Feng shui expert Kathryn Weber shares with you each week how to help you get unstuck, become prosperous, find love, good fortune and bring opportunities to your life with easy feng shui changes to your home and office.
Feng Shui for Basements
Basements, while useful, can possess an energy that is literally like the room itself in that it’s below the ground. There are other things to contend with such as a lack of natural light, low ceilings, or the presence of extra moisture.
Adding the proper feng shui elements will help protect the health and well-being of all who spend time in a basement environment.
How to Use Wind Chimes Effectively
Wind chimes are one of feng shui's hardest working remedies. Their role is to bring aid in many forms - from lifting chi from a troubled area to suppressing energy in corners where there are negative stars to bringing you good news and help from influential people!
With all they can do, wind chimes are a valuable source and important tool in your feng shui arsenal. In short, wind chimes have two main roles: to cure or energize.
The Feng Shui of Houseplants
All plants have benefits, but there are some guidelines that will help you place your plants in your home auspiciously, including plants for wealth and prosperity. Very often a room without a plant appears lifeless and sterile, but the question isn’t so much about which are good and which are bad feng shui plants, but it's how and where they’re placed that matters most.
Feng Shui to Attract Your Soulmate
If finding the right love and a soulmate to share your life is what you’re looking for but you haven’t found it yet, try feng shui. When you’re ready for a serious commitment, use these tips for attracting love and set your intention for activating your home with a forever love energy.
By activating the love corner of your home, you can create the kind of energy that attracts love and helps you manifest your soulmate and loving partner in life.
House Annoyances That Drag Down Your Energy
Finding a way to improve your home’s look and feel is an important part of feng shui. Although the art of placement is often about making changes to your home to create a change in your life, sometimes we need to change our homes simply because we don’t like the way they look or function.
You don’t have to have a reason to employ feng shui other than you simply want to go from an environment that you endure or put up with to one you enjoy.
Simply put, tolerating your home creates negative energy
Spring Rituals to Purify, Release and Energize
In feng shui, the springtime holds the energy of ripening chi. There are rituals and activities that are suited for the spring season. The energy of the sun begins growing stronger, the days become longer, and the earth shows its growing energy in blooming flowers, trees blossoming with bright green leaves, and nature coming alive again.
Look at these suggestions for creating new growth energy and working with the growing and ripening chi of springtime.