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10 Top Classical Feng Shui Tips to Ensure Your Front Door Isn’t Sabotaging Your Success

Monday, March 19th, 2012

An expert Classical Feng Shui consultant will be able to tell about 75% of what’s happening in your life by analyzing your front entrance, bedroom and kitchen. Sounds unbelievable, but it’s not. Advanced Classical Feng Shui formulas can forecast the impact these areas will have on occupants of the home. The more people who pass through a doorway, the more active the flow of energy and the more influential the door becomes. While these calculations are tied to the unique energy makeup of you and your home, these general principles can help you ensure that your front door radiates positive energy:

1. Your front door creates a first impression for you and others who enter. A home with a welcoming entrance will put visitors at ease and attract good fortune. The path leading to your doorway should be clear and open so that there are no obstacles blocking the flow of energy into your home. Remove old newspapers, garden hoses, bicycles, overgrown or dead plants and trees. Keeping the path open allows good opportunities to flow into your life. Also clean away any cobwebs. Having an attractive doormat, and planting lush flowers and plants along the walkway and near the front entrance encourages good energy to enter your home and makes your home more inviting.

2. A front door that opens clockwise into the home channels more energy inside. All doors should open fully and easily. Remove anything placed behind a door that doesn’t allow it to open completely. Re-consider any self-closing mechanisms – or anything that lets a door open or close automatically: your door should symbolize that you are in control. Are you feeling beset by one obstacle after another? Get out your oil can and eliminate any squeaks, creaks or locks that are hard to open. Repair and spruce up your front door as soon it shows any of these signs of wear and tear.

3. A solid front door is better than a glass door and provides more protection and support. Glass paneling above the door is okay. Your house number or name should be clearly visible. Positioning the individual numbers of your address on an upward slant is auspicious too. The clearer the identification, the better it is for your career, recognition and an active social life.

4. Your front door should be proportionate in size to the home. If it is too large, it can cause financial difficulty and opportunities to be lost. If it is too small, it can create discord within the family. Also, if the front door is made up of two panel sections, then they should be equal in size and color.

5. Your front door should not face churches, cemeteries or funeral homes. These places illicit a tremendous amount of yin energy and can potentially cause depression, illness, fears and the potential for financial loss. You can plant bushes, small trees or add a retaining wall to obstruct the view from these unfortunate sites. However, do not plant a single tree directly in line with your front door since it will block beneficial energy from entering your home.

6. Your front door should not face telephone poles or sharp corners (known as poison arrows) from neighboring rooftops or buildings. The electromagnetic voltage emanating from electrical stations or telephone poles can cause health difficulties. And poison arrows pointing at your front door can cause bad luck, illness amongst children or even problems in career or business. While it is best to avoid such an entrance, you can plant small trees to block the view. A more expensive cure would be to reorient the front door.

7. Your front entrance should not face a narrow gap between two buildings. If so, it can potentially cause your savings to be squandered away. In both authentic Feng Shui and Vaastu, what you see is what you get. So, no “gaps” and neither should your front door face a dumpster or garbage heap — not even one that is far away. (I know this seems like common sense but just recently I saw a few homes facing this.) By hiding the view, you will minimize the negative effects coming from an adverse site. Plant small bushes or add a small retaining wall to cover up any such sight.

8. Your front door should preferably open into a large bright foyer or a living room. It should feel warm and welcoming. You should not be greeted by a wall when entering your home. On a subconscious level, it is as if you are daily walking into a wall which is blocking you as you try to move forward in life. Place a picture on this wall that has depth and dimension to it. You could place a mirror on a side wall but do not place a mirror directly in front of the main door.

9. In Asian countries, people will take off their shoes just inside the front entrance. Just imagine all the dust, dirt and dead energy our shoes bring into our home. Taking shoes off not only keeps your home purer, it keeps you more grounded to your home’s beneficial earth energies. As C. Jung said, “When you walk with naked feet, how can you forget the earth.” If you do remove your shoes when entering your home, keep them in a closet rather than blocking the front entrance. Culturally, westerners may not have the same outlook. So it is important then to at least clean and replace your doormat regularly since it also absorbs dirt, dust and stagnant energy.

