Updated: Apr 28
When we decide we want a new job, or a new home, or anything else, we want it YESTERDAY. Let me tell you a few tips for shifting the energy in your life to something that works better for you.
I practice Classical Chinese Feng Shui, as taught by Amanda Collins. Using a compass, the energies of the home or office I'm working with are revealed to me. I'm able to see if they match well with the people living in the space, and then I look at every area of life/living space, as well as my client's goals.
Feng Shui is too complex to explain in a few paragraphs, but I can make a few suggestions to support you in finding work you enjoy. First, look to the front door, and the path leading to your front door. Whether you live in an apartment or a house, consider all entrances you use, such as the garage. Life Force Energy, or Chi, has to be able to find you. If your sidewalk is covered with overgrown plants, you have a broken lightbulb over your front porch, and trash cans blocking the driveway, do you think the Chi is going to work hard to try to find you? No. It's figuring you don't want to be found, and it's moving on. So spruce up your front yard, clean the sidewalk, install lighting, and create an energized and cheerful appearance to the front of your home or business.
Next, I would suggest looking at important directions in your home for the flow of money. The Southeast represents the money we are able to save, such as in a savings account. What does the Southeast of your space say about your savings?
The North represents career, and is a wonderful place to hang your mission statement, and a picture of you doing what you love. The South represents Fire, and your status or reputation in society. It's the best place for hanging diplomas, certificates and awards.
The Northwest represents the breadwinner of the household. In the ancient past, this meant the man of the house. The Southwest traditionally represents the head female of the household.
Every space is unique. In Classical Feng Shui, I take into account when your home was built, as well as the birthdays for the inhabitants, to discover if the home is a good match for you. Your home could have relationship or financial obstructions, depending on how the current year interacts with the construction cycle in which the home was built. There are creative remedies for problem areas. For a thorough consultation, please see the services page.