For those of you who don’t already know, Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese art of placement and it has been used for thousands of years in the hopes of manipulating the types of experiences an individual or a family might have in a given environment.
When I do a feng shui consultation, I follow a particular pattern. First, I endeavour to identify any negative influences in an environment. Second, I try to eliminate as many of those negative influences as possible using my “feng shui tool box”. Third, I will attempt to minimise any of the negative or harmful influences that I haven’t been able to eliminate. Finally, I seek to identify the positive attributes of the property and apply my knowledge of the various schools of feng shui to maximise each and every one of those positive influences to the occupant’s advantage.
Feng Shui’ing Your Life follows much the same process in much the same order. If you want to make meaningful change in your life, you have to take an objective look at yourself and identify your strengths and weaknesses. Then you need to put a plan into place that will help you to minimise the negatives, maximise the positives, and make your experience of life more joyous and more successful than you thought possible.