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Friday, May 18th, 2012

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Vaastu – older than Feng Shui and dating back over 10,000 years, Vaastu uses the scientific principles recorded in the Vedas to protect you against strife by aligning physical, energetic, karmic and spiritual forces in your life.

Feng Shui – where you live and work directly influences the opportunities and luck that comes your way. Through mathematical and compass calculations, Feng Shui can help you make subtle yet powerful changes to your environment to improve your health, finances, love life and so much more.

Numerology – how numbers like your birth date, address, bank account, and wedding day shape your personality, your fortunes and your interaction with other people.

Bhrigu Yantra –the oldest astrology and divination system on the planet, this enables you to consult directly with the spiritual world for guidance on specific issues in your life.

Omens and Intuition – regarded as a science in India, knowing how to read omens and listen to intuition can help alert you to dangers and guide you around obstacles.

Date Selection – before you plan an event, see a doctor, make a purchase, send a proposal or invest money, it’s crucial to know how the energies of that day can affect or block your success.

Gemology – gemstones are energetically tied to the planets. Learn how wearing particular stones can strengthen you against negative energies.

Face Reading – imagine being able to read a person’s face and know immediately the general direction of their destiny as well as their strengths, motivators, personality and more.

Astrocartography – using your birth date, this science reveals the best places on Earth for you to pursue your dreams, find spiritual growth, health, love and romance, prosperity or adventure.

Space Clearing –vibrational energy is attached to everything –your walls, the clothes in your closet, a piece of furniture, a painting or vase. Learn to clear away any negative energy clinging to the objects around you so you can change direction and move forward.

Vibrational Healing – each Chakra in your body is tuned to a particular vibration. Learn how to use vibrations to stimulate, soothe, and unblock energy so you can heal physical and emotional disease and distress.

Handwriting Analysis – learn what the size, slant and form of handwriting reveals about you (and others), and how changing your handwriting can literally change your life.

The Power of Color – each color has its own vibration. Learn how certain colors can help … and how some can actually attract misfortunes like cancer or financial setbacks.

Mantra Meditation – more than just a calming, reflective time out on busy days, mantra meditation uses the vibrational qualities in ancient chants to ramp up your chakras’ vibrations — and your natural ability to attract health, abundance, and love.

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“Finding Your Career Potential in Your Astrological Chart”

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

with Rupal Mehta Turner and special guest Nancy Bahlman

In these uncertain economic times, many people have either lost their jobs, been forced out of industries or are under-employed. And there are many others stuck in jobs that are not rewarding yet they hang on because their work “pays” their bills. If you’re looking for new work or want to make a career change but not sure about what to do or you’re simply afraid to “take the leap,” then you don’t want to miss the next Infinite Abundance Inner Circle Call.

My special guest will be Nancy Bahlman, an expert in astrology and astrocartography. On this call, you will learn…

  • Which talents and career abilities are BEST for you personally based upon your personal astrological chart
  • When is the best time to make career changes in your lives (There are certain times in our lives when we should make changes and if we don’t, we will be forced into making changes!!)
  • What upcoming astrological changes to be aware of and its impact between now and the end of this year on you
  • And so much more!
  • Click here to join us for this months Infinite Abundance Inner Circle call tomorrow night: http://www.classicalfengshui.com/jv/innercircle.html

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    Classical Feng Shui and Vaastu can improve your financial situation

    Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

    Everyday you are being influenced by a multitude of unseen energies coming from the buildings and environment in which you live and work. These energies are either auspicious (enhancing your prosperity) or negative (bringing about misfortune). By adjusting your surroundings, you can activate auspicious energies to bring you money luck as well as protect you from misfortune. It may sound a little odd to the Western mind, but remember that for thousands of years, Feng Shui was a heavily guarded secret that kings and emperors used to protect their power and wealth. There was fear that if the “common” man came into the knowledge of Feng Shui, he could use this ancient science to change his fortunes and elevate himself to the level of kings.

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    Feng Shui Mistake – Using red to activate your fame and success

    Monday, April 30th, 2012

    Careful! Are you sure you’re not actually inviting arguments and heart disease?

    The Compass School is recognized by Classical Feng Shui and is very powerful – but only if the calculations are true to the authentic Compass School, and only if they are performed correctly. Once again, you must be on guard against the over-simplified “New Age” version that rigidly assigns life situations (wealth, relationships, fame for example), as well as elements and colors to each direction without taking into consideration any other factors.

