Understanding Your Personal Feng Shui Kua Number

By Kathryn Weber Everyone knows that feng shui has symbols such as frogs and mandarin ducks. It also uses wind chimes, beautiful stones and crystal balls, but it also uses personal information to help you maximize your luck, attract good fortune, and stop misfortune like illness, accidents or injury. This is done by using your […]

8 Energy Siphons that Drain Opportunity from Your Life and Harm Your Home’s Feng Shui

This apartment hallway shows energy siphons or drains that rob energy from the apartment front doors near the stairs and elevator. The door opposite the elevator could have some of the most severe hardships. By Kathryn Weber One of the most common concerns in feng shui is an energy block, such as a tree opposite […]

Pick the Perfect Feng Shui Color for Your Front Door

By Kathryn Weber There is little more important in your feng shui than your front door. Realtors know this. Many times a house sells itself right at the front door. If the front door is attractive, the front and curb appeal of the home appealing, the house will enjoy good feng shui and the occupants […]

The Best and Worst Feng Shui Headboards

by Kathryn Weber The bed is a critical piece your ability to be rested and supported as you sleep, and indeed, your life. When the headboard of your bed is compromised, it will create problems for you in your life in your relationships, health and difficulties with money, and even getting proper rest. Many beds […]

Give Your Bed and Bedroom a Feng Shui Clearing

  By Kathryn Weber Beds are one of the most energetically-packed pieces of furniture in our homes. We sleep in them every night, having dreams both sweet and worrisome. Our sick days are often spent in bed, and of course, our closest, most intimate relationship is spent — and symbolized — by a bed. Over […]

Reflections on Feng Shui – 10 Mirror Do’s and Don’ts

  By Kathryn Weber Few feng shui activators and cures hold as much interest as the common mirror. Mirrors are a terrific decorating resource and have the potential tonspire more prosperity — even double beautiful views and invite the accompanying chi that goes with them. Yet, using mirrors in feng shui is often misunderstood. How […]

English Luo Pan for Feng Shui Professionals | Chinese Feng Shui Compass

  Designed with the professional in mind   By Kathryn Weber There is a saying in Asia about using a feng shui compass, “No luo pan, no feng shui.” With this English-language version, you will be a true professional that can command more respect and higher fees.  And you will be able to practice feng shui […]

Recognize! 9 Feng Shui Tips to Enhance Your Fame and Recognition Chi

By Kathryn Weber Getting ahead in any area of life requires that you get plenty of attention.  And, feng shui offers tips and ideas to help you gain more notice and get the recognition you deserve. If you’re interested in progressing in life, it’s important to make feng shui adjustments to important areas such as […]

6 Ways to Boost Your Helpful People Corner to Attract Blessings, Mentors and International Luck

  by Kathryn Weber We’ve all heard to old saying that “it’s who you know, not what you know.” Now, part of that is true. You do need sufficient knowledge and have certain capabilities, but you also need good contacts or a network of people who can make the right introductions. Today more than ever, […]

The 6 Citical Differences Between Classical Feng Shui and Western Black Feng Shui | Confessions of a Former Black Hat Practitioner

By Kathryn Weber There’s a lot of confusion around feng shui, with much of the confusion centering around directions. The most common type of feng shui practiced in America, and much of the west, is called Black Hat Sect. It’s also sometimes called Western feng shui. The type practiced in Asia is called traditional or […]