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Thursday, July 07, 2005

Rambling: Feng Shui at Work

Rambling: Feng Shui at Work: "Feng Shui at Work

Yesterday learn't some management skills from Time Life Ad.
See what Feng Shui can do to your work. Here are the tips.

1.Dispose of any cactus or sharp looking plants in the office.

Ditto with sharp toungues.

2. Keep the three-legged-toad God happy by always placing a
a good quality silver coin in its mouth.

Substitue the coint with a pint where your boss is concerned.

3.If you wish to be the leader in your industry, place a dragon
on the right hand side of your desk facing the door.

Compliment this with high-falutin management books on your
desk anywhere you please.

4.Get rid of the clutter.

This includes the comely young trainee who hangs on to every
TAM related word you utter."

Some great tips for coping at work!

Sam, Feng Shui Tips

Where theres a Feng theres a Shui

Where theres a Feng theres a Shui: "10 Tips For The Ritzy Lady by Esmerelda Jones

These 10 sophisticated tips are secrets that fully aware women have perfected. Test them. They need to be well thought over and considered daily until you possess them. Never dismiss the potency of knowledge to get you what you want.
1. Cultivate mystique. Don't disclose private details or your past.

2. Be suggestive. Intensify his emotions without being open.

3. Be potentially available.

4. Learn poise --- come out of every situation cool. Raw language and tantrums disclose your female inadequacies.

5. Leave them short. Men, being natural hunters, get bored when desserts are served as a first course.

6. You decide what youre worth. Make certain that you have your own life --- and live it!

7. Dont be familiar. You don't want to be treated like an old pair of slippers. Let him have the pleasure of his own private life.

8. Grooming and etiquette are not out of date. I will add that, no matter what the fashion, there is absolutely nothing more alluring to a male's inner pull than a woman confident of her femininity.

9. Run your own financial life --- be quietly rich. Personal management is smart.

10. Never take leftovers. You are not desperate or dependent.
The most important tip is to control your emotions, or your life will run away in far flung directions. You must ask the mirror each morning "What do I want?" and continue throughout the day steadfast with your blueprint.
Women who imagine poor standards for themselves often attempt to possess men with psychological handcuffs. They flash signals of their fears in cloying, smothering behaviour, such as snooping and persistent phone calls. Set aside these demands now. Do a mindmap of your future. Jot this down:
You will have no end of trouble if you deceive a man into marriage. His discontent will rear up nastily.
Your career and lifestyle must have your immediate attention. Seek mentors and associate with a new crowd of positive people who will encourage your confidence. Promise yourself a book a week.
Pursue knowledge in every key area of your blueprint, itemizing your steps to fulfilment. Replace the loop of wishing with doing. Vitality moves the slump. Change the stale energy by invoking the ancient art of Feng Shui. One fascinating website is: www.wofs.com
Dont dwell on rejections by stuffing your emotions with chocolate and poisonous thoughts. There is no cure here. Pampering the mind is dangerous. Fluffy friends want you to remain part of the gang.
Acting girlish to escape responsibility is silly, simplistic and dizzy. Study the media and popular opinion. Can you slip out of the leash and make some serious decisions? Sometime in your life you will realize that you must command your own ship. Answer some questions. Who is taking your money? Can you cut your credit? An organized mind is vastly superior to a happy mess. Do you escape maturity by declaring yourself hopeless when you are truly lazy? Are you flattered when others refer to you as dippy? If he turns your dial does he get a cheap soapie? Is your blotchy past public property? Are you compelled to give everyone five minute updates on your diary? Its time to become a woman.
If you are looking for a relationship with a man, dont show yourself as emotionally hungry, and be careful to accept only your ideal man. By the way, there is no shortage of such wonderful men, but you must arrange for your life to happen.

About the Author
Esmerelda Jones... writer of old curiosities
Victoriana, Victorian Swoon, Victorian Erotica"

Feng shui guidelines say education comes first -- not TV -- in childrens' rooms

Cuero, TX July 5, 2005 -- A recent study published by the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine showed how a television in a child’s room led to poor academic performance comes as no surprise to feng shui expert Kathryn Weber (www.redlotusletter.com).

As a publisher of the Internet e-zine, Red Lotus Letter, and a mom to two school-aged children, Weber is frequently pounding the drum to get TV’s out of kids’ bedrooms.

That’s because televisions in the bedroom are a big feng shui no-no according to Weber. “The purpose of a child’s bedroom is to help the child rest or to develop creativity so that the child is ready to engage in life. A TV disengages a child from life.” Not only that, but children aren’t focused on what’s important, Weber says.

