Does Anti-Clutter = Good Feng Shui?

Does AntiClutter Equal Good Feng Shui, by Jackie Notman

In Feng Shui, clutter is usually seen as a problem because it causes energy to stagnate which can then reflect in our lives. But what about the opposite? Does clean, tidy and nothing out of place mean good Feng Shui? Not necessarily. Read more from expert and intuitive, Jackie Notman There’s a TV programme here in the UK called Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners. The format of the show is to match Continue Reading

Common Feng Shui Shapes for Decorating

Feng Shui Shapes by Kathryn Wilking

Feng Shui shapes are often the easiest Feng Shui enhancement to manipulate when working with an area in the Bagua. Learn more from Kathryn Wilking. The three most common shapes: SQUARES: If the life area you choose to enhance needs solid grounding, then squares would be the shape. You can choose one item, or you could arrange several items into a square shape. In addition, you can arrange Continue Reading

10 Feng Shui Decorating Ideas That Can Stay Up Past The Holidays

Decorating for the Holidays and Beyond by Bette Steflik

If you want to regain magic; if you want to uplift your family’s energy; if you want to see a positive affect in your environment and in the world, this is for you. Embrace these 10 ideas to change the way you look at your holiday space by Bette Steflik An interior is the natural projection of the soul. –Coco Chanel Some people are natural born decorators, they have a flair for molding Continue Reading

Preparing Your Home for the Holidays

Julie Schuster - Preparing Your Home for the Holidays

My friends and clients always ask me what they can do to fill their homes with good energy for gathering and entertaining during the holidays. From an energetic and Feng Shui perspective, find out more from New York based, Julie Schuster Cleanse the Home Preparing your home requires a clean home with a fresh energy, so clutter and space clearing before, and after, your celebrations is Continue Reading

Square or Round Rug? How to Use Shapes in Feng Shui

Katherine Graham - Feng Shui Shapes

In Feng Shui each of the Five Elements, or five stages of chi, have attributable colors, textures, patterns and shapes. Since shapes correspond to an element they can be used just like color to help balance a space and activate the ba gua, the energy map of your home.  Find out more from Katherine Graham Below are some examples of ways to use square versus round shapes to help you achieve the Continue Reading