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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Feng Shui for Health


Posted by | Posted in Feng Shui for Health | Posted on 25-09-2010

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I get many calls from individuals who are suffering from various emotional and physical stresses. After they have had a proper medical evaluation (a requirement), I will request a floor plan of their home and/or office space and do a preliminary diagnosis. 

 What I look for are imbalances of energy in their environments, often a contributing factor in their health issues. Correcting the inbalances by applying the most effective Feng Shui techniques and remedies is the usual course of action.

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

When a person is suffering from a degenerative disease such as arthritis, the problem may only be solved temporarily, even with medication and acupuncture, because the person is usually suffering from a general lack of smooth energy flow within the body.
Statistics have shown that individuals who chronically suffered from colds, flu’s and fungal infections recovered after the Feng Shui of their homes was improved.
Children living in an imbalanced home may exhibit signs of agitation, aggressiveness and hyperactivity. A lack of concentration and academic performance may occur.
Adults are more stressed, bad tempered, agitated and conflicted. A general lack of balanced energy may result in in reduced blood circulation and aggravate heart problems.
Feng Shui is certainly not a “magic bullet” for all of life’s ills and chills, but environments that have good Feng Shui statistically prove to be a perfect adjunct to a healthy life style in keeping your family healthy and prosperous. 
Elaine Giftos Wright
Certified Feng Shui Consultant\The Wright Way of Feng Shui
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