Weber says that feng shui guidelines for children’s rooms are set up so that the child learns to be creative, respectful, and school-focused. “A computer in the bedroom is a clear signal that learning is at the center in the parent’s expectations for the child,” Weber explains, “and a TV in the bedroom tells a child that cartoons and passivity are more important.”

Weber suggests that an optimal bedroom for a child includes a bed, a reading area on the floor with pillows and books, a play area with games and toys, and a desk. “Too many children don’t spend time in their rooms studying or being creative,” says Weber.

She often consults with clients whose children aren’t motivated to study, who are disrespectful, and who seem unhappy. The common denominator? A television in the bedroom.

“If you want you children to focus on school, make education the focus in their room,” says Weber. She advises parents to display maps and educational posters, place a desk, computer, and lamp in the room, with a good dictionary, and the necessary materials to study, and says that parents might quickly see a positive change in your child.

“And I walk the talk,” says Weber. “My kids know that this part of Texas would freeze over before I put a television in their bedrooms.”

About Kathryn Weber

Kathryn Weber is the publisher of The Red Lotus Letter feng shui e-zine. She has been quoted in Seventeen Magazine, First for Women, Martial Arts Professional, The Dallas Morning News, and other local and national publications and websites. Contact her for more information at 361.676.8800.

Related articles by Kathryn Weber

7 Feng Shui Fundamentals for Children’s Rooms (http://www.redlotusletter.com/Children.html)

Feng Shui Basics for Teens

For more information, contact: Kathryn Weber
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Learn all about feng shui money trees

by Jakob Jelling

A feng shui money tree is an indoor plant used in order to attract prosperity and wealth into any space. The feng shui money tree's botanical name is Pachira, and its care requires the average sun light and watering that any other indoor plant would need. Its height can reach to as much as seven feet while it can reach to be as much as three feet wide.

The shape of these plant's leafs represent the five main elements of feng shui, wood, water, earth, fire and metal, and this is what makes the feng shui money tree so symbolic. When an element is missing, or the elements in a space are not balanced, a feng shui money tree would help adding what is missing harmonizing the elements.

Since feng shui money trees bring or increase wealth, they are ideal to place near a place where money is kept or near the cash registers in businesses. Prosperity and wealth, as well as elements harmonization should come after placing this plant at those spots. Any other place where money and wealth is needed can be a good place for a feng shui money tree as well.

Feng shui money trees can also be strategically placed according to the house areas indicated by the bagua map. The bagua map northwest corner corresponds to the prosperity area of life, and this could be an ideal place for a feng shui money tree to be. Since it brings prosperity, you can also help attracting this factor to any other area of your life by placing the feng shui tree at the house area which corresponds to it.

If you would like to have a feng shui money tree but don't know where to find it, there are many stores selling it online which would allow you to buy it through their catalogues. You would easily find them by typing feng shui money tree at your search engine, and they would allow you to see them in pictures as well as provide you with details about it.

As you can see, feng shui money trees symbolism can have many different applications as well as having decorative properties. I can also help you enlightening a dark corner and help chi flowing better. Whether you are thinking of buying an indoor plant for yourself or giving it as a present, a feng shui money tree can be a great option.

About the Author

Jakob Jelling is the founder of http://www.fengshuicrazy.com. Please visit his website and learn all the feng shui tips you'll ever need!

Feng Shui and Romance - Using the Ancient Art to Enhance Your Romantic Space

by Heidi Richards, Chief Goddess

“If your love life needs a quick boost, you can use the art of placement to produce the romantic results you desire.” Heidi Richards

Feng Shui (pronounced fung shway) is the ancient Asian practice of object arrangement and space planning designed to bring balance, harmony and well-being to your environment. Its purpose is to enhance prosperity, creative, health and romance. Feng Shui fortifies a home with positive energy known as chi. The attainment of positive chi is both an art and a blessing to those who manifest that chi. The word “feng” means wind and “shui” means water, each one associated with a good harvest and ultimate good health or good fortune.

If your love life needs a quick boost, you can use the art of placement to produce the romantic results you desire. Relationships need the proper environment to grow. They need the balance of the five elements, too much or too little will find the romance wither. Here are some Feng Shui tips to enhance your romantic space:

The first thing you must do is remove clutter out of your romance area (generally this is the bedroom). That means you must remove trash, dirty ashtrays, dead plants and nothing should be stored under the bed. Dust and cobwebs on the fans, walls, light fixtures and ceilings should be cleaned away.

