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Saturday, October 14, 2006

Review of Feng Shui Secrets Revealed

Review of Feng Shui Secrets Revealed

This excellent ebook by Melissa Coleman answers the questions that people like you and me ask about Feng Shui and tells us how we can incorporate Feng Shui into our lives. It is a real no fluff ebook with all types of helpful tips.

I learnt how to create good energy and avoid bad energy, to organise space correctly and ideal place for everything. Plus it talks about how Feng Shui can be used to help our everyday lives, from romance to finance, from developing our talents to improving our help. It is all there. I highly recommend this ebook to everyone.

Melissa is so confident that we will like it she gives a 60 day money back guarantee.She also provides six bonus reports including one about the top ten Feng Shui mistakes and how to avoid them and how to use Feng Shui to attract wealth.

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Thursday, May 25, 2006

Feng Shui for a Harmonious Home Life

Feng Shui Colors

If you haven’t had your head in a bucket for the last three or four years, I’m sure you’ve heard the term Feng Shui. If you’re like many of us, you’ve heard about in all kinds of instances but most often in terms of someone decorating their home. It’s actually kind of funny that this has become such a run away success. Especially when most people who are talking about it really know as little about it as you do.

The term Feng Shui literally means wind and water. Not really decorating terms. At least they weren’t until recently. Suddenly almost every home has some sort of water feature either inside, outside or both and wind chimes and pinwheels as well. In fact sales on those items have probably reached record proportions at some point in time over the last few years. Feng Shui is about arranging items in your environment in a specific manner in order to achieve a harmonious surrounding.

It sounds really complicated and yet when you think about, it makes perfect sense. Clutter causes chaos. A clean environment enhances peaceful thoughts. Colors affect mood, it makes sense to surround yourself in colors that will ‘boost’ (for lack of a better word) the mood or tone of the space they occupy. More importantly than anything, you want to be comfortable in your home. You want your home to represent you, to be an accurate representation of you, to be your oasis from the chaos of the world outside your home. Feng Shui can help you achieve the balance and harmony that is lacking in the world outside your home.

I have a Feng Shui tip or two for decorating your home if you have the time to listen. My first Feng Shui tip is that there are no hard and fast rules as far as colors go, or really any part of Feng Shui. It really comes down to eliminating the things within your home that engender negative reactions and replacing them with items that bring out peaceful, harmonious, and constructive thoughts and emotions. Second, the goal of Feng Shui is to bring harmony into an environment if your attempts at Feng Shui are not making you feel better, then perhaps you need to take smaller steps or you need to reconsider the step you’ve just taken. My third Feng Shui tip is this, don’t be all or nothing about it and don’t attempt to force it on others. Try adding a pillow or a painting that isn’t quite as prominent as painting a wall. This will help keep the peace and harmony among your family. After all, the ultimate goal of Feng Shui is harmony with your environment.

Feng Shui Colors

Monday, May 15, 2006

What is this Feng Shui I keep hearing about?

Feng Shui Colors

If you haven’t heard the term Feng Shui when it comes to decorating then you simply aren’t watching all the do it yourself shows on television. The term is dropped as often and as easily as names are dropped in a Hollywood press conference. So what exactly is Feng Shui and what on earth does it have to do with decorating. The funny answer is that the literal translation for Feng is wind and Shui is water. Perhaps that is why so many people are suddenly using wind chimes and water fountains for focal points in their decorating.

The premise behind the modern interpretation of Feng Shui is harmony although many people are finding it to be absolutely superstitious. My personal take is that if it makes you feel good and feel better about your surroundings go for it. No one in New Orleans throws out their Christmas tree before the 12th night and many buildings simply do not have a thirteenth floor. In other words, no one really has room to call anyone else superstitious, we all have our little superstitions whether we admit to them or not.

Regardless of personal beliefs or superstitions Feng Shui is certainly taking decorating to new levels. There are an abundance of home decorating shows on television that have adopted a Feng Shui approach to their decorating. You can find these shows on almost any Saturday or Sunday afternoon.

If you are serious about bringing Feng Shui into your home and using it as it was intended keep in mind a few things about color. First, Feng Shui is oriental in origin; western culture often assigns different meanings to different colors. More importantly than that, however, is the fact that there isn’t a one size fits all. If you are decorating your home according the Feng Shui tradition, the best Feng Shui tip I can give you is to choose colors that set the tone for that area in your house. Use colors that you find empowering in the career corner and colors that make you feel vibrant and alive for your health area. Also remember that this is your home. Choose colors that you enjoy. It makes no sense to have a home that is designed to help various aspects of your life if you don’t feel comfortable enough to spend any amount of time in it.

Feng Shui Colors

Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Feng Shui Colors

Welcome to my Feng Shui colors blog. Here you will learn about Feng Shui colors and Feng Shui decorating tips.