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Feng Shui Training And The Home

If you have feng shui training, then you know how important it is to put these principles into practice in your home and work spaces. If you haven’t had any classes or training in feng shui but would still like to fill your home with the applied principles of it, then feng shui consultations are probably right up your alley. The great thing about feng shui consulting (as opposed to going out and taking classes on your own) is that it provides you with personalized information, direct from a professional.

Rather than learning the principles and then attempting to apply them, amateur-style, to your own home, an experienced professional can take a look at your living and working spaces and tell you how to optimize them for energy flow. They can also give you pointers on improving other aspects of your life that can be manipulated with feng shui. Does your family fight a lot in the living room? Do you have trouble focusing when working at your desk? Both of these are things that can be improved through the use of feng shui.

You can create warmth in the kitchen, romance in the bedroom, and creative, focused productivity in the office, when you room is optimized for those very things. Of course, it is up to you, as the resident of the space, to maintain these spaces in a way that continues to be supportive of this energy and function. One way to stay on top of things is to do what is sometimes known as maintenance cleaning. All this means is that you clean up as you go along, rather than waiting to do it all in one big swoop. That doesn’t mean you have to clean your house every day (who has time for that?), but it does mean cleaning up after you use or dirty any given space. In the bathroom, for example, wiping down the fixtures and counter after using the sink will keep everything spot-free and shiny. It will also make your bathroom a more welcoming place each time you walk in. That way, when it comes time for the weekend cleaning, you’ll have much less to do and won’t feel overwhelmed with how much there is to clean up.

Sometimes, bringing feng shui into a space can help the inhabitants respect the space and its meaning on a deeper level. If you do have feng shui consulting, be sure to share what you’ve learned with the entire family. Even if they don’t all believe fully in the art, they will hopefully respect your intentions regarding their home, and they will certainly appreciate how wonderful the whole house looks and feels!


Besides the types of mountain and hills, what can you look for when selecting a property in a locality with prosperity and posterity in mind?

You should make close observation on the quality of soil that make up the land in the vicinity of the neighborhood.

In Feng Shui, the natural environment we lived in provides us with life giving energy known as qi. It is the life force that sustains all living things on earth. From the highest peak of the mountain, qi flows along the natural contours of the land and makes it way down the valleys where water is located. It is carried by the wind and gathers at the boundary of water.

When you are looking for a suitable property to make your home, you should observe whether there is any mountain or hill around the area. If there is and it is lush with vegetation, you can tap into the qi that is strong and vitalizing.

But if you would like to know what types of qi is available in the area, you can start by looking at what is below the ground. Qi flows on top and below the ground. Earth is a natural conductor of qi and naturally you can determine the types of qi it carries from observing the soil. The secret is in the color of the soil. To do this, you need to dig about 2 feet into the ground. First, pay attention to the texture of the soil. If it is soft and loamy (with a mixture of clay, sand and some decayed vegetable matter), it indicates positive qi and therefore good quality. Whereas if the soil tends to be rocky and pebbly (with mostly stones), it is not conducive for positive qi to take root. Secondly, by examining the soil’s natural color, we can determine the types of qi it contains. Based on Feng Shui concept, there are five elemental phases of qi namely, wood, fire, earth, metal and water. Each element takes on a color.

The following is a general guide as to what each color means in relation to the soil:-

Green colored soil denotes wood qi and is associated with nobility, benevolence and growth

Red or purple colored soil denotes fire qi and is associated with passion and spirituality

Yellowish colored soil denotes earth qi and is associated with wealth and stability

Pale white colored soil denotes metal qi and is associated with power and authority

Black colored soil denotes water qi and is associated with intelligence and traveling.

For more of such articles, you can visit and which offers free reading of your birth chart based on Chinese Four Pillars of Destiny (Ba Zi).

Feng Shui and the Lottery

People are wiling to try all sorts of things if they think that it may help them to win the lottery and one lady has suggested that practising the ancient art of feng shui can help.

Eileen Chen who has been a practioner and a fan of of feng shui for over 10 years claims if that applying the same principles can improve ones chances of a lottery win. She began to read up on Bazi which is an ancient form of divination based on birth date and time. She says it can have an effect on a persons luck and character. She believes a combination of Bazi and Feng shui is good.

Mrs Chen was speaking to the Star Online about applying these principles when setting up a new home and applied it to decor, furnishings and layout. and believes it has great impact on her mood, well being, finances and energy and also

Lotto fans may feel like trying anything if it will raise their chances of a big win playing something like Italian SuperEnalotto – and one person has claimed the ancient art of feng shui can help.

Eileen Chen says:-

-If there is no indication in a person’s Bazi that he will strike a lottery and become rich, no amount of feng shui and renovation to the house will make him strike the lottery.

However, the chances of a person who has an indication of wealth in his Bazi to get a windfall is higher when the right time comes if his house feng shui is good,-

Perhaps this is something that could work for us.

Alternative we may just like to continue with our existing ways of seeking that lottery win.

Whatever you do, best of luck and have fun.

Tony Bayliss How to inprove your chances of a lottery win


Trendy Bath Vanities, Sinks And Faucets Offer Feng Shui Asian Fusion Flair

There are a host of options at your disposal. Double-sink vanities, custom storage hutches and wall-mounted cabinets all merging form and function. All you need to do is determine your style statementcontemporary, traditional, vintage, Asian inspired or Old World.

As for your design style, lets say its Asian inspired. You wouldnt be alone with interest in that motif. The American bath culture has indeed changed. Stressed homeowners seek refuge and solace and thats why so many of us are creating environments in our homes conducive to the Eastern concept of centering. You dont have to be a certified Feng Shui master to recognize this increasing trend. Which translates to simple, clean lines and minimalist features that are a signature of the Asian-influenced design leaning. So hot in home furnishings, its not at all surprising that this thematic has made its way into the kitchen and bath. Its a measure of good design.

Its all about global style. From deep soaking tubs, exotic shower waterfalls
and sinks that sleekly exemplify the art of Zen.

As homeowners integrate Japanese koi ponds into estate home entryways and lanai water features (as in a tranquil Asian-style lushly landscaped courtyards), the Asian-motifs grace and beauty continues to be used for accessories, flooring and
furniture. In hardgoods, there are plenty of Asian-inspired looks, including:
faucets with a bamboo-like sculpted finishes, along with drawer pulls reminiscent of bamboo, wood cabinetry inspired by Asian aesthetics and a sink series with its square wooden basins modeled after a traditional Japanese
soaking tub.

Clean lines and simple forms specifically characterize vanity cabinets defined by Pacific/eastern cultures. Asian design can be more asymmetrical. It is subtle, yet dramatic, and creates a peaceful ambiance. Whats noteworthy about Asian fusion basics is that some of the products arent even necessarily defined as such. But what makes them work so well is that they offer a less is more point of view with linear, sleek and contemporary sensibilities that combine unique and differentiating elements.