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Daily Feng Shui News for Mar. 26th – ‘Legal Assistant’s Day’

I’m going to take some liberties today and change ‘Legal Assistant’s Day’ to something that will bring you legal assistance. If legal issues are also causing you to incur financial losses, you will want to place an image or a small statue of Xiu Fo Buddha, as Feng Shui says that this will protect you from legal negativity, lying and backstabbing. If you want justice to prevail, put Xiu Fo Buddha on the case so that you can now win yours.

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Daily Feng Shui News for March 20 – ‘Proposal Day’

On ‘Proposal Day’ I’d like to propose a Feng Shui way to get that perfect partner fully committed. If your mate can’t seem to make up their mind about marriage, then this tradition says to do the following: Get eight small boulders (or large rocks) and paint them gold. Position the rocks in a small pile in the ‘Relationship and Romance’ area of your yard or living space (far back right hand side of your living area). Before placing the last rock on top, tie nine, 18 or 27 inches of red ribbon, string or thread around it. Leave these rocks in place for 49 days. This cure promises that sometime within that time frame these rocks will place a stone of another kind on your left hand.

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Feng Shui for Monday, March 17th: ‘Saint Patrick’s Day’

Today’s ‘Saint Patrick’s Day’ energies are closely associated with all things fortune and luck. Feng Shui says that if you want to attract great fortunes and fabulous luck into your life then you should move 27 things around your living space. This philosophy considers 27 to be a key number in and moving 27 objects will create a pathway for a change in fortunes while also attracting some mighty good luck. Be sure to visualize ‘getting lucky’ as you move things around today.

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Daily Feng Shui News for March 11 – ‘Organize Your Home Office Day’

The sailing should be smooth on today’s ‘Organize Your Home Office Day,’ as we explore how putting pictures or posters of boats in that space can bring a big career boost. According to Feng Shui, water energizes your professional efforts and having an image of a boat in full sail will attract happy and healthy energies to your work, as well as promising a smooth journey through life. The boat should always be loaded with boxes, barrels or any other sort of goods in order to symbolize success in life. And always remember that the boat must be sailing towards you so it can attract rewarding and satisfying employment.


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Daily Feng Shui News for March 5th – ‘Saint Piran’s Day’

If you are reading this in the British town of Cornwall then you won’t be surprised to hear that today is ‘Saint Piran’s Day,’ a day dedicated to celebrating the life of the patron saint of that British town. St. Piran quickly became a favorite amongst tin miners after he accidentally became the first person in Cornwall to teach tin smelting. Tin, or the metal element on the whole, plays a very important role in the Feng Shui philosophy. Metal is one of the five favored Feng Shui elements and is associated with the center or middle of the right hand side of your living space. The presence of anything metal placed in this ‘Children/Creativity’ area energizes that element and is believed to attract silver and gold. If you want to bring success and wealth as well as child-like wonder and tons of creativity into your life, you are well advised to place something metal in that space.

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Feng Shui to Benefit Your Body

Feng Shui to Benefit Your Body

How to apply the principles of Feng Shui to your body

Stephanie Dempsey  Stephanie Dempsey on the topics of health, feng shui

Feng Shui isn’t just good for the home — it’s also good for the body!

Each part of the home or office corresponds to a different part of the body. If you’re suffering from aches or pains, alleviate the trouble by making adjustments to the appropriate “gua” — or section — of your home. This may seem like a fanciful notion, but you could experience immediate relief as a result. There’s a reason Feng Shui has been around for more than three thousand years!

Here are a few Feng Shui tips to benefit your body:


Health issues related to your ears are linked to the career gua, which is located in the center of the wall containing the main entrance door. Revamp this space if you’ve suffered a hearing loss or have difficulty being heard. If people accuse you of being in denial, you may also want to check this area for any grime, squeaky hinges or stuck doors.


