Feng Shui Tag

We place art in our spaces for many different reasons—because it's beautiful, inspirational, or because it makes a statement about who we are or what we believe in. With Feng Shui, the placement of art can go one step further, and actually support our intentions -...

This month our article is going to be a little different. Although I’m still going to give you some Feng Shui tips; I’m going to start by letting you in on some plans that we have in the works for the upcoming year. First (you may...

Clutter: it drags us down, holds us back and blocks new opportunities from coming into our lives. Knowing Feng Shui, we know this – but inevitably – clutter accumulates. Being on the brink of the new year offers a chance to shift the energy in our...

During this season of giving thanks for the beautiful and abundant life that we have, I remind students, clients, friends, and myself that it’s also the time to give thanks to your home. If you have no issues with your home and have, in fact, had...

The motivation for most people to integrate Feng Shui is because they want to feel good in their space. They want to feel an underlying order, a natural flow, a sense of beauty. This all makes them feel empowered, confident and safe.  This last word, however,...

It’s a technological world we live in. You can access information within seconds by using a few keystrokes. Although the world is far more “paperless” than it was several years ago, it didn’t stop the clutter. Instead of having piles of papers on your desk,...

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...

Chinese gardens are a big draw for people traveling to the Middle Kingdom. Many of the Chinese tours that my husband and I led over the years often focused on gardens in southern China. Walking through these gardens where every item was intentionally positioned is...

We’re often asked about garages in Feng Shui. People want to know if they count and what can be done about them. They do, indeed, count! And if you are familiar with the bagua, sometimes they take up several guas. Regardless if they are attached or...