Enhance your space with romance colors, such as shades of pinks, reds and whites. Guys, this does not mean it has to be feminine. You can use maroon, grayish tones of pinks and whites to achieve the same results. The key is to not use any one color so much that it overpowers the others. Other good colors include browns, beiges, lavenders, yellows and deeper shades of those are appropriate.

If you keep flowers in the room (an excellent way to attract romance into your life), make sure they are always fresh. At the first sign of wilting, toss them out. Silk flowers are an okay alternative, provided they are free of dust. Absolutely no dried flowers as they signify death. Also, make sure the roses are de-thorned. Nothing prickly such as cactus, unless your goal is to break-up.

In Feng Shui a Relationship Alter positively stimulates a relationship. Designate a special place in your romance area in which to put items that will encourage a healthy, loving relationship. Things to include in your relationship altar can include a heart shaped pink crystal quartz, a pair of candles, mandarin ducks.

Use the Pairs Principle to encourage love. That means two candles, two nightstands, two lights on top, two potted plants, two pillows, two chairs, etc. The Chinese symbol for love is Mandarin ducks. They signify love, romance, fidelity, affection, and loyalty in love.

Your bed should be placed in the commanding position of the room. This is to permit the widest possible vision. The door or entry to the room should be easily seen from the bed.

And the head of the bed should be against a wall or against a corner. If you have nightstands, make sure one is on either side (a pair) and that the bed is accessible on three sides to attract and keep a partner. The bed should not be placed under a window.

The bedroom is for sleep and intimacy. No one should come into your room without your invitation. There should be no distractions such as workout equipment, a television, things that would remind you of work.

It is good to hang pink (heart-shaped) crystals and wind chimes in a sunny window to attract good love energy (yang).

Pictures of you as a child, your children or other relatives should also be removed from the bedroom or romance area. This space should be reserved for couples and should only display pictures of the two of you.

Dim lights will give the room a warm, inviting feeling. No harsh fluorescents or high wattage lighting, here.

While this is by no means the ultimate guide to Feng Shui for Romance, it is a good start. These ten tips will give your relationship area the boost it deserves and your romance the fulfillment it requires. Altar your space and you will altar your love life. If you want to know more about the ancient art of Feng Shui, there are many excellent resources listed below.

Recommended reading:

Feng Shui for Love & Romance by Richard Webster

Feng Shui DOS & Taboos for Love by Ana Ma Wong

The Complete Illustrated Guide to Feng Shui: How to Apply the Secrets of Chinese Wisdom for Health, Wealth and Happiness by Lillian Too

Build a Better Life Using Feng Shui: A Workbook and Guide for Applying Feng Shui in Your Environment by Debra Michie

© 2005 - Heidi Richards

About the Author

Heidi Richards is an Author, Professional Speaker, and Business Mentor. She is the owner of Eden Florist & Gift Baskets – www.edenflorist.com and the Founder & CEO of the Women’s ECommerce Association, International www.WECAI.org – an Internet organization that “Helps Women Do Business on the WEB.” BASIC Membership is Free. She can be reached at heidi@edenflorist.com.

Home Décor: Use Feng Shui for Optimum Health

Feng means wind. Shui means water. For centuries, the Chinese have used the power of Feng Shui in their homes to promote well being and optimum health. Wind and water react to the changing of the moon, the motion of the earth and changing temperatures. Today, Feng Shui is used for modern living and has been adapted to promote good chi (energy.)

Because of limited living space, we sometimes are unable to avoid negative chi. However by moving furniture and experimenting, it’s possible to get the most positive flow of wind and water in our environment. Let’s take a look at some things that will cause chi to flow more positively throughout your home.

Never allow shoes or boots to sit outside the door of your home. Keep the area clean and de-cluttered. The chi can bring sickness into your home if the area is dirty or has a lot of clutter in it.

Have a water source, such as a fountain or fish tank in your home. Chi will search for water in which to stay. If there is none, it will vanish in the wind.

There should be no mirrors in your bedroom. The importance of mirror placement is crucial in your home.

Keep television sets out of the bedroom. The will effect positive chi.

Place a water fountain in your home and face it toward the center of the house to attract the desires of your life.

Add a fish tank to the room in your house where you and your family spend the most time.
Water gives the chi a place to stay and will bring good fortune into your home if placed correctly.

Never allow children to sleep on the floor. Chi should be able to flow freely under beds and throughout the room to keep children healthy.

