24 Feb A Second Look at Second Floors:Feng Shui Upstairs

In my own training and the training that I give my students, the principle “tool” is a mental map called a bagua.  This bagua is superimposed over a space based on the position of the front door and from which can be determined the nine life areas (Career, Knowledge, Family, Wealth, Fame, Partnerships, Children & Creativity, Helpful People, and Health). By determining where an issue is specifically represented on the main floor of the space, a person can gain insight about what kind of changes can or should be made for an optimal outcome.  This past week someone asked how the bagua should be placed on an upper floor.  This question implies some other questions:  Is there a front door upstairs and where is it?  Or is the bagua the same from one floor to the next?
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11 Apr What’s in a Name?

Lately I’ve been addressing a lot of issues in my appointments with people who find themselves living in a space that has no meaning for them. This comes about in many ways. Sometimes a person was drawn to move into a house years ago and...

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25 Apr Does My House Dream?

The other night I woke up to some strange noises. They weren't all that loud, but loud enough that they disturbed my sleep. At first I figured my cats were playing around, but I soon discovered they were all sleeping soundly in various...

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21 Mar Is My House Bored?

My experience as a Feng Shui consultant has opened my eyes and ears to the nuanced messages a house may provide. Although we are typically known for aligning a space to fit with a person’s needs and goals, I’ve learned that a space can have...

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