Feng Shui and Prayer


Posted by | Posted in Feng Shui Tips | Posted on 16-11-2016

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Hi everyone!

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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Good lighting, Good Feng Shui!


Posted by | Posted in Feng Shui and your Home | Posted on 22-08-2012

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                                     LET THERE BE LIGHT!!

There are so many ways to light your life and so much to choose from. Lighting can be functional, decorative, ambient or used as an accent.

However you choose to light your home, you might also want to take advantage of using certain feng shui principles in lighting to add a special energy or good chi to your home or workspace.

Here are some tips on how to invite good energy into your home.

  1. We love chandeliers! Chandeliers are such a wonderful way to energize a room. If you are looking for Romance, hanging a chandelier in the Southwest corner of any room (especially your bedroom) is a wonderful way to attract a new partner or to help in bringing in new energy to an existing relationship.
  2. Invite excellent energy into your home by installing bright lights just inside and outside your front door.
  3. A light with a soft glow placed in the Southeast corner of your home can light your way to more abundance in your life.
  4. Crystals reflect light and create energy, and move the flow of chi throughout a space.
  5. Wearing certain combinations of crystals can calm the mind and strengthen your personal energy field. For centuries, crystals have been used for their healing abilities. Hanging certain colors of crystals can bring healing energy to your home, just as wearing them as bracelets or other forms of jewelry can help heal your body!
  6. http://www.way2fengshui.com/Crystals.html

If you’d like to invite more prosperity, better health, happier relationships, and more well-being into your life, invest in a variety of beautiful soft and decorative lighting!

You just might be surprised at the positive changes in your life!

Many Blessings,


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Light Up Your Life With Feng Shui


Posted by | Posted in Feng Shui and your Home | Posted on 26-06-2012

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If you’re looking for a way to begin attracting  good feng shui into your home, good lighting will always help to stimulate a healthy flow of energy. It’s one of the best “remedies” for promoting harmony and balance within your environment.

You can attract wonderful energy into your home by installing bright lights both inside and outside your front door. These lights should be left on throughout the entire night for maximum benefits.

I Love Chandeliers!!

Whenever I come across  a chandelier in a client’s home, I know that good chi is already circulating! The crystals within the chandelier are incredible for reflecting light and energy.

A crystal chandelier hanging inside and above your front entry is probably the most beautiful remedy you could possibly have for bringing in healthy abundant energy to you and your family!

Invest in some attractive brilliant lighting. You may find that you will begin attracting more prosperity, better health and happier relationships!

I love this site (check out below) to shop for great lighting.  I have found some wonderful lighting accents to perk up my own feng shui!


Did you know that good lighting can be your first step in bringing good feng shui into your environment?

And, best of all, lighting can be one of the most cost effective solutions in bringing light and energy into your home or office.

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Is Feng Shui magic??


Posted by | Posted in Feng Shui and your Home | Posted on 13-06-2012

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Is Feng Shui magic??

I love this question as much as I love, “Is feng shui Voodoo, or Mysticism?” And let’s not forget this one….”I thought that feng shui was a new age fad!”

So let me give you an answer to all of this! NO!! Feng Shui is none of the above!

Please don’t be uncomfortable with feng shui! It’s been helping people for centuries!

Individuals, families, corporations, and businesses  all benefit from having good feng shui.

If you would like to attract more balance, harmony and prosperity into your life, than feng shui may be just right for you!!

Feng Shui is really just the conscience participation in a natural process that has been around for hundreds of years.

Feng Shui philosophy is really quite simple. If you are able to connect your personal energy to that of your immediate environment, you will be in tune with the natural forces of nature. You will naturally experience the results in a happier more productive life.

That’s it! 


No magic, no mysticism, no religious beliefs!

Feng Shui is based on science!

I am passionate about feng shui! Personally, it has helped me with such significant positive changes in my life, it would be hard to ignore.

As a certified feng shui consultant with over 15 years of professional practice, I have seen extraordinary results with so many people that I am often amazed at how such a beautiful simple practice can help change lives for the better!

I would love it if you would visit:  http://www.way2fengshui.com

and check out all of the information about what feng shui is and what it is NOT!

Also, download your FREE Ebook from my homepage  “Money – Money – Money, How To Increase Your Finances With Feng Shui”

Please let me know if I have helped you to get a better understanding about Feng Shui. I would love to hear what you have to say!

Many Blessings,


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Good Health, Good Feng Shui and FOOD!


Posted by | Posted in Feng Shui for Health | Posted on 22-02-2012

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The food we eat is about balancing the nutrients in our body to produce good health and energy. And it’s another source of achieving  Good Feng Shui!

I once knew an individual who only ate foods of one color! Green! Eccentric? Perhaps, but what he was doing to his system was unfortunate, and he thought he was “eating healthy!”

