TIMING AND DIRECTION in FENG SHUI
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by Suzee Miller
5d ago
In Classical/Traditional Feng Shui, timing and direction play an important role in helping you attract money “luck.” Based on the last digit of your birth year, there is a specific direction where you can store (save) money in your house. For accuracy, you will need to use a compass to determine the area as it needs to be within 15 degrees to spot. By placing a jar of spare change or an object of wealth in this area, the Chinese believe your “cosmic” money account will multiply. It’s certainly worth a try! Last Digit Luck Direction 0: 233-247 SW 1: 263-277 W 2: 323-335 NW 3: 353-7 N 4: 53-67 N ..read more
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Feng Shui Garden Tips by Suzee Miller, Feng Shui Master®
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by Suzee Miller
1w ago
The concept of elements exists everywhere in the universe. The Chinese recognize five… FIRE…EARTH…METAL…WATER and WOOD In your garden FIRE would be vibrant red and gold flowers; EARTH – yellow flowers and the dirt; METAL – white flowers and stones; WATER – blue flowers and anything liquid; and WOOD is any bush, shrub, green plant, or tree. Feng Shui describes the communication that takes place every day between you and your garden. So, you might want to consider a color’s message before selecting plants and flowers for your garden… RED… ignites and stimulates. LAVENDER… takes away c ..read more
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Feng Shui and the Mouth of Chi
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by Suzee Miller
2w ago
The mouth of Chi – the entrance door to your home, office or bedroom – is the most important place to Feng Shui “first,” in any building. Keeping entrance doors and pathways open and free of clutter and debris will allow for blessings and business to enter your life and career.  If your main entrance door into your home is through the garage, then it is critically important to space clear this area as well. Look closely at your door environments, for they will tell you a great deal about the effortless flow or the sluggishness of opportunities and cash flow in your life at this moment in ..read more
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Feng Shui and OFFICE Placement
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by Suzee Miller
1M ago
Is your office simply a space enclosed by four walls, featuring a door, a desk, a file cabinet, a computer, perhaps adorned with family pictures and a plant resting on the window sill? Yet, this is more than just a physical setup; it’s where you invest at least 8 hours a day, cultivating and pursuing your career aspirations and dreams! That’s why it’s important to apply Feng Shui principles to your working space, just as you would with any other space where you spend your time. Here are a few tips to start with: As you enter the door of your office, the far left-hand corner is your “Wealth &a ..read more
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Keep Your INBOX Clutter Free too..!
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by Suzee Miller
1M ago
Clutter encompasses items that are incomplete, unused, unresolved, tolerated, or disorganized. As, you might already know, the presence of clutter can leave us feeling stuck, stagnant, and depleted of life force energy. According to Feng Shui principles, it’s important to take responsibility and be accountable for: our personal health, success, and well-being, by addressing clutter. One aspect of clutter that we often overlook and fail to address is our email inboxes! Here are a few steps you can take to bring order to your email inbox: -Create Folders or Labels: When you’re greeted by dozens ..read more
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Clear the Clutter in Your OFFICE
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by Suzee Miller
1M ago
Clutter is anything unfinished, unused, unresolved, tolerated or disorganized. In Feng Shui, we need to hold ourselves responsible and accountable for our personal health, success, and well being.  Clutter, on our desk and in our office, leaves us stuck, stagnant, and depleted of life force energy. Filing cabinets and brief cases need to be regularly purged and desktops clutter free.  When we clear clutter, we create SPACE for new opportunities, higher realms of creativity, and our life force energy increases too! Suzee Miller Feng Shui Author. Educator. Consultant The post Clea ..read more
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GO GREEN – Living Eco Friendly
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by Suzee Miller
2M ago
What Does Go Green Mean? Green can mean many different things to different people.  For some, it means environmentally friendly and to others it means living a life that is not dangerous to the health of people or animals. When you Go Green in Feng Shui, you only use greenhouse products that are healthy for the environment and include no toxins, you recycle to help save landfills, and you do everything possible to live healthy and reduce the impact on our earth. By living green and going green you reduce negative impact on your health and the planet. Green cl ..read more
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The COMMAND Center in Feng Shui..!
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by Suzee Miller
2M ago
In Feng Shui, the kitchen is the center of command in a house. It should cater to family interactions; therefore, it should be kept clean, fresh, and de-cluttered at all times. Eliminate dead spaces in the kitchen, such as the area above overhead cabinets to create better lighting. Good lighting is important in the command center of Feng Shui. You will want to make sure kitchen windows and kitchen cabinets are clean to allow light and chi to flow freely. A kitchen that sparkles is full of good Chi. Usually, only ONE “green” plant is appropriate in a kitchen. The r ..read more
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Chinese ANIMAL Signs
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by Suzee Miller
2M ago
The Chinese horoscope is based on these 12 Animals Signs, each having its own year in the cycle. Find your sign according to the day of your birth, with the help of this chart. The post Chinese ANIMAL Signs first appeared on Feng Shui Tips Blog ..read more
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Feng Shui and HEALTH in 2024
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by Suzee Miller
3M ago
From a Feng Shui perspective. we have to be careful of our health this year. Based on the changing energies, sickness and disease are possible. Here are the weak areas of the body in a WOOD DRAGON year: The stomach, liver, pancreas, cells, and muscles.  Indigestion, diabetes, and even cancer is possible. Headaches, brain bleeds, clots and stroke, nervous system and mental illness. Hair problems, skin cancer, an increase in Parkinson’s and autoimmune diseases. In addition, the 9 star governs the eyes, hands and heart.  Given this – for the next 20 years – we need to b ..read more
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