Be certain not to place refrigerators, sinks or washing machines directly across the room from your stove. Fire and water are not compatible and this will cause negative chi in your kitchen, which leads to arguments and disagreements that will not be resolved.

Children should never sleep on bunk beds. The child on the bottom bunk will not receive fresh chi and this could affect his health. If bunk beds are a must because of space limitations, hang a crystal sphere or a wind chime with six metal chimes in his room. This will break up the stagnant chi around his bed.

When young children are doing homework or writing, it’s imperative that they have a solid wall at their back. This gives support and your child will study for longer periods of time without fidgeting or taking a break.

All beds should have a solid wall behind them. This allows for a deep, relaxing sleep because you will be supported during the night.

If you’re experiencing a lot of pressure at work, get rid of all marble items in your home.

Wooden décor doesn’t add pressure, as wood is a living thing. Marble blocks positive chi.

If you have ceilings with exposed beams, make sure beds and tables are not directly under them. Beams cause the chi in your home to be under pressure and this will be absorbed by you and your family members.

Do not include a lot of red in your home decor. Red represents fire, which can bring obstacles, pressure and unrest into your home.

Open windows each day to allow fresh chi to flow through your home. This will bring fresh positivity into your environment and help you achieve optimum health.Follow these guidelines when changing the décor in your home to achieve the best possible flow of Feng Shui for optimum health.

About the Author

Mary Alward is a contributing write for Online Discount Mart. Please include an active link to our website if you'd like to reprint this article.

Bombs Rock London!


I just wanted to pen a personal message.

Sometimes bad things happen and there's nothing you can do about it, right?

I answer the question with yes and no.

My heart goes out to those affected by the bombings in London. My best wishes go out to you all.

I think this tragedy should serve as a reminder that life is short, precious, and fleeting.

Do what you love. Find your roots. Strike a balance. Harmonize with the universe.

Never ever loose faith in yourself. You are the most precious gift in this world and I'm honoured to have spent this moment with you.

Sam, Feng Shui Tips

Wow! Have Your Say About An Upcoming Book Release!

Check this out. The author is offering their book for f-r-e-e in exchange for questions about Feng Shui. Take a look, grab a free book.

Sam, Feng Shui Tips

Fung Shui Books At Fast Fung Shui

Here are some great books on the topic of Fung Shui.

Fast Feng Shui: 9 Simple Principles for Transforming Your Life by Energizing Your Home -
This easy, effective approach to contemporary Western feng shui shows you fast and effective ways to remove obstacles to growth and achieve success and prosperity in all aspects of life. Discover feng shui as a path of self-transformation as you activate your personal "power spots," neutralize negativity, remove clutter, and enhance physical well- being. Over 180 affirmations and visualizations take the mystery out of empowering changes, and make the mystical practice of feng shui user-friendly and fun.

Fast Feng Shui for Singles: 108 Ways to Heal Your Home and Attract Romance -
This unique combination of creative feng shui advice and personal empowerment strategies targets the specific challenges you face in each phase of the Relationship Cycle. As you follow these fun, easy guidelines, you'll quickly transform your heart and your home into environments that attract and nurture romance, and discover for yourself how the magic of feng shui can help you go from being alone to being in love!

Sam, Feng Shui Tips

Fantastic Feng Shui Localised Sites

Take a look at these sites for some great local content:

http://www.wofs.com/fsw.php?c=feng_shui_australia - Australia
http://www.wofs.com/fsw.php?c=feng_shui_usa - America
http://www.wofs.com/fsw.php?c=feng_shui_uk - United Kingdom
http://www.wofs.com/fsw.php?c=feng_shui_new_zealand - New Zealand

Post your thoughts!

Sam, Feng Shui Tips

Use Feng Shui Coins To Increase Your Income

Feng shui coins can allow you, among other things, to increase your income. By keeping three coins tied with a read thread, you would protect your already existing income as well as increase it. According to Chinese traditions, three coins tied that way symbolize prosperity and income protection.

By carrying these three tied coins with yourself you could attract personal wealth, as well as by using these feng shui coins in your house would bring prosperity and wealth for all its occupants. Number three symbolizes heaven, man and earth united, and it is a lucky number as well.

Carrying them with you would also attract helpful people to you and receive help when you need it. You can also give feng shui coins to those you love as a present; it would be a symbolic, creative and helpful gift to give. You can combine the coins representation with different numbers symbolism, achieving this way, different desired effects.