    For instance, according to this New Age Compass version, the north direction is associated with career; northeast is related to knowledge; east is family and health; southeast is wealth; south is fame; southwest is relationships; west is children and the northwest is helpful people. According to the Lo Shu Bagau used by the Compass School, north is associated with the water element. Because of this, many New Age Feng Shui practitioners will recommend that everyone should always put a water fountain or fish tank in the north part of their home to tap into “career” luck. This is devastatingly – dangerously – oversimplified. As we saw earlier in Mistake #1, putting water in an improper area without considering timing, unseen energies, or planetary influences can trigger car accidents, sickness, and loss of funds and go against the very nature of placing water there in the first place – that of increasing prosperity! The southwest area is associated with love and relationships according to the New Age Compass School. So if you’re looking for a new “love” to come into your life, practitioners of this school will tell you to place boulders in the southwest of your garden, or to place a pair of decorative geese or crystal hearts in the southwest area of your bedroom or home. This overly simplified new age version of the original Compass School does not take into consideration the placement of elements according to the movement of time. For example, if you place those crystal hearts in the southwest of your house during a month with certain planetary influences, it won’t be love you attract, but instead the potential for sickness.

    Untrained use of the Lo Shu Bagua can set these “everyone should always” traps in every area of your home! For example, if you’re looking for fame, then New Age Compass School practitioners might tell you to paint the south part of your home bright red because it is related to the fire element. But what about the interplay of energies and timing? What about the natal chart of you and your home? What about the surrounding property? All these factors can dramatically change the quality of the energy in that southern area. In fact, they can change the energy pattern so dramatically that instead of inviting fame and success, painting your southern room red could actually usher in arguments, eye ailments … even heart disease.

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    How is Classical Feng Shui different than other types of Feng Shui?

    Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

    Authentic or Classical Feng Shui has been around for thousands of years in Asia but came around to the west about 20 years ago. The most popular version of Feng Shui being practiced in the west is a New Age version that has become so over-simplified from science into interior decorating, color therapy, clutter clearing, and placing Chinese cultural objects to ensure good luck. The New Age version is not only frivolous, it is in many cases dangerous. (See our free report, “The 5 Biggest Feng Shui and Vaastu Mistakes Most People Make… And How to Avoid Them“).

    By contrast, Classical Feng Shui applies well-defined scientific principles and energy theories to individual situations. Instead of dangerous “one size fits all” recommendations, clients receive personal analysis of their unique interaction with their specific environment. That’s vital, because every structure has its own energy map that determines how it will interact with an individual over time. To assess this, Classical Feng Shui uses a sophisticated compass and complex mathematical formulas and calculations to examine both the physical environment (location and orientation of the building and its relationship to surrounding environmental features) and the quality of energy affecting a building in a specific time period. And by doing both, Classical Feng Shui helps you avoid making mistakes and missing valuable opportunities.

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    Classical Feng Shui – Is Your Office Sabotaging Your Success?

    Thursday, April 19th, 2012

    The way your office is set up, where you place your desk, the colors you use, and even the lighting all have an effect on how you do business. Authentic Feng Shui can help you clear away negative energies — and energy blockages — that can sabotage efficiency, productivity and profitability. Advanced Classical Feng Shui formulas can even forecast where and when risks and opportunities might arise and what you can do to assure the greatest possible benefit.

    While these calculations and even basic furniture placement are tied to the unique energy makeup of you and your office, these three general principles can help you create a supportive work environment.

    1. Clear away objects that sabotage energy flow. Clutter isn’t just messy; it’s a magnet for attracting negative energy. If your desk and floor are scattered with unfinished projects, papers, files and mail, energy can’t flow freely. Trapped energy either goes stagnant or builds up into a force that can make you feel jittery, overwhelmed, irritable, fatigued or depressed. In such an environment, you’ll find it’s hard to concentrate and complete tasks. Problems build up, creativity suffers and conflicts arise. Every item should have a designated home where you can find and easily access it. Take time to organize your files and use them so you don’t have to keep pieces of paper “in sight” just so you’ll know where they are. Clear the jumble from your desktop so that your eye — and the energy in your space — have calm places to rest. And don’t forget the jumble on your computer: regularly clear away unnecessary email and files.

    2. Reposition your desk. A sizable and neatly arranged desk attracts power and confidence. As a general rule, the best position for a desk is in the far right corner diagonally opposite from the door with your back to the wall or catty corner to the wall. In addition, try to avoid these three situations:

    • Don’t put your desk in a direct line with the door. The energy coming from another office or hallway can cause discomfort. You may find yourself unable to concentrate and want to leave your desk.
    • Don’t sit with your back to the door. You should have a clear view of the room and office door. This gives you energetic control over the space which, in turn, attracts energies that support you in feeling capable, relaxed, and confident.
    • Don’t sit at a desk that places you directly under an exposed overhead beam. That beam can concentrate energies in the area right over your head. If you spend eight or ten hours at your desk, you could find you suffer from headaches and you could literally feel you are “under too much pressure.”

