Feng Shui Gallery

Welcome to the Feng Shui Gallery!

Acquaint yourself with the principles of Feng Shui through my personal Gallery. These pictures quickly illustrate Feng Shui cures, as well as Feng Shui no-nos. From the garden to your business logo, learn the importance in crafting an abundant life using the codes of Feng Shui.

After viewing my Gallery, step back and think of your home as a Gallery. Every image in your home is promoting a message, hopefully of abundance, optimism and support. If you are unsure how to create a harmonious or prosperous home, schedule a consultation for personalized cures specific to your home, office or circumstances.

A renewed life is one feng shui cure away!

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Red Lily

May 2008

Red lilies flatter the men of the house when planted in the South area of the yard or in the reputation gua. Consider masses of these bulbs to make a dramatic statement.

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Bougainvillea

April 2008

Bougainvilleas need a minimum of five hours, preferably more, of direct sunlight to produce their colorful bracts. They grow well in large pots. Pink bougainvilleas are a great addition to the Southwest corner of the yard or planted in the relationship gua.

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Tree Faces

March 2008

I often experiment with Feng Shui cures, for hands-on feedback I can share with my clients. Here is something I do not recommend. Although cute and comical, this sticking-out-your-tongue tree face disrupted operations from day one. Not recommended.

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Garden Spells

February 2008

If you love plant lore and the concept of a magical, enchanted garden you will love Sarah Addison Allen’s book, “Garden Spells.” Allen delightfully tells the story of an enchanted apple tree and the people who tend it. You will never look at a tree or flower in the same way after reading Allen’s take on the potential influence of a plant.

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In Feng Shui, chi slows down when doors are blocked or crowded. Shrubbery and vines should be trimmed to frame doors, not block them.

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Avoid the “one night stand” look in the bedroom. Set the intention of committed, balanced and supportive relationships with two night stands. Think of them as centurions protecting the bed.

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A light pole or tree directly in front of the entry door is not recommended. This placement creates split vision, suggesting distraction in achieving goals or having to contend with divisive issues.

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Choose art carefully. Positive, uplifting images are ideal. Avoid images which suggest sadness, regret or aloneness.

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On a recent tour of the Crystal Cathedral campus in Garden Grove, CA, the tour guide pointed out the vertical placement of the stone at the entry of the Arboretum chapel. Dr. Robert Schuller specifically requested this design, to pull the eye upwards toward heaven. This is a great example of conscious intention – embedding deeper meaning into choices and decisions.

Put meaning into daily actions Conscious intention is the cornerstone of Feng Shui. Clean your desk with the intention of attracting new clients. Paint the garage floor with the intention of a new car. Repair a damaged ceiling with the intention of simplifying overhead expenses.

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See-through houses are not recommended! Due to the aligned windows, chi quickly travels through the house creating stress and tension. Heavier window treatments are recommended. Avoid see-through houses!