10. If you enter through your garage door or another side entrance, then that door serves as your main entrance. The first place you come into when entering your home influences your state of mind. It is important than that this area also be clean and organized. Place a welcome sign in the garage or greet yourself with an inspirational photo or saying that makes you smile. Paint the room an attractive color and beautify this space just as you would the formal entrance.

In essence, the experience of entering your home should be like meeting a best friend — one who is warm, welcoming and ready to support you and put you at ease. By making the adjustments recommended above, your warm, welcoming entrance will help attract good fortune to your home.

(c) 2011 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

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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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Clutter In Your Home Equals Chaos In Your Life!

Thursday, March 8th, 2012

Are you often confused or exhausted? Do you find yourself overwhelmed with emotional issues? Are you disorganized? Do you procrastinate? Then clutter may be the cause.

Clutter isn’t just a big pile of old newspapers. It’s anything that is unfinished, in disorder, messy, or stacked up. Clutter is anything in your environment that is in disrepair or that you no longer like or use. Even a house with naturally good Feng Shui or Vaastu can be weighed down by the negative energy of clutter. And since those “clutter energies” pull you in a dozen directions at once, it’s no wonder you have to try so hard to think clearly, make good decisions or simply get things done.

What to do? Start by throwing out things you no longer want, need or love. This automatically makes space for new positive things to come into your life. As we know from physics, nature abhors a vacuum. The minute you create an empty space, the universe seeks to refill it, sending good, fresh things your way.

Case in point: my client was hoping to meet a man with whom she could have a long-term relationship. In the meantime, however, she felt lonely and filled her life with men she enjoyed physically, but knew were not “relationship material”. She wondered why the right man never came along. I suggested she de-clutter her life of these distractions. She did — and very soon afterward met a wonderful man and they are now dating “seriously” and looking to the future.

I have another client who tells me she gets new clients every time she cleans out her old office files.

Even my daughter knows the power of “making space”. Every time she cleans out her closet, new clothes appear! No kidding — within days of getting rid of the clothes she no longer likes or wears, a parcel will appear out of nowhere. Out of the blue, my sisters or mother send her some new clothes because they were out shopping and were thinking of her. I never say a word to them – it just happens. I’m so lucky my daughter has discovered this secret! Not all mothers get such an eager response when they tell their children to clean up their rooms!

What do you want to attract for the remainder of 2011? Whatever it is, start today by creating the space for those new opportunities to flow in!

Start in your office. Toss email and papers you no longer need, clear your address books of old names, delete old computer files, get old photos out of your digital camera, clear out your cell phone’s list of names and numbers – get rid of any item that’s not useful, beautiful or beloved. If something is broken, fix it or toss it – otherwise it’s simply unfinished business.

Next, de-clutter your home! Clear out junk. Keep only items that you love or use and that represent your essence and enhance your life. If you don’t know where to begin, start by taking just half an hour a day to clear clutter from small areas like kitchen drawers or to target those no-brainers like newspapers and magazines, junk mail, broken items, expired foods and old prescriptions. As you build momentum, work your way to larger areas.

As you begin to do this, you will feel lighter, more energetic, and you will gain a sense of control over your environment. The added bonus is that by creating an abundance of space, you free room for abundance to flow into your life.

Remember, it doesn’t matter if you’re at work, at home, or even in a temporary situation like a hotel room: you are energetically attached to every single object in your environment. Having more stuff isn’t necessarily a good thing: an Indian Saint once said that “our material desires are just like coins in our pockets, they weigh us down”. Be careful about loading up your space with objects and with people. Every object either nourishes or depletes your energy. Spare, uncluttered spaces can be elegantly luxurious, allowing energy – and abundance – to flow freely. Still, if you feel happiest surrounded by many things, that’s fine. Just be sure to avoid creating stagnant energy – and getting stuck and surrounded by chaos – by keeping every object scrupulously clean, orderly and in good repair.

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Looking for more tips on using Feng Shui and Vaastu to create a more productive and profitable office, check out past issues of “The Prosperity Report,” click here.

WANT TO USE THIS ARTICLE IN YOUR E-ZINE OR WEB SITE? You can, as long as you include this complete blurb with it: Feng Shui and Vaastu Expert Rupal 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

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Feng Shui & Vaastu: It’s Serious Business

Monday, March 5th, 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.

Looking for more tips on using Feng Shui and Vaastu to create a more productive and profitable office, check out past issues of “The Prosperity Report” click here.