According to feng shui specifications, the best house area for placing feng shui coins is the northwest. According to the bagua map, the northwest of any space corresponds to the prosperity life area, and therefore, placing feng shui coins there would be very helpful and beneficial. You can also use them in order to protect or increase the income at a business by placing these coins by the cash register or any other place containing money.

It is also important to know where your feng shui coins come from, since they would also contain energy of the place or people who had them before. The best place where to acquire these coins is at a very prosperous or wealthy place. This way, your feng shui coins benefits and their positive effect on you would be maximized.

You can also use feng shui coins according to its main element, metal. When any spot at your house or working space lacks of metal element, placing these Chinese coins in it would be a great way to add that element and create harmony at the same time than protecting the incomes and maximizing the good luck.

About The Author

Jakob Jelling is the founder of http://www.fengshuicrazy.com/. Please visit his website and learn all the feng shui tips you'll ever need!

Great article about how Feng Shui Coins can increase your wealth.

Here's to your financial well being

Sam, Feng Shui Tips

Disney officials consult feng shui experts

Disney officials consulted Chinese feng shui experts before building Hong Kong Disneyland, making changes such as tilting the site of the park several degrees and setting up “no fire zones” in kitchens, a company spokeswoman said today.

Feng shui is the Chinese belief that harmonious energy and therefore better fortune can be achieved by the correct positioning of furniture and other objects.

Other feng shui influences include the park’s orientation to face water with mountains behind, Hong Kong Disneyland spokeswoman Esther Wong said.

The park’s groundbreaking date and opening date of September 12 were picked after conferring with feng shui specialists, she said.

Feng shui experts also designated “no fire zones” in the kitchens, to try to keep the five elements of metal, water, wood, fire and earth in balance.

Wong said US-based Walt Disney Co. decided to observe feng shui because it wanted to respect local custom.

“It’s cultural considerations,” Wong said. “All the food and language in the park must follow the habits and tastes of our consumers and future guests.”

Hong Kongers tend to be westernised, but Hong Kong Disneyland is expected to draw droves of guests from neighbouring mainland China.

However, Disney’s cultural sensitivity drew a backlash recently. The park had planned to serve shark’s fin soup, a Chinese delicacy, but dropped the dish after protests from environmentalists who expressed fears about the extinction of sharks.

Hong Kong Disneyland – built on reclaimed land in the outlying Lantau island - is a joint venture between The Walt Disney Co. and the Hong Kong government, but local taxpayers are footing most of the construction bill.

Critics have questioned whether the government got a good deal. Officials have said the park will boost employment and tourism.

I guess even the most magical place on earth has a place for feng shui =)

Sam, Feng Shui Tips

Feng Shui This! . . . All you need to know about turning home into sanctuary

By Tanya Young and Andrea Gerasimo, Feng Shui Consultants

Menomonie's Feng Shui consultants, Andrea Gerasimo and Tanya Young, team up to give you room-by-room advice and tools, helping you to create a living environment that supports your highest goals and endeavors.

We've been noticing in the past couple of years that Feng Shui has gone from a little-known practice to a mainstream, hot topic. From the Feng Shui-inspired features on HGTV to the specialized Feng Shui candles at Target, Feng Shui is popping up everywhere. Many architectural firms are integrating Feng Shui principles into their designs, and companies are turning to Feng Shui consultants to improve their corporate culture and office environment.

Clearly Feng Shui is here to stay.

Perhaps you're already into Feng Shui or maybe you're a Feng Shui novice who wonders, "Just what is Feng Shui and how DO you pronounce it?" The last question is easy; just say "fung shway." And the good news is, you don't have to understand Feng Shui's ancient history (it's thousands of years old) in order to understand or experience its effects.

Consider this: At some point in time you've probably entered someone's home and immediately felt content, so comfortable that you secretly desired to move in. Or, conversely, you may have felt ill-at-ease and wanted to hightail it out of there. Regardless of whether you stayed or bailed, you were consciously or unconsciously responding to the energy in the space. We would call that a "Feng Shui experience."

You may have been influenced by any number of elements that contributed to the home's well-being or lack thereof. Those elements might include floor plan and furniture arrangement, color and d/cor, dynamics of the inhabitants and the presence or absence of clutter (the modern man's plague).

Amidst the increasing stresses of modern living, folks are realizing the necessity of returning to a home that nurtures and inspires them. While the pace in Menomonie and the Midwest doesn't quite match that of, say, Manhattan or L.A., we know from conversations with clients, friends and neighbors that people here are stressed, and are eager for new approaches that will bring long-lasting ease and harmony to their lives.

