object and explains the rituals behind it but also suggests the optimum place for you to put it in your house […]

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Feng Shui Tips for your Home

Published on 10 May, 2013 | feng shui | Holistic Therapy

Assessing a House Room by Room The following advice can help you quickly assess whether or not a house or a dwelling is likely to be collecting good chi.

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Yin and Yang – feng shui lessons

Published on 9 September, 2012 | alternative therapies | feng shui

Yin and Yang Yin (black) and yang (white) are the harmonizing factors of the universe. They are opposing energies like day and night. Neither one is particularly negative nor positive; they are just forces that need to be in balance in one’s environment to achieve optimum peace and prosperity. Yin and yang are totally dependent […]

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Feng Shui for the home – your essential guide

Published on 8 September, 2012 | feng shui

Feng Shui for your home Welcome to Feng Shui For The Home. This course will tell you everything you always wanted to know about the Chinese art of object arrangement including a description of the must-have objects to perform basic curative Feng Shui. This course also includes information about different types of Feng Shui as […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Feng Shui

Published on 17 July, 2012 | feng shui

A Beginner’s Introduction To Feng Shui With a history dating back over 6,000 years (with some research suggesting much longer), the Chinese system of Feng Shui is not only one of the most recognisable alternative therapies / techniques in the world, but it’s one of the oldest and most widely used.

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