WANT TO USE THIS ARTICLE IN YOUR E-ZINE OR WEB SITE? You can, as long as you include this complete blurb with it: Feng Shui and Vaastu Expert Rupal 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

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Do You Make These Feng Shui Mistakes?

Monday, February 27th, 2012

Do You Make These Feng Shui Mistakes?
by Rupal Turner

Thanks to the mountain of Feng Shui books on the market and an avalanche of untrained “New Age” practitioners offering so-called Feng Shui services, this ancient science has found its way into mainstream western culture. Unfortunately, the forms of Feng Shui that are practiced today are nothing like the Classical Feng Shui that flourished in East Asia for thousands of years. There might seem to be no harm in dabbling in these diluted, cheapened versions of Feng Shui, but the fact is that do-it-yourself and one-size-fits-all recommendations can actually work against you. I’ve come across so many people who follow these generic “rules” in search of having good Feng Shui, only to find that luck seems to work against them. What goes wrong? Let’s take a look at some of the common mistakes:

MISTAKE #1. Believe everything you read in feng shui books:

Many of the books available are written by authors who have little or no training in authentic or Classical Feng Shui. I personally heard of someone who received a book deal to write on Feng Shui even though she was never trained in this vast science. Her strategy? “I’ll just read a few books on Feng Shui and then put my own spin on it.” Imagine the damage she could do! Even Feng Shui authors who claim to be well-trained may not actually have solid credentials – or moral scruples. In fact, some of these authors are aware that their books contain inaccurate information and yet they continue writing because their books continue selling.

The majority of “Feng Shui Lite” books address clutter clearing or placing certain objects in your so called wealth, career, romance and other life areas. But keep in mind that popularized books barely scratch the surface of Feng Shui’s complex system of mathematical and scientific environmental analysis. That’s because the power of Classical Feng Shui is in applying these complex calculations and energy-balancing principles to specific people in specific environments. This can never be simplified for mass consumption. Plus – and here’s the danger – popularized Feng Shui often catastrophizes things that aren’t really problems at all (remember the question about the placement of the bathroom in my last ezine?) while missing truly negative forces flowing through the environment. In fact, following a book’s advice to place a certain object in your wealth or romance area can actually activate negative energies.

My advice? Take Feng Shui books with a grain of salt as good guides for clearing clutter, freshening your spaces, and getting rid of any objects you don’t love. Beyond that: reader beware!

MISTAKE #2. Assume a water fountain is good feng shui:

Having a water feature in your environment is certainly soothing and uplifting. Books written by the Black Hat School of Feng Shui authors will tell you to place a water feature in the far left corner of your home. This is supposed to be everyone’s “wealth” corner, no matter which direction your house faces. But Compass School Feng Shui authors tell you something completely different – they want you to put a water fountain in the southeast “wealth corner” of your home. Both of these New Age schools are WRONG and their advice can be quite dangerous. If a water feature is placed incorrectly in an environment, it can cause gossip, sex scandals, arguments, legal problems and even criminal activity. That’s because proper water placement must factor in unseen energies and timing calculations. In some homes, for instance, the home’s natal chart “horoscope” may not be able to hold water features at all. Even a small fountain could energize exceedingly negative energies.

MISTAKE #3. Paint your front door bright red for good luck:

In Feng Shui, red is considered an auspicious or lucky color. However, depending on your specific home, too much red – especially near entrances and in bedrooms and offices can actually attract fires, accidents, separation or divorce, and even trigger major illnesses such as eye, heart, and blood related diseases as well as stomach and reproductive problems, and miscarriages. It is best to avoid large use of red, burgundy and maroon if you are at all unsure of the energy patterns at work in your home.

MISTAKE #4. Believe your Feng Shui remedies will work better if you infuse them with intention:

Feng Shui does not rely on a “placebo effect.” Instead, it is more like gravity – which works whether you believe in it or not. So while it is always beneficial to have good intentions, true Feng Shui cures work no matter what you intend. I know that’s contrary to what those New Age consultants say. I suppose their reasoning is that since their “make-believe” cures don’t actually work, it’s going to take the power of your mind to attract positive energies. You wind up putting a lot of effort into something that may or may not work. Far better to rely on Classical Feng Shui to identify those &
gravity” remedies that work no matter what.