Thus, it seems the perfect time to share with our community room-by-room advice on how to turn home into sanctuary. Each month, we'll offer you tools and adjustments that you can employ to create space that is highly functional, beautiful and just plain feels good.

Let's get started with the front door ...

In Feng Shui the front door/entryway is one of the most important elements of the home. Making adjustments there is a sure-fire way to bring about change, including evolving aspects of your life that feel stuck, and attracting new opportunities. While there are literally dozens of ways to enhance your front door/entryway, the following adjustments are a good place to begin your Feng Shui journey.

Bring in the breath

In Feng Shui, the front door (not the garage or side door) is considered the metaphoric mouth of the home where all of the energetic support enters the space. Not so different from how breath enters our body nourishing every cell with oxygen. So, use your front door as often as possible and make sure that it can open fully (no heaps of recycling, seasonal clothing or pet paraphernalia).

Get noticed

Consider painting your front door a color that is different from any other part of the home's exterior (siding, trim, roof, shutters, etc.) Make sure that it's a color that you like and one that tells the world a little bit about you. If you have a glass door or a wooden door that you don't want to paint, add color in other ways such as hanging a wreath, lintel or other brightly-colored decorative item.

Place the house or fire number so it's visible to approaching visitors.

If your front door is not visible from the driveway or road, you have what is called a "hidden door." To make sure that opportunity and blessings find you, hang a wind chime, windsock or other eye-catching object where it would be seen upon approach. Creative landscaping such as a winding path, colorful plantings or an arbor can also lead energy to your door.

Get fit

Maintain the sidewalk and steps and replace or repair broken items (light bulbs, handrails, screening, doorbell, etc.). Note: A broken doorbell can cause confusion. For a short-term solution, place a note inviting visitors to knock.

The door should swing easily (no sticky knobs or screeching hinges). Also, beware of the pesky entry rug that's too thick and consistently gets swept into a heap.

Clutter: Identify what accumulates in your entry and designate an appropriate container, such as a basket for incoming mail, a container for keys, dog leashes, and other small items, so that your brain immediately perceives order versus chaos.

Touch it up

The entry is where first impressions are made, so don't be stingy: Lavish the space with some of your favorite artwork and objects.

If you're seeking more abundance in your life, consider placing a round vessel, such as a bowl or a basket, inside the front door to receive good fortune.

Notice which of these Feng Shui adjustments resonate most with you and begin there, holding in mind your highest intentions and goals. Keep your eyes and ears open to the changes unfolding in your life, and enjoy!

Check back in August for our next segment where we will focus on the bedroom and ways to improve your sleep, your partnership and many other aspects of your life.

I hope this article helps to get you started!

Sam, Feng Shui Tips

“Feng Shui” Jewels …Great As Gifts Or For Your Own Personal Reason…Get Some And Make This A Very Special Holiday Season!

New York, NY– Pearls, diamonds, emeralds, rubies…boring! Bring some fashion and fun to the holidays this season and at the same time help create a “feel” unlike no other! The latest hot items in jewelry are taking the fashion scenes by storm this year, just in time for your holiday gift giving…Feng Shui Jewels.

Simply put, Feng Shui helps people feel charming about themselves and their surroundings. According to Nicole Citrin, owner and creator of Feng Shui Jewels and a certified Feng Shui consultant, “My pieces are meant to inspire and create a sense of overall well being for the wearer. There are pieces for relationships, wealth, career, and fertility, etc. I work to create jewelry that is beautiful to look at and also functional in design and concept”. Besides creating her own jewelry line, Nicole serves many clienteles (men, women, teens, etc.) in her one-on-one consultations as a certified Feng Shui consultant.

Feng Shui Jewels are very much desired and beautiful to wear. They are the perfect gift to give yourself or someone on your holiday list. Who wouldn’t love a piece of jewelry given from the heart that both looks good and helps create an aura that is calming and tranquil during the hectic season ahead?

Come on, join those in the “fashion must have groups” who have already begun their holiday shopping (and even bought a couple Feng Shui Jewels for themselves)!

For further information about how Nicole and Feng Shui can help you, please visit our website at http://www.fengshuijewels.com/ or contact us via e-mail at nicole@nicolecitrin.com

About Feng Shui Jewels
Balancing her love of color and design with a need to empower women to embrace their life goals, Nicole Citrin created Feng Shui Jewels in 2004. Ms. Citrin, a certified Feng Shui consultant, conceived this spiritually inspired collection after a successful career in the fashion industry.

I think these are a great gift! Check them out and post your comments.

Sam, Feng Shui Tips