Maybe you do need a Feng Shui Master! Are you having trouble sleeping? Are folks fussing and fighting at your house? Buying a book to learn a little Feng Shui is a good idea, but be careful of which books you invest in. Some are merely fluff, written to make money for the author, with little substance. Others bring in true Feng Shui principles. If you want to do it yourself, I recommend the book with the unfortunate name, “The Idiots Guide To Feng Shui”. It was written with the novice in mind, but clearly contains an enormous amount of wisdom.
When we do a Feng Shui Consultation we take into account the the landforms, the buildings around the property, any natural water features, the roads to and from that property, and the facing direction of the building to the exact degree…BEFORE we ever walk into the house.
Drawing up the Flying Star Chart tells us where the beneficial energies are, and where the non-beneficial energies are located.
Most people think Feng Shui is all about decorating when that is only a small part of the picture. Feng Shui is about making the most of the property. The layout of the house is no more important than the land and forms around the house. For good Feng Shui, both must work together.
This is not to say that you cannot have good Feng Shui in an area that is less than beautiful. You can! But, you’ll have to do more inside to encourage the beneficial energy to be strong and the non-beneficial energy to mind its manners.
If you have a home you need to sell, a Feng Shui Consult would be advisable. There are Feng Shui techniques that can help you sell your house quicker. And, if you just want to see if Feng Shui can make your life better, pick up “The Idiots Guide To Feng Shui”. Or you can call a Feng Shui Master… I’ll be glad to help.
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