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|Posted on 4 November, 2012 at 19:39||comments (9)|
FENG SHUI CLINIC
"This room needs new life" was the request to the students from Interior Design Program at North Shore Community College (Danvers, MA) enrolled in the Feng Shui for Interior Design course (Spring 2012). This before picture features a living room with a never played piano (on left wall) and a broken grandfather clock (right wall). The curtains, rug and couch were an overwhelming floral print. The room was dark and only used to watch TV. The pink chairs, passed down by a family member were reminders of the past. It was agreed that this room was "stuck in time."
The goal was to have a living room that welcomed family and friends. The students used the ancient Chinese principles learned in Feng Shui class to create a space that was balanced and comfortable. Karen E. Kelly from Morning Glory ReDesign in Salem, MA (info@MorningGloryRedesign.com) gave assistance with color and furniture choices. The after photo shows a bright cheerful room with flow and energy. The piano and clock were removed. In their place was a new couch relocated to a supportive position against the wall and a color-coordinated chair. The smoky blue paint color called "serenity" gave the room a casual comfy feel. The simple curtains showed the beautiful woodwork and morning sunlight. The artwork was carefully chosen to share family stories with visitors. Because the room is located in the career area of the bagua, the black spindle chair was the only piece that remained-a gift to a loved teacher when she retired. Former student notes and letters are being held in a wicker basket easily retrieved for viewing. Well students...You did a greatjob bringing life to this space. This projected deserves an A+ grade. Well done!
|Posted on 19 October, 2012 at 15:03||comments (2)|
The Importance of a Red Tie in the Presidential Debate: Feng Shui Perspective
Have you been watching the presidential debates? The “winner”of the debate can be determined before it starts if you consider the ancient Chinese practice of Feng Shui. Feng Shui teaches that we are surrounded by energy, or chi, inside and outside our bodies-and you are influenced by the energy that encircles you.
Practitioners of Feng Shui realize the positive influence of the color red. Red is the color of strength and bravery. Red symbolizes passion and power. Can a red tie be a significant factor in winning a debate? Well possibly…
In the recent debates, the person showing power and dominance has been wearing a red tie. In the first debate, Governor Romney wore a bright red shiny tie. He was energized; showing authority and control. He was described by the press as “dominating” and“commanding the evening.” President Obama wore a dull blue tie. Well, we know the outcome of that debate!
In comparison to the second debate, the tie colors were reversed with Governor Romney wearing the blue tie and President Obama wearing red tie. It was clear from the start the President Obama was ready for a competition. It was reported in the press that he was “compassionate and convicted” throughout the debate. Governor Romney’s blue tie did not provide the red fire energy needed to combat his opponent.
The next, and final debate, is coming up. Who will wear the red tie? Or who may have the hidden advantage by wearing red undergarments!!
|Posted on 23 May, 2012 at 16:47||comments (2)|
I pass this beautiful home every day-twice a day while walking the dog. Simple Feng Shui adjustments will help sell this home that has been for sale for months. The issues revolve around the front door. One cannot see it clearly from the street. It is hidden from all prospective buyers. The front door is the most important areas of a home from the Feng Shui perspective. It is the place where energy enters to nourishes the home and the poeple who live in the there. Like a visitor, energy needs to be invited into the home. This home can be more inviting to chi. Here are few ideas to help this home:
1. Paint the door a beautiful red color. Bright enough you can see it from the street.
2. Light the way with solar lights from the street up the hill to the porch.
3. Place colorful plants on or near the stairs and porch.
4. Keep the porch lights on at all times.
5. Use a wind chime on the porch to "alert" prospective buyers.
Simple Feng Shui adjustment will help find this home find a buyer.
Check out more photos with Feng Shui adjustments at www.FSSone.com
Julie Pelletier-Rutkowski, MS, RN
Certified Feng Shui Consultant