8 Ways To Welcome The Year Of The Fire Rooster!

By |December 19th, 2016|

On February 4th, we officially welcome the arrival of the Yin Fire Rooster Year! As we say goodbye to the mind-boggling Monkey Year, the energetic shifts in the Elements will influence our year in a brand new way.

To keep in alignment with this year’s Elements, here are 8 fun ways to welcome and celebrate the Year of […]

Feng Shui Celestial Animals

By |December 16th, 2016|

Feng Shui Celestial Animals
This is an excerpt from Jen’s book, “The First Guidebook for Feng Shui Enthusiasts,” available on Amazon.com.

Long before the Feng Shui compass was developed, Feng Shui practitioners were also skilled astronomers. They assessed the Qi in the environment by observing the clusters of stars in the heaven and the contours of the […]

5 Reasons Why You Should Learn Classical Feng Shui

By |December 16th, 2016|

5 Reasons Why You Should Learn Classical Feng Shui
As a classically trained Feng Shui consultant and the only authorized teacher for the Raymond Lo School of Feng Shui & Destiny, I have certainly seen firsthand the rise of Feng Shui in our Western culture. For that reason, the demand to learn more about it has […]

Debunking Famous Feng Shui Kitchen Myths

By |December 16th, 2016|

Debunking Famous Feng Shui Kitchen Myths
This is an excerpt from Jen’s book, “The First Guidebook for Feng Shui Enthusiasts,” available on Amazon.com.

Myth 1: The kitchen sink being directly across from the stove is bad: Many people think that when the sink (a Water element) is directly across from the stove (a Fire element), it will […]

Two Things Feng Shui is NOT!

By |December 13th, 2016|

Two Things Feng Shui is NOT!
This is an excerpt from Jen’s book, “The First Guidebook for Feng Shui Enthusiasts,” available on Amazon.com.

First, Feng Shui cannot, must not, and should not be understood as some kind of “magic.”

As a Feng Shui consultant, I meet with a lot of people who are on different life paths. Some […]