5 Feng Shui Tips for Living Well

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P.K. Odle, a widely recognized Classical Feng Shui consultant, offers timely advice for improved health, relationships and finances

A home or office's Feng Shui energies have a direct affect on its occupants. P.K. Odle, internationally respected instructor for the American Feng Shui Institute recommends the following Feng Shui fixes for all buildings at this time. Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese science that treats a building's unseen energies, both negative and positive. Although classical Feng Shui is not one size fits all, here are some general guidelines to help get you started making the most of the energies in your surroundings.

The Chinese have a saying...
"First Avoid the Negative… then Enhance the Positive."

P.K. Odle suggests:

1.    De clutter. Getting rid of clutter is the easiest way to begin to improve the Feng Shui of your house or office. The entire environment should be kept clean and neat, especially the Northeast area until Feb. 4, 2024. Having an unkempt Northeast area contributes to:

  •     Financial Set-Backs
  •     Health Problems (especially with your bones)
  •     Relationship Problems (especially disobedient children)

2.    Repair or remove anything broken. Broken objects are a negative environmental influence on your life. Especially keep objects with broken glass out of the Northeast (both inside and outside) during this Chinese solar year (Feb. 4, 2009 to Feb. 4, 2010) to avoid the "Splitting Apart" of:

  •     A relationship (including separation or divorce)
  •     Your skin (including bleeding from cuts or surgery)

3.    Attract money. From now until Feb. 4, 2024 the Southwest and East magnetic directions from the center of your building/unit are the locations where an outside fountain enhances prosperity. To hold on to money, avoid a water feature in the Northeast direction during the same time period.

4.    Harness the Chi. Air currents move the Chi or life force energy. Avoid having two aligning openings (doors/windows) to prevent the Chi from sweeping through your home or office and taking your prosperity with it. Alternating openings allows fresh air to circulate without losing your money.

5.    Faux pas in the boudoir. Remove large mirrors from a bedroom to prevent the energy from becoming too Yang or active, which makes it difficult to get a good night's rest. When in bed avoid a direct hit of Chi from air currents passing through an open doorway or window, coming off a protruding angle, exposed beam/s or coffered ceiling and/or from a fan or air conditioning vent.

"Taking charge of the Feng Shui influences in your environment is one of the quickest ways to improve your life," says Ms. Odle.

P.K. Odle is a widely recognized Classical Feng Shui consultant, speaker, author, publisher and internationally respected instructor for The American Feng Shui Institute since 1998.

Her consulting firm, The Feng Shui Advantage was founded in 1997 and specializes in working with Solo-preneurs… from chiropractors to info-preneurs, restaurateurs to retailers, artists to attorneys, interior designers to graphic designers, engineers to architects, from start-ups to existing businesses.

For additional free Feng Shui TIPS or information regarding a Feng Shui consultation, please visit http://www.FengShuiAdvantage.com


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