Feng Shui is a way of determining how the environment is impacting and therefore influencing all aspects of your life such as health, wealth and relationships... But….how do we impact on the earth?? 5 June 2011 is World Environment Day and its aim is to highlight worldwide awareness of the environment and encourage political action to improve environmental concerns.
More than twenty years ago a girlfriend shared with me that she used the New Year to evaluate the more personal aspects of her life and the beginning of the financial year to assess her financial position and wealth creation activities. I’ve followed these principles ever since.
Welcome back to all our members and thank you for your continued support. The May issue of the Feng Shui newsletter seeks to empower you with the knowledge you need to bring more balance, health, wealth and love to your life for the month and year ahead.
Whether we like it or not, money is vital to leading a healthy and happy life. We can’t provide a roof over our head, place food on the table or educate our children without money.
When it comes to money matters though, many women still avoid taking full responsibility for securing their financial independence.
Firstly, I would like to thank each and every one of you reading this newsletter.
The Feng Shui shop began more than ten years ago due to a demand for an online shopping site for all things Feng Shui. We then made it a place where you could come to buy gifts for yourself or others that had a ‘symbolic message’ – for those essential elements of life; love, health , relationships and wealth.We also made provisions for an online space where you could gather free Feng Shui tips and information.
Some say that intention is not within our control. Indeed it is merely the phenomenon of anticipation rather than conscious instigation.
In his book Peace and Harmony in Daily Living, Ramesh Balsekar writes that “Ambrose Bierce, the renowned American journalist and author said: The mind’s sense of the prevalence of one set of influences over
Feng Shui is a system that allows you to determine how the environment is impacting on you, your health, wealth and happiness.
2010 is the International Year of Biodiversityand this provides you with an opportunity to see how you are impacting the environment. There are many different ways you can participate throughout the coming year in order to support this important and critical time in our evolution.
Feng Shui and Protection!
When using Feng Shui we work with both the tangible and intangible forces. This same principle applies when we seek protection; we seek it from the things we see, feel and taste and…from the ones we may only ‘sense’.
Water is one of the five most important elements to be considered when analysing the Feng Shui of a property.
Water is believed to mirror the flow of Chi that circulates the earth, and its orientation to a particular home or office will determine whether it is considered sheng chi (positive energy) – which brings wealth and prosperity or, sha chi (negative energy) – which manifests itself in the physical loss of money and the loss of money-making opportunities.