Tag Archives: feng shui tips

Got Boundary Issues?

In my line of work I always have to search for the environmental equivalent of whatever problem my clients tell me they want to change. When it comes to boundary issues, besides looking at the obvious indoor things such as clutter with no clear place to be stored, I get a lot of mileage out […]

What is your source of suffering?

“Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.”  –Buddha  To alleviate suffering, it would be a great start to avoid ingesting the “5 poisons” of jealousy, ignorance, greed, pride, and attachment. These unhealthy emotions are the source of much suffering, even though many people would swear that it’s their mother-in-law, noisy neighbor, terrible teacher, or what have […]

Preparing for Fall with Feng Shui – Keep the Invitation Open

A hint of fall is in the air, I can feel it. This is a time of transition between the bright, hot “yang-ness” of summer and the darker, cooler yin days of winter. I’ve got a pumpkin growing in the garden that’s looking to be a fine specimen jack-o-lantern decoration for my front porch. When […]

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Feng Shui has brought me more work than I can handle!

How much do you really know about Feng Shui? Do you apply it to your life? Have you seen results? My New Years Resolution this year is to give you more! More content, more answers, more of whatever you need having to do with feng shui and healthy, happy living. To start, I thought we […]

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Is Taxidermy Considered Bad Feng Shui?

I understand how some people want to remember the big catch or big kill by creating a trophy for themselves and hanging it on the wall, but let’s break it down from a feng shui perspective and see how these kinds of things stack up energetically in the home: 1. Poor symbolism: By placing this […]

Rebuilding After a Disaster with Feng Shui in Mind

With all the tornadoes flying around this past week, I thought I’d give those badly affected a little checklist to consider if they have to rebuild. In order to be brief, I’m going to assume you know a bit about the feng shui that I practice or have read my book. I would highly recommend, […]

Job Interview Tips with Feng Shui

My son is auditioning for an arts school this month, which reminded me to pull out the feng shui tips for job interviews. Here are some of my ideas to maximize success: 1. Employ the “helpful people box.” Place the name of the person you are interviewing with, the company name, and anyone else you […]

The Power of Yielding During Holiday Gatherings

There is an ancient game that I learned years ago while studying tai chi called “Push Hands.” It is all about feeling when you are in a yin or yang movement – while your feet are anchored in one place and you are palm to palm.  The goal is to knock your opponent off balance […]

Feng Shui Tips to WANT TO Want Something Else

I have noticed a new distinction in some of my recent consultations. Clients have been requesting that they want to want something other than what they want! I have had one client who wants to want to stay in her marriage, one client who wants to want to be straight, one client who wants to […]

Feng Shui Success Stories

#1 I have to tell you a happy story that involves feng shui. My brother has been laid off for just a few weeks shy of 2 years and had only 3 more checks coming from unemployment. He told me about an interview he had with Antonelli College in downtown Cincy for an IT administrator […]