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In our last post, Lisa's article focused on the physical space of where you eat. In this next part of the series, I focus on what to eat and when. The approach is based on the 5 Chinese Elements: Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water This method for...

There are many dimensions to Feng Shui. Its breadth spans from your living space, to your personal chi, to even the food you eat. When we think about food in Feng Shui, we think about health. Food provides sustenance at its core and well-being through...

We all have our moments of anxiety ---- a looming deadline, public speaking, or walking down a dark, unfamiliar street. These are all normal reactions to potentially risky situations. As a Feng Shui Consultant having worked in community mental health for many years, I am especially...

Because more and more people are working out of their homes, creating a home office that is efficient and productive is important. Regardless of whether a client comes to the home or if the business is totally reliant on sales/emails/fax, requiring no physical interaction with clients,...