    3. Balance your office lighting. Lighting doesn’t just affect your eyes or even your mood. It also affects the energy in your office. Light – even sunlight – that is too bright creates an excessively “yang” energy that can cause agitation, conflict, and difficulty concentrating. By the same token, light that’s too dim creates an excessively “yin” energy that can produce fatigue and make it difficult to project a confident, capable presence. Feng Shui principles help balance your office’s lighting so that it’s bright enough to energize the space without disrupting harmony and concentration. Consider using natural spectrum light bulbs — they provide a more balanced light than traditional bulbs. Outfit windows with blinds that can filter and direct sunlight to prevent harsh shadows and glare. Consider desk lamps — they give you more flexibility in adjusting your overall lighting and then help balance the glare your computer screen can produce.

    These three Feng Shui principles will go a long way toward helping you weed out “success sabateurs” that can choke off prosperity at work. But, as always, your own horoscope interacts with both the horoscope of your office and the energies flowing through it. If you make the changes suggested here but find that problems still persist – deals or promotions fall through, cash flow stalls, you can’t seem to get things done — a consultation with a Classical Feng Shui practitioner can quickly reveal the underlying causes and help you restore a positive energy flow.

    (c) 2009 Rupal Mehta Turner

    About the author: Feng Shui and Vaastu Expert Rupal Mehta Turner publishes “The Prosperity Report”, a biweekly ezine that reveals Feng Shui and Vaastu secrets for a thriving business and personal life. If you’re ready to improve your finances, health and relationships by using the forces in your environment, get your FR*EE tips now at http://www.ClassicalFengshui.com

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    Feng Shui Mistake – Believing any home that doesn’t face east or northeast spells doom for your family.

    Monday, April 16th, 2012

    Careful: According to Vaastu (Indian Feng Shui), beneficial energies flow from those directions, but your own ideal home might face a different direction.

    As a Feng Shui and Vaastu practitioner, I’m often called on to help clients who are considering a move to find the most auspicious home. Thanks to many of the Vaastu books on the market today — and even some Vaastu consultants – many clients come to me convinced that the only directions a house should face are north, east or northeast. Any other directions and the occupants are doomed and have “bad vaastu!” Again, this is pure nonsense and shows a lack of understanding of the science behind Vaastu.

    While positive energies certainly emanate from the north, east, and northeast, it doesn’t mean that your house must face these directions. In fact, I had one client whose house faced east and it couldn’t have been a worse orientation for her. The fact is that your home doesn’t have to face one of the so-called “good Vaastu” directions for you to take advantage of the energetic rays coming from these directions. In other words, look for a home with plenty of windows located in the north, east and northeast areas.

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    Feng Shui for Troubled Times

    Monday, April 2nd, 2012

    Authentic Feng Shui balances both visible and invisible energies. This is a critical difference from hobbyist or “do it yourself” Feng Shui that concentrates on changing what is visible about your environment — the arrangement of furniture, for example. In contrast, a professional practitioner of authentic Feng Shui also manages the powerful unseen energies in an environment and this is how it is possible to bring about almost miraculous results.

    Still, with the economy pumping so much uncertainty and anxiety into the environment, it’s important to do all you can to create a supportive and protective environment. If you can’t immediately tap the expertise of a professional Feng Shui consultant, here are some common-sense ways to address — and improve — the visible energies in your home or office.

    1. Create a clean and orderly environment. With all that’s going on in the outside world, it’s smart to make your interior world as stress-free as possible, and that starts by removing all visible signs of clutter, unfinished tasks, disorder and disrepair. There’s no need to put on white gloves and spend every spare moment cleaning. However, the cleaner and clearer your rooms, the better air currents — and energy — will flow. As a result, you will feel calmer, safer and more productive. The reason is that everything, from a piece of paper to a dirty pot in the sink, has an energetic vibration. When there are too many objects in a room, there is simply too much vibration. This makes it difficult for you to concentrate and can leave you feeling anxious, pressured and cranky.

