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Feng Shui Health Tips

There is a significant connection between your health and the quality of chi in your home. You absorb the energy that surrounds you, so if you are feeling out of sorts or a bit low, healthy-up the chi around you to uplift your spirits and boost your health. 354 more words

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Feng Shui for Your Outdoor Environments

Warmer weather means spending more time entertaining outdoors. In twenty years of being a feng shui consultant, I’ve seen some great outdoor living spaces, and some not-so-great. 958 more words

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Healthy Front Door

The front door is one of the most important areas of the home. This is where healthy chi energy from outside enters and flows around the whole home, nourishing all rooms and spaces. 300 more words

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Check What Your Mirror Reflects

Look in your mirror from all angles to see what it reflects. The mirror symbolically doubles what it reflects. If it’s clutter, the mirror increases the clutter and the denseness of the stuck chi which permeates it. 53 more words

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Front Door Facing Staircase

Chi rushes up and down, leaving the rest of the house with weak energy. Place a healthy plant against the wall near the bottom of the stairs. 30 more words

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DIY feng shui projects

Whether you’e a true believer or not, there’s a lot to be said for many of the principals of feng shui, in creating a happier, calmer and more organised home. 329 more words

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Hong Kong, Asia's Perfect Example of Feng Shui

With the Year of the Rooster already starting on a rough patch in the Western world, Chinese astrology and Feng Shui are always interesting to follow. 769 more words

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