So you’re saying, “but he ate healthy veggies, how can that be bad?” Well, too much of a good thing CAN be bad! It’s all about balance!  The ying and yang of life.

My own opinion is not to be too fanatical about food in the name of HEALTH. Having a diet that excludes one entire food group is not what I would consider healthy!

To produce harmony and balance in our bodies, we need a variety of foods to stay healthy. Healthy ‘chi’ and  life balance are directly influenced by the food we eat. It begins with how the food is harvested, going right through how we cook it and the environment and mood in how we eat it!

So grabbing dinner standing over the sink is not recommended. Having arguments over dinner is harmful no matter how many organic foods are on the menu.

The food itself should achieve harmony and balance. Positive energy flows through food as well as everything else, therefore the source of that energy should be handled very carefully.

How We Achieve  Balance and Harmony in the Foods We Eat.


If you would like to eat to maintain good balance, good health and good feng shui, it is recommended that your plate contain a variety of colors and textures that resonate with each other.


It’s important to try and use the yin/yang balance in your flavors as well. Achieving a good balance would include a meal that contains strong flavors along with delicate ones, all balanced by the use of vibrant colors.


It is so important to appreciate the aroma of the food cooking. It sets the tone of the meal soon to be enjoyed. If the cooking aroma ‘turns you off’ it’s best not to eat it as your body naturally will resist the food even if you are not aware of it.

Bon Appetite, and enjoy the good feng shui of your delicious dinner tonight!

Many Blessings,


http://www.way2fengshui.com/articleindex.html  (for more Feng Shui Tips)



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Feng Shui and Crystals


Posted by | Posted in Crystals, Tools of Feng Shui | Posted on 13-12-2011

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I have often been asked during my feng shui consultations with clients, if Crystals and Gems have the power to heal. The idea of gem therapy is not new and the practice of healing with crystals and gems has been around for centuries. 

The ancient Greeks, Egyptians and the Vedas in India used crystals and gemstones to heal the body and transmit energy.

Crystals were also ground up and used in oral medicines.

Royalty wore crystals and gems close to their body because they believed that certain imbalances within their body could be corrected.

The usage of crystals and gems was used in ancient times to increase wealth, improve health, attain power and popularity when worn.

Shift forward to today, and we who are experienced in Feng Shui use the healing and balancing power of crystals to bring a better sense of well-being to our clients.

Feng Shui is all about bringing balance, harmony and order into your life. Multi-faceted pure Swarovski crystals are one of Feng Shui’s major remedies for creating a movement of vital energy within your living and working spaces. When you hang a crystal from the ceiling in any given room, it will encourage the universal life force to flow freely throughout the room. If the energy in a space does not flow freely, it may affect your health, finances, relationships or even your reputation.

Just as the use of hanging crystals can balance and energize your living and working spaces, you can also achieve so many health benefits from wearing certain crystals and gems as well!

Many people who wear  crystals will report having more energy or an improved sense of well-being.  

Crystals have been known to improve immune function due to the vibrations they carry.

I know that when I wear combinations of crystals and gems, I feel better, work better and just feel more in harmony with my environment.

My hanging crystals in various rooms bring a wonderful flow of energy and good chi throughout my living and working spaces.

 “I purchased 2 of your beautiful Jewels of Feng Shui bracelets recently. Wow, where do I start? In just that one week, I have signed my first very high profile client, have met someone interested in funding what could be a very lucrative venture for my business, and even met a wonderful man I have great chemistry with. I attribute some of my recent successes to the power of your jewels and the energy surrounding them.
Thank you so much! I will be back for more”
– Jen Gerard- White Now Whitening

Elaine Giftos Wright  (Feng Shui Consultant, Teacher, Speaker and author)  http://www.way2fengshui.com/Crystals

Contact: egwright@way2fengshui.com

Visit my website  for feng shui tips and informtion on how this ancient practice can add benefits to you life.

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Feng Shui for Happier Vacations!


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!


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Bamboo for Good Feng Shui!


Posted by | Posted in Feng Shui Tips | Posted on 14-05-2011

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You may have heard the term “Lucky Bamboo” connected to the practice of Feng Shui.

You would be right!

Bamboo is truly an amazing plant, and it is one of the most popular feng shui “remedies” used to bring harmony and balance into your home.

Bamboo will bring a very peaceful and wise energy into your home or workspace.

If you are looking toward achieving a tranquil and peaceful environment in your home, think about using Lucky Bamboo plants in designated areas in your space.

I have found the most incredible Bamboo plant arrangements at: http://way2fengshui.com/resources. My favorite is the Braided Pineapple plant! You must check out this beauty! 

