Flying Star Feng Shui Outlook for November 2009

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October 2009 Flying Star Feng Shui Energy

Below is the Flying Star feng shui chart for October 2009.

October 2009 Flying Star Energy

October 2009 Flying Star Energy

If you draw an outline of your office or home floor plan and then put a tic-tac-toe symbol over it you will have the bagua for your building. (There’s actually a little more to it than this but in general this will work for you.) Once you have this you can label the directions so you know which energy will affect the different guas of your office or home.

The easiest way to activate the positive guas (areas in your home) is to keep these areas busy. Have the kids play here, hold meetings in this area of your office and if your front door is in a positive gua that will stir up the energy, too.

You can reduce the effects of the negative guas by keeping these areas quiet. If possible, don’t use these areas at all because the more activity you have here the more you will stir up the energy that will create the challenges you see here in the chart.

For example, if your main door is in the Northwest try to use it as much as possible this month if you want to travel or travel a lot already. If your front door is in the East it’s better if you use a different door to come and go from your home or business to avoid financial loss or theft.

An easier way to activate the beneficial guas and cure the negative ones is to place your feng shui activations and cures. That way you don’t have to worry about whether you need to use or avoid certain doors or rooms each month.

You can get your feng shui cures and activations each month by going here: Flying Star Feng Shui for 2009. In addition to giving you everything you need to experience the best energy possible you’ll also get your personal feng shui outlook for the month.

October 9, 2009 at 1:46 pm 1 comment

How to Feng Shui for Better Health

Did you know that each area of the feng shui bagua not only represents an area of your life but also different parts of your body?  It’s true.

Whenever I hear a mom talking about her child’s ear infection or people who have to deal with chronic headaches or migraines I recommend they look at the area of their home and their bedroom linked to the part of the body that’s having problems.

For example, let’s say your child has an ear infection.  The ears are represented by the north area of your home so start by looking there for clues.  Is there a lot of clutter here?  Do you have a leaky window?  Is a doorknob loose?  Are there broken objects here?

Taking time to clean up and make repairs can help ‘clean up and repair’ the problems your child is having with his or her ears especially if the problem is chronic.  (Obviously you’ll want to see your doctor or health care practitioner too.)

So be sure to use feng shui to energize your health as well as help you in other areas of your life.

October 1, 2009 at 9:30 am Leave a comment

How to Fix Bad Office Feng Shui

Feng shui your office

Feng shui your office

Most of my clients work in an office whether at home or in a business building and often they tell me that they have a hard time focusing at work.  So I thought I’d tell you what I tell them when I give them classical feng shui advice.

First, make sure your space is as free of clutter as possible.  Clutter stops energy flow and also keeps new energy from coming in which creates stagnation around you. 

Think about a stagnant pond.  It gets murkey and makes it hard for fish, turtles and other things to thrive.  In other words it’s lifeless.  It’s hard to be creative and energetic in space that’s lifeless and void of new energy.

Next make sure you’re sitting facing one of your best directions.  In an office environment this usually means facing your personal Success or personal Relationship direction.  When you do this you’re able to gain more recognition for your work and communicate more easily with co-workers, your boss, your clients, vendors, etc.

A great example of what happens when you don’t face one of your four best directions happened to a lawyer client of mine.  I was doing a feng shui consultation for his home and he happened to mention he wanted to set up a home office. 

I explained how two of his best direction would suit him as well as the room he had chosen for his office and he began to tell me that in his office at work he had a hard time concentrating.  He said that he often had to get up and walk around to clear his head and within a few minutes of sitting down again he’d feel aggitated again.

It turns out that he had an L-shaped desk and the way the desk was positioned in his office his only choices were to face his Frustration direction and his Theft direction.  When I told him this he said, “That’s exactly how I feel!  I feel frustrated when I’m in there.”

No wonder!

You’ll also want to sit with your back to a solid wall to create support for yourself in the position you hold.  This also gives you the support you need from your boss and co-workers.

Your desk should also be out of the line of the doorway and you want to be able to clearly see the doorway from where you’re sitting.  If this isn’t possible then place a  mirror so that you can see people coming in and out when you look into it from your desk.

Energy is not mysterious.  In fact it’s affecting you all the time no matter whether you’re paying attention to it or not so the key is to get it to work  for you rather than against you, especially if you’re going to be affected by it 8 hours or more each day.

For more information about classical feng shui I invite you to visit http://www.PalmBeachFengShui.com now.

September 27, 2009 at 9:29 am 7 comments

September 2009 Flying Star Feng Shui

  Below is the Flying Star feng shui chart for September 2009

 

Right-click here to download pictures. To help protect your privacy, Outlook prevented automatic download of this picture from the Internet. Sept 2009 Flying Stars

If you draw an outline of your office or home floor plan and then put a tic-tac-toe symbol over it you will have the bagua for your building.  (There’s actually a little more to it than this but in general this will work for you.)  Once you have this you can label the directions so you know which energy will affect the different guas of your office or home.

 
The easiest way to activate the positive guas (areas in your home) is to keep these areas busy.  Have the kids play here, hold meetings in this area of your office and if your front door is in a positive gua that will stir up the energy, too.
 
You can reduce the effects of the negative guas by keeping these areas quiet.  If possible, don’t use these areas at all because the more activity you have here the more you will stir up the energy that will create the challenges you see here in the chart. 
 
For example, if your main door is in the Southeast try to use it as much as possible this month to attract more happiness to your life.  If your front door is in the East it’s better if you use a different door to come and go from your home or business to avoid financial loss.
 
An easier way to activate the beneficial guas and cure the negative ones is to place your feng shui activations and cures.  That way you don’t have to worry about whether you need to use or avoid certain doors or rooms each month. 
 
You can get your feng shui cures and activations each month by going here:  Flying Star Feng Shui for 2009.  In addition to giving you everything you need to experience the best energy possible you’ll also get your personal feng shui outlook for the month.

September 9, 2009 at 1:28 pm Leave a comment

Bad Feng Shui Advice

I spend a lot of time answering feng shui questions that come into my website, on Twitter and on various other internet sites and am amazed at the amout of bad advice people have received.  Here are some examples:

  1. “For the best feng shui move your furniture every 6 months” – WRONG!  if you feng shui is set up correctly the first time you shouldn’t ever have to move your furniture. 
  2. “Putting water on the right side of your front door will cause your husband to have an affair.”  – WRONG!  This one is so baffling I’m not even sure how to respond.  Water by the front door is fine if you’re using Compass Feng Shui and your front door is in the north.  It’s also fine if you’re using Flying Star feng shui and the Water Star is auspicious.  Left and right have nothing to do with the placement.
  3. “My neighbor told me to put a crystal at my front door.” – Maybe, it depends on what direction your front door is located.  Crystals work best in the SW and NE so unless your front door is in these locations putting a crystal there doesn’t make sense.

You get the idea. 

So my question to you is would you take medical advice from a math teacher or plumbing advice from a shoe salesman or party planning advice from a monk?  If not then I’d suggest not taking feng shui advice from your neighbor or your friend who read a book or your sister-in-law who knows a guy who knows a guy who had a feng shui consultation done because there’s a better than 90% chance you’re going to get bad (though well intentioned) advice.

August 29, 2009 at 2:54 pm Leave a comment

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