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Structures that deplete wealth

October 27, 2012

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by Denise A. Liotta-Dennis —  Classical feng shui, developed over thousands of years, identified sites that would cause people to lose their wealth. While these sites/structures may not cause money loss immediately, they can cause great loss in a very short time — sometimes in as little as a few weeks or a few months. […]

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Earth changes as seen through the way of Vastu

October 23, 2012

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by Robin and Michael Mastro —  Vastu is the ancient science of creating harmonious environments and comes from a body of knowledge known as the Vedas. This East Indian science is 7,000 to 10,000 years old and forms the basis of feng shui, predating it by at least 4,000 years. Vastu teaches us how to […]

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Structures that deplete wealth

October 23, 2012

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by Denise A. Liotta-Dennis — Classical feng shui, developed over thousands of years, identified sites that would cause people to lose their wealth. While these sites/structures may not cause money loss immediately, they can cause great loss in a very short time — sometimes in as little as a few weeks or a few months. […]

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Feng shui: a sense of belonging

October 9, 2012

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by Joy Abrams —  In feng shui, the Tao is an ongoing preoccupation of the feng shui practitioner. The word Tao simply means “the way” in Chinese. Placed specifically in a feng shui context, the Tao represents the relationship that exists between an individual and his or her environment. As they relate to feng shui, […]

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Using feng shui for heath, wellness and beauty

October 3, 2012

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by Deborah Thum —  Most people who know about feng shui think it is simply about the placement of furniture to bring harmony into one’s life. Fewer people understand these same principles can be applied to the human body to chart the relationship between inner character and outer appearance. The principles of feng shui for […]

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Can feng shui bring love into my life?

September 20, 2012

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by Joy Abrams —  The literal meaning of feng shui is wind and water. You cannot actually see the wind, but you can observe its results on your environment. You watch the tides ebb and flow, yet the source of this action remains a mystery. All you observe is the movement of wind and water […]

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Feng shui for your wedding

September 17, 2012

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by Joy Abrams —  Feng shui, the centuries-old art of placement, observes that everything in the universe is comprised of energy, or chi. To achieve good chi in your life, this energy must be balanced in your environment to support, rather than hinder, you. The environments you choose on a daily basis — and especially […]

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What direction are you coming from?

September 9, 2012

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by Joy Abrams —  Do you feel energized when you approach your neighborhood and the street where you live? Do you sigh with relief and pleasure as you enter your neighborhood? If you do, you know that your home is in harmony with you and your environment. The direction from which you approach your house […]

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Feng shui your garden

September 7, 2012

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by John Leslie —  Is your front door visible from the street? Do you have a walk or path that meanders from the street to your main entrance? If you answered no to either of these questions, your front yard could use a feng shui fix. Feng shui applies not only to the interior of […]

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Feng shui and art

September 4, 2012

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by Joy Abrams — Every decorating item in your home conveys a distinct message. The things around you have a profound effect on everyone in the household. Your surroundings can greatly affect career, health, relationships and prosperity. So it is important to surround yourself with things you love and that are meaningful and impart happiness. […]

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We shape our dwellings and our dwellings shape us

August 22, 2012

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by Joy Abrams —  Feng shui is an ancient Chinese art that involves science in the practice of placement. Its literal translation is wind and water, but its definition includes the analysis of environments for and locating sites that have a favorable life energy called chi. Feng shui also is used to make adjustments to […]

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Feng shui for challenging times

August 16, 2012

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by Luckie Bosselman —  For thousands of years, wise men and women have used the natural energies or chi of each season to support and enhance their lives in making positive changes. Using the Chinese doctrine of the five elements — fire, water, wood, earth and metal — provides the building blocks for manifestation. Transformation […]

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The link between our environment and senses

August 14, 2012

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by Joy Abrams — In feng shui, the Tao is an ongoing preoccupation of the feng shui master. It simply means in Chinese terms, “the way.” The Tao, or way, reflects an imagery-based manner, a deep value of the Oriental culture. It is our reason for being here and belonging. It reflects our life experience […]

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