This holiday season can always be commemorated by a festive Feng Shui floral arrangement. Scents such as pine, clove orange and cinnamon are traditionally associated with this season, while pine cones, dried oranges and cinnamon sticks tied together can be incorporated in either wreathes or arrangements. No holly leaves allowed, though, because the sharp points of the leaves are not conducive to harmonious holidays.
Discover your magic numbers with your Nine Star Ki reading based on the Lo-shu or the Magic Square!
Roll over the bagua map to explore this tool and find Feng Shui tips in each area!
This area speaks to your issues involving abundance, prosperity and money.
This area revolves around external recognition and how others percieve you.
This gua focuses on loving thoughts and loving energies.
This gua represents your foundation, your tribal ties and the accumulated energies of your predecessors and peers.
The dead center of the board represents mental, emotional, spiritual and physical health.
This area replenishes the wellspring within and represents the ability to creatively transform intention into matter.
This gua will help you to tap into wisdom and recognize the opportunities and abundance of Feng Shui energies.
Activating this sector will allow you to connect with the energies of what it is that you were born on this planet to do.
Concretize your connections with a Universal life-force, polarize support from the seen and the unseen realms and travel with ease and comfort.