real trends for today
Volume XI  Issue 4                                          4th Quarter 2004             

                                             

Beth Pressler  CRS   GRI  LTG

Higbie Maxon Agney, Inc. REALTORS®
83 kercheval
grosse pointe farms, mi 48236
313.886.3400

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Feng Shui Savvy

 

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Feng Shui, a Chinese term meaning “Wind and Water,” has been around for thousands of years.

“To practice Feng Shui today, we need to blend traditional Feng Shui wisdom with our own keen intuitive, investigative, diagnostic, and communicative skills, writes Terah Kathryn Collins in The Western Guide to Feng Shui: Creating Balance, Harmony, and Prosperity in Your Environment.

Buyers have, for years, utilized the principles of Fung Shui in their decision-making process. Lately, it’s popularity is moving across the country among buyers from all backgrounds.

“The mouth of Ch’i (the entrance door) to your home, office or bedroom is the most important place to Feng Shui “first”, in any building. Keeping entrance doors and pathways open and free of clutter and debris will allow for blessings and business to enter your life and career.

If your main entrance door into your home is through the garage, then it is critically important to space clear this area as well.

Look closely at your door environments, for they will tell you a great deal about the effortless flow or the sluggishness of opportunities and cash flow in your life at this moment in time.

When you widen the mouth of Ch’i, you open the opportunity for blessings and abundance to flow effortlessly into your life...because you and your environment are ONE.” ?

Source: Feng Shui Paradigms, Suzzee Miller

 

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