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.
Dining Room Feng Shui
Few things are as lovely as a beautifully set dining room table filled with gleaming china, crystal, and silver. It coveys a special feeling when you sit at a table that is as beautifully set and prepared as a special holiday meal. There can be no doubt that your dining room is an important room in the house for daily dining and special celebrations and holidays. That’s why dining room feng shui matters.
Depression and Hopelessness
Many times, depression and hopelessness can be rooted in a lack of purpose or fulfillment. And, at one time or another, almost everyone has experienced some sort of despondency, whether through health worries, relationship, job difficulties or problems that seem insurmountable. A period of the blues that lingers, though, is unhealthy. Here’s how you can help depression and hopelessness with feng shui.
How I Got Started in Feng Shui
But, what’s it actually like working as a feng shui consultant? The day to day is pretty much like any other business. Working as a feng shui consultant means being an understanding, non-judgmental, and patient person. In the course of my consultation career, I’ve been asked about how to handle difficult love relationships, a major illness like cancer to mystery illnesses, infidelity, career problems, and money issues. You have to be ready for anything... and want to help.
The Feng Shui of Managing Your Money
There’s a lot of information about how to improve your money luck in feng shui, but little that talks about how to actually handle it. One of the biggest areas of unhappiness and frustration in our lives is often our relationship with money – how we spend, save, invest, accumulate and earn money. Learn which color folders to place bills, investments and pay stubs in and how to manage your money with feng shui.
The Clean Dirty Paradigm
In feng shui, a clean house is a lucky house. Does your house promote good luck? Think on this: A house that’s neat, but not cleaned, is a house that’s just getting by, and that represents a life that’s just getting by, not truly flourishing. Remember: Dirt and dust equal stagnant and stuck.
The Feng Shui of Streets and Roads
In feng shui, roads are treated like waterways because they conduct the movement of traffic, much like water moves and flows. The way roads move past our house and the way roads are in relationship to our house can directly affect the type of chi we have in our homes and the luck in our lives.