Tag Archive | Chi

New Year 2017 Quick Tips

At the end of the year, whether you celebrate Chinese New Year or not, there are a few things you can do to allow for “clean chi” to enter your home, office or wherever for a fresh start to the upcoming year: DECLUTTER!  I say it a lot, but particularly now, it’s a wonderful way […]

Feng Shui Within: Feng Shui and Fitness

*** Please consult with your doctor before taking on any kind of new physical activity. *** When most people think of Feng Shui, they immediately think of energy (Chi), furniture placement, changing colors and patterns, de-cluttering even the interactions of the five elements. They may consider their external surroundings such as gardens and landscaping; or […]

Feng Shui Basics: Clutter Part 4 – “Hidden” Clutter

It’s time for Spring Cleaning! We all know to de-clutter our closets, drawers and cabinets. We’ve been through the basement a hundred times weeding out what we no longer need. We’ve kept clothing to a reasonable capacity in our closets. I’m here to remind you that clearing out old, stagnant items increases the Chi in […]

♥ FENG SHUI LOVE ♥ Part 1

 ♥ Happy Valentine’s Day! ♥ It’s true: Feng Shui can play a huge part in your love life.  Whether you are looking to rekindle an old flame, desire more love in your existing relationship or are searching for a new love, Feng Shui is a wonderful way to go! In Part 1 of this post […]

Quick Reference of Flying Stars for the Year of the Water Snake

I’ll let you in on a little secret:  Flying Star Feng Shui is a cumbersome burden to me personally, as a practitioner and consultant. I would much rather focus on balancing the energies of the elements, correcting and encouraging the flow of Chi and using décor and color to create a home or workplace that […]

HOLIDAY 2012

Water is the element of the winter months, when it’s coldest outside and the hours of daylight are briefest. It is a yin time of year, no doubt about it. There are many ways you can balance the yin with yang though, and below are a bunch of tips I’ve come up with to help […]

The Empty Nest

As I look around this empty house I have to wonder which scenario is best – how things were or how they are now: Having my twin girls living here as they have for 18 years, with literally trails of messes showing every stop they’ve made around the house and a level of quintessential chaos […]