MISTAKE #5. Place good luck objects throughout your home:

Real Feng Shui is not about decorating your home with good luck objects or mastering the “art of object placement.” These are entirely New Age concepts that have no roots in Classical Feng Shui. It’s silly and superstitious to think that you need to fill your home with so-called lucky objects to create or change the energy around you. While dragon and frog figurines are symbolic in Chinese culture, they have no power to cultivate “wealth” luck. Placing lovebirds or mandarin ducks in pairs in your so-called relationship sector will do absolutely nothing to kindle romance and love. While these objects do serve to remind us of what we desire, they cannot change the energetic composition of a room and have no power on their own to bring you extra good fortune. That comes from applying authentic Feng Shui energy-balancing principles correctly.

Feng Shui has gained a frivolous reputation today because of the way people practice it. Getting real results from Feng Shui doesn’t require books, red front doors, lucky frogs or exhaustive intention. It simply requires a consultation with a Classically trained expert who can use the birthdates of both you and your home or office to calculate – and harness -the unseen energies flowing through the land, time, and space.

WANT TO USE THIS ARTICLE IN YOUR E-ZINE OR WEB SITE? You can, as long as you include this complete blurb with it: Feng Shui and Vaastu Expert Rupal 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

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5 Classical Feng Shui Tips to Ensure You Make A Date With Prosperity!

Friday, February 24th, 2012

Are you about to open up a bank account, get married, schedule surgery or make a business presentation? The date you select can have a tremendous impact on the outcome.

In Asia, people do not schedule major life events without first checking to see whether a certain date is auspicious — with the planets aligned in your favor for a certain event. This may sound silly to westerners, but Classical Feng Shui calculations can in fact assess whether a particular date has good energy for you and can support an auspicious outcome for the actions you take upon that date.

In today’s economy, who can afford not to use every edge in making plans and moving forward?

Here are 5 situations where Feng Shui date selection can make all the difference:

1. A Major Purchase A Classical Feng Shui practitioner can pinpoint an auspicious date by matching your energy to the right combination of planetary influences. For instance, Feng Shui can reveal days when the combination of influences will virtually guarantee that the car you buy on those dates will give you trouble – and could even attract multiple accidents. Even if you’re not a reckless driver, an inauspicious purchase date can set the tone for what’s ahead.

Case in point: Someone I know bought a brand new Audi a few years ago. He had it regularly serviced by an experienced mechanic. But a few months ago, the car’s engine broke down completely. Even worse, the damage was caused by a small error on the part of the mechanic which voided the car’s warranty. The Audi owner was left with a completely worthless car on which he still owed a substantial amount of money. I went back and looked at the actual purchase date and what I saw shocked me: The stars on this day for this particular person indicated that the purchase would be “short lived”.

2. Making Investments If you buy investments on a day when there is money luck in your unique Feng Shui chart, you will make money. If there’s no money luck in your chart, you WILL NOT make money — guaranteed. Yes, even in this volatile market, you can still make money IF you choose the right date. But on an inauspicious day, even a pick that’s touted as a “darling” of Wall Street will still result in a loss for you. That’s right: even if the price of that stock rises over time, the energies of that investment are still linked to the inauspicious energies at work the day you bought it and inevitably circumstances in your own life will cause you to have to sell at a loss. Keep in mind, everything in the universe is energy and while everything appears random, nothing is a coincidence.

3. Surgery If you need surgery or a medical procedure, selecting an auspicious date is of paramount importance. Suppose, for instance, you’re having surgery to remove a cancerous or even a benign tumor. You don’t want to have that procedure on a day when certain energetic influences favor “regrowth”. Instead, you want to pick a day where the energies will help ensure that the tumor will not grow back. Similarly, if you’re undergoing plastic surgery for cosmetic reasons, you want to select a date that indicates you will be pleased with the results — and help you avoid a botched nose job, complications from a face lift or other unpleasant surprises.

4. Business Decisions If you’re submitting proposals, opening up a bank account, taking on a partner, or even incorporating your business, date selection can give you a significant advantage. Even if you’re undertaking advertising or marketing projects, certain planetary influences can make your efforts easier — and give you an advantage over competitors. Suppose, for example, that you want to incorporate your new business. Choosing an auspicious date is critical because it becomes the birthdate of your business. Through Feng Shui, you can look ahead and find a date that is marked for you with money-making potential. I had a client whose business simply limped along despite all the hard work she poured into it. After analyzing her incorporation date, I suggested she close the old corporation and reincorporate on a new date. Within less than 6 weeks of reincorporating on a date that had strong money-luck potential, her business started booming like she had never experienced before. She wasn’t working harder — but her business horoscope was now working with her rather than against her.

