Feng Shui Master Jami Lin Discusses the Misconceptions and Consistency of REAL Feng Shui on Studio 10 TV News

Jami Lin dispels Feng Shui misconceptions and provides life-enhancing solutions with Studio 10 TV news, now available on YouTube.

Lanham, MD (Vocus) September 1, 2009

With so many Feng Shui schools, it is easy to see how people may get confused about what the principles are and how exactly to follow them. Jami Lin, internationally renowned Feng Shui master and author, dispels the misconceptions in a recent interview with Studio 10 TV News and its now available on YouTube.

"REAL Feng Shui is based upon science and mathematical formulas derived from the natural laws," says Jami Lin. "With over 20 years of Feng Shui consultations, I have learned to integrate the most effective techniques from all schools, and as a designer, to do it in a decorate way."

When shopping for furniture, customers often are handed thin pamphlets detailing tips for furniture placement and interior design, designed to be universally applicable. Shelves in local bookstores are sagging with an over-abundance of books that focus on one school of thought. REAL Feng Shui is specific and individualized from person-to-person combined with each unique environment. Jami helps determine personal direction and needs on her website with custom programming she calls a Personal Success Map.

One common misconception about Feng Shui is that the feet should never face the door when sleeping. Jami says. "It is more important to find the four good directions for each individual person. As long as the head is facing that direction, feet can point at the door -- just close the door, simple!" Keep the positive energies in the bedroom, and prevent the negative energy from entering the bedroom.

Personalized decoration differs from house to house, based on when the home was purchased and each inhabitant's personal best directions. Over 2000 different possibilities exist. Use Jami's specially formulated Bagua maps and online Feng Shui training to discover what will maximize the positive energies based on the direction the house is facing as well as personal direction.

Another common misconception is that the design of the house is one-size-fits-all that is applied once for total happiness. "Jami reminds viewers that Natal Feng Shui, which encompasses personal best directions and colors, is best for decorating the whole house. Then, as nature ebbs and flows throughout the different seasons, so should strategically placed items and accessories." Moving these seasonally will open up the channels for the positive energy to continue flowing.

Learn more misconceptions by visiting Jami's website and watching her collection of videos including her PBS, Feng Shui Beautifully, pilot also on YouTube. Allow her to share her wisdom via one of her Feng Shui certification classes and ColorAlchemy. Dispel the rumors and find personal happiness and success.

About us

Jami Lin (JamiLin.com) is a 30-year veteran of interior design. Her expertise evolved into Feng Shui (http://www.Feng-Shui-Interior-Design.com), international recognition as a master with six best-selling books, an online home-study certification program, and PBS-TV pilot. Color is her trademark and her new, award-winning ColorAlchemy book (ColorAlchemy.com) is heralded as, "advanced thinking for infinite possibilities."

Jami's media section provides the press with valuable, tailor-made content using color therapy, Feng Shui, design, and youth-enhancing wellness in: Lifestyle/General Interest, Family/Children, Business Success, Home/Garden, Health: Body, Mind, Energy Medicine, Youth-Enhancing Secrets, and Human Spirit/Awareness.

Jami Lin is available for interviews.
Photographs available on request.

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