Feng Shui

Feng Shui

Feng shui originated in China and has been around for thousands of years. Originally, the practice was handed down verbally, never really being documented to protect its integrity.  At one point, this incredible knowledge was only available to emperors.

Feng shui is the relationship between us and our space. Our space reveals what is happening within our lives. If we want to change something, we must first take responsibility of it. Learning to listen to your surroundings will help you know what changes to make. 

Therefore, getting an analysis of your space based on feng shui perspectives can be such a breath of fresh air, as it can give you new insight. This can be a catalyst for change, or help make the initial decision of where to live.

A feng shui analysis can give a person guidance of what the space is telling you about your life. Individuals can benefit from becoming aware of the feng shui of their space, especially if you are

Stuck and Need Change

Most of the time we don’t know what that change should be, so getting insight would be very beneficial

In the Market for a New Home or Property

Before buy something it’s always good to get a sense of the space.

Renovators

Before sitting down with your architect, you can gain some valuable insight into the full potential of your space. Learn what colors, textures, and furniture is best to transform your home.

By applying feng shui principles, you can transform and achieve harmony, balance and success throughout all the aspects of your life: Learning how to manage the energy in your space, thus managing your environment, is the key.

Architects

Consulting a feng shui practitioner before starting a project or having it review before finalizing it can help architects add energy to their plans.

Designers

Feng shui can give you personal insight for your client and help decide on the best colors, shapes, and materials for an individual

Realtors

Realtors can gain a competitive edge by having the knowledge of feng shui

Small Business Owner

Nuances in your space may affect your business, and making even the most subtle change can help harness your work