5. Renovating If you’re planning on renovating your home, the date on which work begins is crucial. In India, there are even certain times during the year when no construction work takes place because of certain inauspicious energies. When you combine your own Feng Shui horoscope with planetary influences, certain dates can indicate energies that will attract major delays, shoddy construction, and disappointing results. You’ve heard horror stories where contractors run off with the money and leave the job unfinished. Taking the precaution of picking a “good” date can help prevent that from happening – and it can help make sure the improvements live up to your highest expectations.

Bottom line: Your decisions and actions take on the energetic pattern of the days when they are “born”. By taking the time to select auspicious days, you can literally make a date with prosperity.

(c) 2011 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

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Where can I find and activate my “love” corner and “wealth” corner?

Friday, February 10th, 2012

First of all there is no universal love or wealth corner that exists in any environment. This is an oversimplified version of New Age Feng Shui that rigidly assigns life situations or directions to certain areas of your home or office without taking into account any other factors. Certainly, there are places in your home or office that are more conducive to “money” luck or “romance” luck but these areas are not the same for everyone. They are specific to each individual person.

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Feng Shui Mistake: Decluttering “cures” bad luck

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

Careful! Cleaning out the closet and dejunking the garage won’t keep you from going broke.

One of the biggest myths is that Feng Shui is simply about clearing away clutter. In fact, most of the popular pseudo-feng shui books are really just tools for decluttering and getting organized. Of course it is helpful to clear out junk, discard things you no longer use or love, and get rid of anything unfinished (and not likely to get finished). Clutter is “stuck energy” and having too much of it stuck in your house can lead to depression, put your life on hold, weigh you down, stifle creativity, and create disorganization and debilitating procrastination. And I guarantee that if you clear out clutter you will come into money, gifts, opportunities, or other good things. That’s because one of the laws of the universe is that nature abhors a vacuum and will do whatever it can to fill up that void or space. One of the fastest ways to get what you want in life is to “energetically” make space for it. Thus, clearing clutter will give you more space and it can work wonders in helping you attract what you desire.

However, authentic Feng Shui is much deeper than cleaning out your junk drawers. You can have a clean, spare and organized house yet it can still be full of unseen energies that will eventually cause miscarriages, bad health, financial setbacks, even adultery. I have seen beautiful and well organized homes with not an ounce of clutter where the occupants still feel depressed, have legal and money hassles, and are always arguing. Remember, while clearing clutter is good, the real power of Feng Shui lies in clearing negative influences and rebalancing the flow to harmonize with your specific home and your specific energetic makeup.

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What is Authentic Feng Shui?

Friday, February 3rd, 2012

Contrary to popular belief, Classical Feng Shui is not about putting a frog with a coin on your desk or putting a water feature in your so-called “wealth” sector and thinking these things will bring you money. (In fact, doing this could actually be destroying your wealth: See my free report, The 5 Biggest Feng Shui & Vaastu Mistakes Most People Make and How to Avoid Them.) Unlike the overly simplified practices that claim to be Feng Shui, true Classical Feng Shui incorporates the influence of planetary cycles and time-tested mathematical calculations and formulas. This results in Feng Shui recommendations that are truly customized for the energies that apply to each client and each home or workplace and a particular period of time. This is why Classical Feng Shui practitioners keep clients from making “one size fits all” mistakes that commonly arise with other non-authentic schools of Feng Shui.

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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What are some of the benefits of a Feng Shui or Vaastu residential consultation?

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

Feng Shui and Vaastu are used to create business and home environments that support the inhabitants. By neutralizing negative energies, magnetic pull and other unseen forces, Feng Shui and Vaastu have been used to promote overall health and well-being. As examples, these ancient sciences can be used to help clients advance careers, find soulmates, harmonize relationships, conceive children, sell homes, solve legal problems, get out of depression, remove adultery, heal illnesses, increase academic performance, improve relationships, provide clearer decision-making and counteract negative influences.

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