Posted by | Posted in Feng Shui Tips | Posted on 16-11-2016
Tags: balance, Christian beliefs, energy, feng shui, harmony, health, mirrors, prayer, prosperity, relationships, religion, wealth
You haven’t heard much from me lately as I took another sabbatical from blogging to continue my studies in Feng Shui.
(There is always more to learn and as you know, feng shui is my passion)!I’m so excited to share some wonderful ideas and tips on how Feng Shui can improve your life! I will be blogging regularly to assist you in any way I can!
I must tell you the joy I personally receive from having good Feng Shui in my own life. I’ve had many challenges, my share of heartbreak and disappointments but I can tell you truthfully, that with out the balance and harmony that feng shui has provided for me, I would be a mess!
No, I’m not being dramatic…it’s true!!
I also believe in the power of prayer. Since Feng Shui has absolutely nothing to do with religion, I am free to worship as I wish. Feng Shui will never get in the way of my strong belief in God and my Christian beliefs.
I also receive so much joy from my clients who report such wonderful results from having Feng Shui done in their homes and offices! Maybe that’s why I often suffer from TMJ symptoms as I’m constantly smiling from ear to ear! (I must run that by my doctor)!!
Today I have a tip for you!
I get questions about mirrors so often in my practice that I decided to devote some blogging time to try and clear up some confusion.
So many people ask me about mirrors in the bedroom! In our school of Feng Shui, mirrors placed correctly in a bedroom are a good source of positive energy.
A round or oval mirror in a master bedroom is always good for marital harmony. (If you’re standing at the door of your bedroom, the best place for the mirror would be the far right corner of the room. This is considered the Marriage and Relationship corner of the bedroom).
Another good place would be on the wall behind your bed. Now, many of you worry about earthquakes here in California, but if you have a good handyman who can secure it with bolts, etc. you’ll be fine.
The main “remedy” for a mirror behind the bed is that issues of the past can be released and resolved. (This was important for me personally as I had to work through some painful issues in my own life)!
I have a lovely antique mirror behind my bed and I feel quite safe. The way it’s secured, the entire wall would have to fall, in which case? Oh dear!!
Check in with me again to get some more tips on how to encourage abundance, prosperity, better health and happier relationships with Feng Shui!
I send Many Blessings,
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