When you get to this page, scroll down and click on the Eastern Leaf banner which will take you directly to their page. Look on your left column and click on LUCKY BAMBOO. You’ll see EXOTICS…click there and you’ll see the most amazing Braided Pineapple plant!

Right now, this one adorns my front entry and welcomes everyone who enters my home! 

When I order from this company, my plants always arrive fresh and green and looking so happy!! I love them!

Another important reason why bamboo is such a great home remedy is that the arrangements are designed to contain all of the important 5 elements for good feng shui.

For instance:

WOOD: The Bamboo itself,  and the color GREEN

EARTH: The rocks, sand or pebbles the bamboo sits in.

WATER: The water the bamboo grows in.

FIRE:  Most pots will be adorned with a red, maroon or pink ribbon tied to them.

METAL: A glass pot would represent the element of Metal.

If you are lucky enough to have bamboo plants growing in your garden, you already know how their rustling sound can be so soothing to your senses.

My friend and colleague Julie Molinaire, (Landscape designer extraordinaire) can assist you in finding the perfect feng shui bamboo for your garden!  Find her at: http://thegrassisalwaysgreener.net

I’ll be talking more about feng shui gardens with Julie in the near future, so stay tuned!



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Food and Feng Shui


Posted by | Posted in Feng Shui for Health | Posted on 08-04-2011

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Good Feng Shui can be applied to anything, including food!

Our personal chi and life balance is influenced by  the food we eat, and it starts with how it is grown and how it is prepared.

Eating organic fruits and vegetables, free range eggs, organic meats and poultry, and fish that is not farmed will create good chi! Foods that contain pesticides, additives and hormones attack the “harmony” of the body and make you more vulnerable to health issues.

To promote good feng shui and health with the foods you eat, try to achieve a yin/yang balance of flavors. Strong flavors as well as delicate flavors are balanced by the added use of various colors. You should try not to have one food dominate the meal but strive for a balance of flavors, textures and colors. Balance is everything!

Here are some YIN food choices.

Carrots, celery, fish, fruits, honey, milk, potatoes, rice, pears, cabbage, melons.

Yang foods include:

Beef, chicken, eggs, eggplant, beans, tomatoes, wine, garlic, leeks, peppers, shellfish, peanuts…. to name a few.

In my next few blogs, I’m going to give you some of my favorite recipes that create good feng shui in your body!!



Contact: Elaine Giftos Wright,  egwright@way2fengshui.com

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Feng Shui and Your Health


Posted by | Posted in Feng Shui for Health | Posted on 15-01-2011

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It’s important to know that the feng shui of your home can directly affect your health.

Our bodies need a harmonious flow of energy to facilitate the nourishment of our cells, cell rejuvenation and to support smooth metabolism.

Your environment may have hidden messages that you’re not aware of that may be affecting the health and well-being of you and your family.

Any energy imbalance can be a trigger for a physical, emotional or mental health issue. I’m not saying that the imbalance will cause the disease (certainly not)  but it may lower your ability to fend off a physical or emotional issue.

Just as an acupuncturist can  heal  by placing small needles at meridian points on the body,  practicing feng shui can help heal the imbalances in your environment.

The proper energy (chi) or feng shui of your space is a delicate matter, and it’s important to understand and locate the areas in your environment that may be stagnant, already blocked or basically oppressive. These areas could block healing energy needed for healing and recovery.

Now, detecting these imbalances can be very subtle. (A trained feng shui practitioner can diagnose and immediately find the problem). You however, may feel that you are not as comfortable as you should be in your own home. You may not look forward to coming home. There may be certain rooms that feel different to you and not as warm and inviting as others.

There may be an influx of illnesses in the family. 

Simple adjustments as adding a plant or a light in a certain area, or moving your bed or desk to another position or even changing the color scheme of a room can produce positive results.  

Now I want to take this opportunity to inform you that feng shui does not “cure’ a disease or disorder. No one can claim that! It’s certainly not a magic bullet for all that ails you! Getting sick has most to do with how strong (or weak) our immune systems are and how we fight off infection and disease. , 

I do know however, from good experience that a home that has good Feng Shui (meaning a healthy flow of energy or chi) will generally have healthier more productive occupants. When harmony and balance is restored, it is natural for you and your family to attract better health, happier relationships and more prosperity!. 

I wish for you great Health and Happiness in the New Year!

NOTE: If you’d like some good information on how to balance your home with Feng Shui,  I have written a very easy to read Ebook that you may download today!  It’s loaded with great tips for you to start using feng shui today!  CLICK HERE  for your book!

 Feng Shui For Life, Love and The Pursuit of Happiness



Elaine Giftos Wright is a certified Feng Shui consultant, teacher, speaker and author practicing in the Los Angeles, CA area.

Contact: egwright@way2fengshui.com



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