Easy FengShui Tips for Attracting, Nourishing and Keeping Love

1)     Don’t surround yourself with single imagery.For example: Avoid placing a single armchair in the corner of your home without placing another across from it for someoneto sit with. Instead, surround yourselves with pairs of everything. Paintings of lovers, two nightstands, two armchairs, two candles, numerous paintings in a hallway etc. 2)     Forget the walls! Your furniture should be arranged to support communication and never put directly against the wall. When arranging a seating area, focus instead on making sure the front legs of your sofa and chairs are on your rug (not just around it), and are facing one another so people will want to sit and talk. 3)     Add family photos! To improve your marriage or family life, fill your home with smiling pictures...

Four Quick and Easy Tips to Attract Wealth

In the metaphysical sciences, Wealth is known as having what you need when you need it. Therefore, the tips below are about attracting “Wealth” as much as they are about attracting money. 1)     The stove, which is a Fire element, is directly related to one’s wealth, particularly money.Consequently, the kitchen is one of the most important rooms in the house. If you’re looking to attract more prosperity, make sure your stove is clean and that all your burners work, and are used equally. Keep your pantry and refrigerator organized and stored with food that you actually eat, and please toss food out if it becomes expired. 2)     Color has a huge impact on mood, and is used often in FengShui to attract various energies. (Click this link to read a previous blog of...

Qi Men Dun Jia Deity Stars for June 6 to July 6, 2014

Dear Friends, As many of you may know, this is the year of the Wood Wu Horse. The Wu Horse is a Fire element, which is good if you need fire in your chart. If you already have a Wu Horse in your chart, and the Wu Horse comes in during 2014 as a year star, the intensity of the Fire is amplified, and the presence of a second Wu creates what is called a “Self Punishment”. In other words, if you have a Wu Horse in your chart, 2014 is a year where you could do something really stupid. Why am I telling you this? Because from June 6 to July 6 it is also a Wu Horse Month, and June 16th is a Wu Horse Day. Wu Wu Wu Wu is a lot of fire, a lot of Self-Punishment, and it’s a lot of potential to do something really stupid this month, particularly on the June...

Thriving vs. Surviving

Arianna Huffington’s new book, Thrive, and Dan Harris’s 10% Happier have created a growing interest in meditation and the way of life it encourages. As a result, the financially obsessed definition of success is changing. Don’t get me wrong, they are not suggesting that there is something wrong with having money, making money or even wanting money, but when your life’s happiness or level of success is solely defined by how much money you have or make, that’s when you could be putting unnecessary pressure on yourself that begets discontent. My older daughter constantly calls herself a “struggling actress.” She lives in the Big Apple, working her butt off in various jobs so she can pay for her ridiculously expensive, but tiny apartment while spending her days...