Laughter Boosts Feng Shui

Laughter boosts feng shui. Joy, happiness, smiles, motivation, enthusiasm, all fill the space around you with positive energy. But who feels like laughing when overloaded with the concerns of daily life? Yet it is during challenging times that a dose of laughter can uplift the spirits, strengthen the immune system, relieve pain and lower stress levels. It also tones up body organs such as the heart, lungs and stomach, exercises the muscles, and stimulates production of the body’s natural painkillers and feel-good hormones. Negativity attracts more negativity. It makes the space around you heavy and dense, and it contracts and …

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Do You Have A Toxic Bedroom | Brenda Martin FSSA

Do You Have A Toxic Bedroom?

It’s important to keep our bedroom healthy, as we spend a third of our life in it. Our body is at its most vulnerable during sleep. It’s the time for our body’s rest, repair and healing, not defending it from foes.  There can be many reasons for waking up feeling unrefreshed, but we don’t want our bedroom to be one of them. If we can healthy-up our bedroom, it may help us to sleep better and wake up feeling good. USE FENG SHUI Chi needs space to meander around the room like a gently-flowing stream. Piles of clothes or other …

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The Year of the Dog can influence positive lifestyle changes | Brenda Martin | Feng Shui Consultant

Your Dog Year Lifestyle

Our Dog Year lifestyle is up for change this year, so keep it positive The Year of the Dog began on February 16th 2018. The energy influences for 2018 are Yang Earth over Yang Earth, earth being the Dog’s element, which is also an energy. One would think that two dogs would create a healthy friendship, but they can also create huge challenges. 2016 was the Monkey. The energy was yang fire over metal, which influenced unpredictability and surprises, a nudge to take a risk and try something different. 2017 energy was the Rooster. This energy was yin fire over …

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Front Door Facing Staircase | Brenda Martin | Feng Shui Consultant

Front Door Facing The Staircase

With your front door facing the staircase, chi rushes up and down, leaving the rest of the house with weak energy. Place a healthy plant against the wall near the bottom of the stairs. It will attract the chi, stop it rushing, and make it healthy. Then chi will move gently through all areas of the home, nourishing and restoring balance. Copyright © 2017 Brenda Martin Learn more about feng shui in my distance-learning courses.

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Feng Shui Shui Is For Keeps | Brenda Martin | Feng Shui Consultant

Feng Shui Is For Keeps

Feng Shui is for keeps, not for a quick, temporary fix. I once sat next to a BBC reporter at a dinner.  He was disappointed not to receive a quick feng shui diagnosis over the main course, followed by treatment over dessert. He asked me discreetly if our Host’s dining-room needed feng shui, then asked if I could help him to feel better, as he was lacking energy and generally feeling unwell. I did wonder if he would have asked a doctor or lawyer for some quick advice over a semi-formal dinner. I explained that I would need compass readings and …

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