Crystals are lovely objects that can be hung from the ceiling in front of a window or placed on a tabletop. And, depending on beliefs, people from all around the world may view the use of crystals differently, ranging from believing they have healing abilities to trusting in their protective powers. When crystals are used in feng shui for your home or office, their purpose is usually for the creation of good energy, as opposed to just serving as a decorative piece.
As a business owner looking to improve business success and workplace energy, consider becoming an expert in the practice of feng shui. The first step to take in order to reach these goals is to sign up for feng shui classes online, which can be completed from the comfort and convenience of your own home or office! For a peek at what you will learn, let’s run through some simple tips to feng shui your office:
- Clear the clutter: Your work desk is not your dining room table.
Happy New Year! According to the Chinese lunar calendar, this coming Chinese New Year sign is the Rooster, which, like other signs, has its own set of traits that make it significant each year it returns. So, how much do you know about this sign for 2017? Let’s take a look at some interesting facts about the Year of the Rooster from a feng shui practitioner:
- Start and end dates: The first thing you may notice about the Year of the Rooster is that it does not start on the first day of the new year.
Whether you have a family, live with roommates or live on your own, noise and clutter are bound to happen. Such chaos can be as simple as dirty laundry piling up in the bathroom to something more anxiety producing, like your kids battling one another or your spouse’s pack rat ways. It’s good to know you are not alone on that front. No matter the situation, you may consider looking into feng shui to turn a chaotic household into a Zen space.
When Joel Curry and his wife Joy purchased the Pathways to Health Massage Therapy Center in Auburn, California in early 1993, it had a few problems. “The community had a general misconception about our center and massage in general. To put it mildly, massage was not looked upon as a viable health care alternative. Also the center had never made much of a profit since its establishment nine years ago,” Joel recalls.
Utilizing his background in marketing, Joel set about to educate the public and generate more business for his center.
“Dad, can you and mom take me to the high mountains to look for antlers that the deer have shed?” One chilly Autumn morning our young son Anthony asked us this question. Together the three of us were about to perform a ceremony and blessing on our recently acquired property in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas in California and the question prompted us to reflect on the fact that children are often much more in touch with the natural world than us big people and have a longing to be part of that world.