Butterflies and Hummingbirds add Good Feng Shui!

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Posted by | Posted in Feng Shui for the Family | Posted on 09-05-2012

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Hummingbirds and Butterflies are Good Feng Shui!

Feng Shui is all about bringing  energy, harmony and balance into our every day lives. If you want to create some good feng shui energy in your garden, Attract Butterflies and Hummingbirds!!

I have a hummingbird feeder in my back garden and sometimes, I am mesmerized watching these beautiful small birds fluttering about, creating all that wonderful chi! They also land on some of my plants and flowers I purposely planted for the very same reason……..

(Bringing good energy and good Feng Shui into my garden)!

Attracting good chi into your garden is really quite easy. Here are some plant and flower choices you can use!

Plants and Flowers that attract HUMMINGBIRDS

Lilacs; Lavenders; Salvias; Delphiniums; Aloe; Coral Bells; Bottlebrush; Ceanothus; Hibiscus; and Honeysuckle.

Plants and Flowers that attract BUTTERFLIES

Sunflowers; Snapdragon; Wisteria; Hibiscus; Lobelia; Asters; Sweet Alyssum; Shasta Daisies; Nasturtium; Hollyhocks and Heliotrope.

These flowers and plants will not only add beauty to your garden, but if you add them, you will be creating good feng shui for you and our family!


Yours in Good Feng Shui!

Blessings,

Elaine

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How Does Feng Shui Work?

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Posted by | Posted in Feng Shui for the Family | Posted on 05-10-2011

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Many people ask me how does Feng Shui work?

It’s a logical question, especially since there seems to be so much mystery associated with the process.

The logic is actually quite simple. Chi or energy is a life force that flows throughout our bodies and around our homes and workplaces. What good feng shui does is balance and harmonize this life force energy so we become healthier in mind, body and spirit and we are more apt to realize our full potential in life!

Chi is a powerful force that flows through all living things. When your own personal chi is at it’s highest, you will feel strong and vital. Excercise, meditation, and being  with supportive family and friends will all contribute to stronger personal chi.

The chi of your home, for instance, can either work for you or against you. Every moment of every day your home environment is either supporting you or draining you of that all important life energy.

If you are being drained by your space, you might notice that your health may not be optimal. Your relationships may be suffering, and your ability to make and hold on to money maybe compromised in some way.

Your home is your “second body” and what goes on in your home directly impacts your life in general. either positively or negatively. Even though you might not be aware that this is happening, the inner truth of feng shui is that if you enhance your home’s chi, it will have a direct and immediate impact on your life. Therefore, having good feng shui and enhancing this powerful energy will create a wonderful pathway to maximizing your destiny!

Good Feng Shui is available to anyone who desires a more balanced and harmonious life!

Blessings,

Elaine

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Feng Shui and Your Feline!

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Posted by | Posted in Feng Shui for the Family | Posted on 19-09-2011

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Good Feng Shui is about bringing healing energy or (Chi) into our homes and work spaces.

Good Chi makes our lives healthier, happier and more successful. Chi swirls around outdoors and we, who are Feng Shui Consultants, work with clients to make simple adjustments so the Chi will enter your space and then circulate within the home.

Now, this is FUN!

One of the things good Chi encounters is your Cat, and the good news is that she/he is constantly bringing about a positive influence when she connects with that all powerful energy!

Your sweet Kittie is likely to be most often on the move, and constantly stirring up Chi whenever he/she goes about the house. This is GOOD!

The love and affection that he/she generates from you and your family is a blessing! Your “baby” willingly will give all of that back in return.  The result is a wonderful source of healthy energy circulating around your home!

I often find my cat, Henry hovering near my front door. It’s as if he is monitoring the energy flow near my entryway. (And this is when I am IN the house)!

Not only do I love him dearly, I also know he is contributing to my health and well-being on so many levels!

So, to all of you who I consider lucky enough to share your home with a feline companion, I wish you all A Very Good Feng Shui day!

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Feng Shui for Happier Vacations!

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Posted by | Posted in Feng Shui for the Family | Posted on 08-06-2011

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Summer is just around the corner, the kids are out of school and vacation plans are happening!

I was doing a lecture on feng Shui not too long ago and mentioned that you can take your feng shui on the road with you! I can’t tell you how many hands went up and the questions started!

“How is that possibe?’ Feng Shui is only for homes and offices said one person. How can you travel with it?

Well I’d like to give you a few tips on how you can keep good feng shui with you, even when you travel.

Good Feng Shui is about creating an atmosphere of balance and harmony within your living  and working spaces. While you and your family are away from home, you can also create a sense of tranquility and peace as well, with just a few simple “remedies.”

For instance. If you are staying in a hotel, try to book a room that’s not near or above stairwells, vending machines, or even above the entrance of the hotel itself.. Not only are these areas noisy, but the ‘shar chi’ (or negative energy) emanating from these areas may upset the emotional balance of you and your family.

With all the movement and stress of getting the family ready and moving toward your destination you will want to stay grounded. Packing a smooth stone or a rounded crystal in your luggage will keep you connected to the earth energy, and allow your own stress  to literally drain off and move away from you.

I know you won’t want to be an interior decorator and begin to move things around when you enter your hotel room, but there are a few things that take little time and will help create a healthier stay.

If there is a mirror at the foot of your bed, you should cover it when you go to sleep. If you can see your reflection on your TV screen,  it would be wise to cover this at night as well. This will help you sleep better. Often our sleep patterns are not as refreshing as when we are in our own beds so this will be of help.

To keep the sense of security of your home while you are away, bring photos of your loved ones and place them next to your bed.

I also bring one of my own pillows to give me that sense of my own bedroom while I am away.

Hotel rooms often have a musty and stagnant smell to them. I really hate this the most when I travel. It usually makes me feel sluggish and out of sorts. If I can’t throw open the windows for some fresh air, I have my own little emergency pack of scents that always go with me.

Since lighting scented candles may be an “issue” with the room fire alarms, I bring scented oils and rub a little on each light bulb. It’s safe and the scents are glorious. Potpourri is also in my bag, and I put a few small bowls of it around the room. Immediately, I cheer up!

While out and about and you pass a flower stand, buy some fresh posies for your room! Nothing will cheer you more than fresh flowers and wonderful aromas!

Yours in Good Feng Shui!

Elaine

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Feng Shui is About Gratitude

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Posted by | Posted in Feng Shui for the Family | Posted on 17-11-2010

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By nature, I am a very grateful person because I have many blessings in my life, but every year when Thanksgiving rolls around, I am reminded of just how very fortunate I really am!

It’s easy to look elsewhere to see what others have that maybe you wish you had as well, but always remind yourself  that you must “walk a mile in their shoes” while making these observations.

Feng Shui is a very big blessing in my life.  I practice the principles of feng shui in my own life and I have seen the remarkable benefits it has  produced. 

I am grateful for the many clients that I have helped and for all the amazing results feng shui has produced in their lives as well.

I always dreamed of helping people to live happier healthier lives, but I didn’t have the opportunity to be a doctor or a therapist. I was just an actress living in the insular world of the entertainment business.

For the past 15 years I have been able to achieve that dream of being helpful to individuals and families instead of just entertaining them!

Thanksgiving is coming. Be thankful for all that you have.

Continued blessings to you all

Elaine

Elaine Giftos Wright

Certified Feng Shui Consultant

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