If you’re experiencing difficulty with your hands or fingers, check the near left corner of your home, which is also known as the wisdom gua. Excessive clutter or faulty electronic equipment could be aggravating problems like arthritis, hyperhidrosis (sweaty palms) and nail fungus. You might also want to check the wisdom gua if you have difficulty handling a relationship or keeping in touch with friends.


If you develop foot trouble, examine the center portion of the left side of your home. This is the family gua, which is linked to the ability to stand on your own two feet. Dying plants, excessive heat or an overload of electronics can trigger anything from athlete’s foot to plantar warts. Trouble in the family gua can also make it difficult for you to move forward in life.

Skeletal system

Conditions that affect your hips, pelvis or bones are linked to the prosperity gua, which sits in the far left corner of your home. Check this space if you are suffering from hip dysplasia, back pain or osteoporosis. The prosperity gua is also tied to your ability to stand up to bullies. Too much light, heat or electrical equipment can compound all of these health issues.


Problems involving the eyes are linked to the fame gua, which sits in the center portion of the far wall of your home. Examine this area if you suffer from poor eyesight, glaucoma or conjunctivitis. Cloudy mirrors, leaky faucets and grime are common manifestations of eye trouble. If you have difficulty being recognized for your contributions, you might also want to examine the family gua for trouble.

Abdominal area

Health issues related to your stomach, intestines and genitals are linked to the relationship gua, which rests in the far right corner of your home. Keep this space free of rickety furniture, faulty electrical equipment and drafts. Such problems could be manifested as ulcers or colitis. You should also attend to the relationship gua if you’re emotionally incapable of experiencing intimacy.

Mouth and respiratory system

If you have canker sores, dental problems or asthma, examine the creativity gua for problems. This gua is located in the center portion of the right side of your home. Excessive heat and light can irritate such health problems — so can leaky ceilings, faucets and toilets. On an emotional level, creative blocks and shyness are tied to this area.


Headaches, brain injuries, mental problems, lice and dandruff are all linked to the helpful people gua, which sits in the near right corner of your home. Check this area for junk, leaks and excessive heat. If you have a drain in this spot, keep it covered when you’re not using it. On an emotional level, problems with authority figures can also be addressed by making adjustments to the helpful people gua.

Overall health

If you’re suffering from a serious health matter that affects every part of your body — like heart disease, cancer, HIV, cystic fibrosis or multiple sclerosis — check the health gua. This space is located at the center of your home. Keep this area open, spacious and airy. Walls, staircases, columns and other obstructions can cause problems here. Paint these obstructions earth tones like honey, chocolate or pumpkin. Cover stairs with a soft carpet, and place a square area rug at the top and bottom of the staircase. Hang a round faceted crystal from a 9-inch red ribbon at the top of the stairs. If you have a column in this space, hang mirrors at eye level on every side of it. This will symbolically cause the pillar to vanish, relieving any obstructions to your health. If it’s a round column, encircle it with a strip of silver paper that sits at eye level. You might also want to check the health gua if your life feels off-balance.

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Daily Feng Shui News for March 2 – ‘Fame’

Many of us will be tuned into the 86th Annual Academy Awards tonight, an event that showcases the achievements of the film industry’s best and brightest. If you would like to be thought of as a star within your own industry, then Feng Shui says that you should light up your ‘Fame’ area. This arena is located at the back center or back middle of your living space. One way to fire up the ‘Fame’ energies is to place nine small red candles in that space and light them whenever you want to heat up your recognition factor. When this works for you and you receive an award, the first thing I want to hear you say is, ‘I’d like to thank Ellen –.’

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Daily Feng Shui Tip for Feb. 25th: Pistol Patent Day

I know this month I’ve been offering a lot of tips for single women to meet ‘the one’, so on today’s ‘Pistol Patent Day’ I’d like to offer a Feng Shui way for a man to find the perfect partner. This philosophy says that any man who has an image or an actual cherry blossom branch positioned over his bed will soon meet someone special who will share that same space with him.

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