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Feng Shui for Work

Feng Shui for Work

By Amanda Frank
Monster Contributing Writer

MONSTER.CA: What’s the best position for me to sit at my desk?

PAWELAK: If you have the choice, position your desk so that you’re seated with your back against a wall with a view of the entrance to your office. The wall behind you will give you support, meaning other people will help you. Continue...

Feng Shui for the garden

Feng Shui for the garden

By Lydia Pawelak

Everyone starts to build a house with a plan, but ironically, few people consider planning a garden, even though the garden is an extension of the house. Even most modern landscape designers don't take advantage of the flow of energy present in any garden, and this can make their creations look lifeless and unnatural -- either too active or too passive. Continue...

Feng Shui: Practical tips
 

Feng Shui: Practical tips

By Lydia Pawelak

Do not position your bed so that your feet are pointing directly towards the door. In China, this is called the position of the dead; a deceased member of the family is traditionally placed this way before the funeral. It is an excellent yin position for a dead person, but not good for a living one. Continue...

Feng Shui now, abundance always
 

Feng Shui now, abundance always

By Lydia Pawelak

Wealth and abundance is a universal aspiration and has always played an important role in Feng Shui. The wealth sector in your home is directly linked to the prosperity and abundance in your life. One focusses on this particular area for financial improvement, cash flow and financial status. Continue...

FENG SHUI: INDOOR PLANTS
 

FENG SHUI: INDOOR PLANTS

By Lydia Pawelak

Plants are one of the most pratical remedies used in feng shui.
In general, indoor plants in healthy condition will encourage positive chi to flow where it was absent, slow down too fast-moving energy, or hide sharp corners that emit poisoned arrows, negative chi. A green plant represents Wood, which is one of the 5 fundamental elements in feng shui. Continue...

Back to school Feng Shui

Back to school Feng Shui

By Lydia Pawelak

Feng Shui, the ancient Chinese art and science of placement has the potential to create a living space that will motivate children to perform better at school and increase their positive attitude, as well as help to improve their health and prospects in life.
The first priority is to create a harmonious balance between yin and yang elements in a child's bedroom . Continue...

How to choose a good Feng Shui Consultant
 

How to choose a good Feng Shui Consultant

By Lydia Pawelak

An unfortunate side effect of Feng Shui being "in" is that consultants are emerging out of nowhere, sometimes after only having read a few books, without being trained by an experienced Feng Shui master. This could give the ancient and respected art of Feng Shui a bad image. Continue...

Feng Shui: Water at your service

Feng Shui: Water at your service

By Lydia Pawelak

The Chinese phrase "Feng Shui" translates to "wind" and "water". Water is the most important Feng Shui remedy since it sustains all life: plant, animal and human. In Feng Shui water symbolizes wealth, vitality and abundance. Moving water attracts beneficial cosmic chi, which in its turn attracts oxygen. Continue...

I rearrange your furniture to enhance your well-being

I rearrange your furniture to enhance your well-being

By Philippe Jourdin - Translated by Andrew Sellon

Lydia Pawelak, Feng Shui Consultant

Feng shui is an ancient Chinese art which makes it possible to live in harmony with the environment. After almost 4000 years it is finally being adopted by Western culture, thanks in no small part to the tireless efforts of people like Lydia Pawelak. Continue...

Feng Shui: Demystified

Feng Shui: Demystified

By Lydia Pawelak

Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese art of arranging our environment so we can live in harmony with our surroundings. Demonstrating great respect for ancestors, Feng Shui was originally designed to determine the most auspicious location to bury deceased family members in order to attract honor, health, long life, prosperity, and luck for future generations. Continue...

Feng Shui: Choosing the right place

Feng Shui: Choosing the right place

By Lydia Pawelak

Place yourself with a mountain in the back and a river in front. You will be more productive and less tired at the end of office day... This principle also applies for when you have to ask a raise from your employer. Having a mountain in the back and a river in front, you will increase the chances they will accept. Continue...

L'ÉMERAUDE -
" Le Journal Santé"

Feng Shui: "The acupuncture of a building"

By Lydia Pawelak

Feng Shui (pronounced "Fong Shway") means "wind" and "water." It is the ancient Chinese art of arranging our environment so we can live in harmony with our surroundings. An age-old and well-developed system dating back at least 4,000 years, Feng Shui has only been known in the Western world for the past hundred years.Continue...

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