Get Feng Shui’d

Seeing the world through “Feng Shui Eyes” is not about moving your couch (although sometimes it’s helpful) or spending a lot of money. Feng Shui fairy dust cannot  be sprinkled to make you instantly successful, popular or rich. What Classical Chinese Feng Shui can do is tap into positive and auspicious Qi or life-force energy in your environment so you live and work in a place that is supportive. Life is better with great Feng Shui.

TOP 10 FENG SHUI TIPS:

It Takes Two To Tango

Spice up your love life with the duality of pairs

Cover Televisions when not in use

Televisions and computers emit unhealthy energy

Bring out the Welcome Mat

Opportunity knocks at the front door

Light my Fire

Balance the fireplace with a mirror over the mantel

Always sit in the Power Position

No one wants their back to the door

Art that Inspires

Lift your spirits with positive artwork

Romance the Bedroom

Bedrooms are private sanctuaries and passionate playgrounds

Treat yourself to Flowers

Fresh flowers bring prosperity

Hang art Feng Shui Style

Break the heaven and earth line

Family Wall of Fame

Qi gets stuck in long hallways, stir it up with a family wall of fame

For more information or to schedule your personal Feng Shui consultation contact Anita at www.AnitaRosenberg.com

Yin & Yang

Yin & Yang

Yin & Yang

Yin and Yang represents the cosmic dance between polar opposites. Yin is passive female. Yang is active male. Yin is dark and quiet. Yang is bright and loud. You need both to live a balanced healthy life. If you look closely you can see that within Yang there is a dot of Yin and within Yin there is a dash of Yang.

How to recognize Yin?

Yin is found in cave-like rooms, low ceilings, decorative patterns and lots of collectibles. Yin can be cozy and comfy, but too much can be stale and stuck like granny’s house.

How to recognize Yang?

Yang is found in large spacious rooms with high ceilings and massive picture windows. Bright sunlight streaming in and vast sweeping staircases can be sexy like a bachelor pad, but can also be icy, cold and overwhelming.

Anita’s lesson:

Two of everything is much better than one, which is why every Yin has its Yang!