    2. Lighten your rooms — and your mood. With so much bad news coming at you from every direction, it’s easy to feel down and depressed. Did you know that spending too much time in dark rooms can actually contribute to depression, aching bones and other ailments? Let the sunshine in! Sunlight actually stimulates the optic nerve and tells the brain whether to produce serotonin (the wake-up, feel-good hormone) or melatonin (the time-to-sleep hormone). Sunlight is also a natural disinfectant that warms, brightens, and kills mold, mildew and germs. Light is a yang (vibrant) energy and in these tough times you want to bring in all the light you can to tip the balance away from living in an overly yin environment. Add a skylight if you can! If not, pull back the blinds, clean your windows, and turn up the lights. Full-spectrum light bulbs are wonderful since they reproduce the quality of natural sunlight and its positive effective on your body and mood.

    3. Make peace with your décor! Conflicting colors and patterns not only conflict with each other — they can put you in conflict with your environment. Their warring vibrations constantly jar your eye, making you feel anxious and irritable. Plus, constantly looking at conflicting colors and patterns will strain your eyes (creating fatigue and headaches) and, over time, put pressure on your liver. Headaches, anxiety and health issues are the last things you need: make it a priority to surround yourself with colors and patterns that are in harmony with one another — and with you.

    4. An eyesore is an eyesore. Anything that you see in your environment that bothers you will eventually depress your immune system. Get rid of those eye sores: chipped dishes, torn clothing, frayed or stained furniture, etc. And if you have an “eye sore view” from your window, immediately hang sheer curtains to block the view while still filling your room with beneficial light.

    5. De-clutter your mind. A cluttered home or business creates a disorganized mind. And a disorganized mind usually does not handle stress well, nor can you think clearly. Clutter literally clogs your home with energy that may cause depression and an out-of-control feeling. Not being able to find your things can subconsciously send the message that you’re failing. Sometimes you allow clutter simply because you are just too exhausted to do anything about it. The irony is that it is often the clutter itself that is inciting this feeling of fatigue. Free yourself from clutter so things can begin to open up in your home — and in your life.

    Remember, what’s visible in your environment is always a manifestation of what’s going on inside. The good news is that you can also use this principle in reverse! When you feel inner turbulence, use that anxious energy to transform your external environment: clean, clear away clutter, brighten, and beautify! You’ll be amazed at the immediate changes you begin to experience in how your environment looks and in how you feel.

    (c) 2012 Rupal Mehta Turner

    About the author: Feng Shui and Vaastu Expert Rupal Mehta Turner publishes “The Prosperity Report,” a biweekly ezine that reveals Feng Shui and Vaastu secrets for a thriving business and personal life. If you’re ready to improve your finances, health and relationships by using the forces in your environment, get your FR*EE tips now at http://www.ClassicalFengshui.com

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    Unlock a Life Bursting with Prosperity, Love and Purpose

    Friday, March 23rd, 2012

    I know that ancient sciences are built on the eternal spiritual truths that underlie all religions and must be treated with respect.  I also know that we are connected to everything in this world – not just our immediate environment, but to the unseen energies of stars, planets and spiritual forces. When you unify practices like spirituality and meditation with the wisdom of energy sciences like astrology, Feng Shui, Vaastu, and numerology you align your life with eternal spiritual truths and profound power to change your life.

    Stop living on autopilot! If we’re not careful, we can wind up living on autopilot – not feeling we have any real control over the course of our lives or the confusion, chaos and frustration we experience.  But what if I told you that you do have control … tremendous control! … and that you can exercise it immediately with actions as simple as choosing the right date to open a bank account, deflecting negative energies in your home, or even wearing the right color clothes to send energetic vibrations that help others feel a positive connection with you before you even say a word.

    The secret, however, is that the secrets change. There is no one “wealth corner” in your home.  There is no one “health color.”  A Feng Shui “cure” that stilled negative energy in March could stifle cash flow in April – unless it’s moved.  Why?  Because energy moves and our relationship to the stars, planets, positive forces, and negative forces is always changing, too.

    The secret is to change with these energies. And now, I’ll show you how — with my monthly teleseminar series.  Sign up now!

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    The Science of Classical Feng Shui

    Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

    Have you ever wondered why some places make you feel tense or uneasy, while other places give you a feeling of calm and vitality? The reason is that the earth’s magnetic field and universal energies exert a profound influence. In fact, every geographic direction emits a different quality of energy. We feel the “pull” of all these energies because our brain and body are electrical conductors. In the brain, for instance, the thalamus serves as the relay center for sensory and motor activities. Neurological research shows that when you face different directions, the neurons in the thalamus fire in different patterns.

    Science also accepts that at a cellular level the body responds to the different directions. For example, mitochondria – the tiny parts that give a cell its energy – line up differently according to the direction in which you sleep.

    By aligning your body with certain energies or a specific magnetic axis, the “pull” of these natural forces flow with you rather than against you. Things seem more effortless and less of a struggle and you feel supported.

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