True Love: Feng Shui Tips to Bring You the Right Mate!
Feng shui experts say that all energy takes one of five forms – fire, metal, earth, water or wood.
Our personalities can be categorized by these five elements, as well. Fire personalities are impulsive and passionate. Earth types are sensual and grounded. Metal personalities are classy and tasteful, while waters are emotionally sensitive, and wood people are open-minded and ready for anything. If you can identify which type your potential lover is, you can use feng shui to attract them.
If you’re attracted to a Fire personality, introduce fiery elements to your home – especially the bedroom. Use the color red, especially red candles, to light a fire under that special someone. Warm, spicy room scents appeal to Fire personalities, so get a scent diffuser or light some incense. Spark up your furnishings with a classic red Chinese carpet or some bright throw pillows. To make a lackluster lover regain interest, make sure your bed doesn’t have a canopy and invest on sheets, pillowcases and a comforter with a red hue.
Updating Your Feng Shui for the New Year In 2007!
FRESH FENG SHUI IN THE BEDROOM STARTS THE YEAR OFF RIGHT
Now that the new year is upon us, I’m sure you want to update your furnishings and move forward with a fresh new look. Chances are your bedroom is a little musty, you’re tired of your sheets and comforter, and maybe want to move your furniture around a bit. If you’re unhappy with the feeling of your bedroom, your feng shui may need an update.
As you already know, Feng shui is the ancient Asian design philosophy which helps to promote the flow of positive energy – or “chi” – flow through your home. According to feng shui experts, if the energy in your home becomes blocked it can affect your health, your finances and everything else in your life in a negative way.
CREATING A RESTFUL RETREAT
When I first started looking into feng shui, I was surprised at how much of it was simply good common sense. Like the suggestion that you cut down on clutter, for example. If your room is a mess, then it’s blocking the flow of chi – and it’s not doing much for your state of mind, either. So organize your bedroom, straighten up, and throw away anything you don’t need.
How To Use The Pi Yao For Personal Protection
In this article, you can learn some very useful tips on how ancient Chinese symbol can protect your personal feng shui!
While applying the principles of feng shui can bring harmony and health to the home, there are other things that can boost your home’s feng shui. You’ve undoubtedly seen the accessories – a golden Money Cat, for example, or a carp, the symbol of wealth in Chinese culture.
Personally, I can’t imagine living in a home without a Pi Yao for personal protection. Not as well known as similarly powerful Dragons of Fu dogs, Pi Yao is a mythical creature said to be the Dragon’s ninth offspring. It looks like a winged lion, but it has the head of a dragon, and usually sports horns or antlers. A fierce warrior, the Pi Yao violated a law of Heaven and was punished in an unusual way – the Pi Yao could eat nothing but gold and silver, and was unable to defecate. Because of this, the Pi Yau is said to have a voracious appetite, drawing wealth from all directions. It also guards against attack from evil spirits.
Activating Your Wealth Luck for 2007: Practical Tips To Feng Shui Your Living Room!
Bringing abundance to your home with feng shui
If you’re like me, you spend a lot of time in your living room. You hang out with your spouse, you watch TV, listen to music, you probably even pull out your laptop and work or converse with friends. And since you spend so much time in your living room, where better to apply feng shui to bring more wealth and happiness into your life this coming year?
You don’t need to hire a feng shui expert to create a serene, harmonious atmosphere that will make the most of the flowing chi energy that’s circulating through your home. Here are some ways I’ve found to achieve a feng shui living space with just a little planning and redecoration.
Position is everything
The position of your furniture is very, very important. Your chairs and couches should face the door – you and your family should never sit with your back to the door, and you should always be able to see the door from where you sit. Furniture should be placed in a circular or semi-circular formation if possible, and should facilitate conversation comfortably.
What You Should Know About Your Pets And Feng Shui
So, you’ve decided to look into this Feng Shui thing and you’ve started to make some changes around your home. You’ve rearranged a few things here, put out a few good luck charms there and you’ve adjusted your color scheme accordingly.
You’ve bought into the power of positive thinking bit and you’ve been slowly replacing items that put you in a negative frame of mind. Everything is coming together for the perfect Feng Shui home, expect for one thing. Fluffy and Fido keep treating your new furniture design like it’s a jungle gym and you’re getting orange cat fur and brown dog fur mixed in with your green and blue Feng Shui furniture.