International Feng Shui Guild Newsletter
How Feng Shui Can Help Improve All Your Relationships
Welcome
Your space is always talking to you, and when it comes to assessing the home of a client who is seeking to secure a healthy, loving partner, the clues as to what's keeping them from finding their hearts desires is often literally hanging on the walls, hiding in the corners and sitting at eye level. Yes, it's true. Our Feng Shui Experts share insights into how you can create a sacred space for love to bloom. 
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CEO, International Feng Shui Guild

Encourage Rest and Regeneration in Bedrooms

Rest and regeneration are fundamental to our well-being and have an important role in aiding in recuperation as well. Because they are the quietest environments in the home, bedrooms are often the first location where we retire to heal.  Read tips and hints from Feng Shui expert and teacher, Los Angeles based, Alex Stark.


Feng Shui for Love

Whether you are in a committed relationship or still searching for The One,” Feng Shui paves the way for more harmonious relationships. Feng Shui helps you recognize how your space reflects your life and encourages you to create a new relationship with your space. Find out more details and ideas from Kim Julen, Finding Your Fiji.

Feng Shui Glossary Word of the Month: Kun

One of the eight trigrams, guas or sectors of the Bagua, associated with the Southwest, the number 2, the element of yin Earth, the season of late Summer-early Autumn, the colors brown to yellow, the spleen, pancreas, stomach (belly), and sense of taste, mouth and the symbol Mother. Relates to marriage, relationships, fertility and other life aspects. In the I Ching, Kun is denoted by three broken lines and is the most yin trigram.  .    

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Feng Shui Tip of the Month: 3 Easy Steps to Feng Shui Toxic Relationships and Negativity

Step 1: Stay Grounded
It’s important to note first that sometimes it’s us we need to Feng Shui and not our negative friendships. Before you go ditching all your friends make sure to take a look at your own attitude and helpfulness when it comes to your friendships.

Step 2: Find your People
To discover your “truth” simply gain more wisdom! Read books, try out a new hobby, enroll in a class, and travel to a new place. There are endless ways to self-discovery! By acknowledging an abundance of knowledge you can discover more of what you like. Getting to know more about yourself will put you in places you love allowing you to meet like-minded people!

Step 3: Declutter
Tap into your intuition when it comes to making decisions on strengthening relationships, releasing negative friendships and reviving those that have gone stale.  Ask yourself where all your energy is going. If you find you’re continuously depleted, you may have to consider letting go of some of the people in your daily life.


"Pin"spiration

Peony symbolizes love and affection. Plant this flower in the right rear corner of your home to promote harmonious family relationships.  Click here to see this pin.


Click here to see more pins from our Love, Relationships, and Feng Shui Bedrooms Pinterest board.


Feng Shui School Spotlight - Metropolitan Institute of Design-Feng Shui

Established in 2008, the Universal Feng Shui Certification program is the first to be licensed by the New York State Department of Education.

The curriculum includes nine months of intensive studies, mentorship and experiential opportunities to learn and become certified in the practice of Feng Shui. Topics include: intro to Feng Shui and its connection to the modern world, health and environmental psychology, developing intuition, I Ching, astrology, face reading, interior design and architecture, how to conduct feng shui consultations, the business of feng shui and marketing yourself as a consultant, dealing with clutter and space clearing, blessing rituals and sacred ceremonies, dowsing, and Feng Shui in the garden.


Final Thoughts - Feng Shui Relationship: 5 Signs You've Found True Love
Here are five signs that you just may be in the right relationship... that it's a healthy, grown-up romance based on mutual respect. If your relationship meets these criteria, you are probably on the right track.

1. You discuss everything -- Partners in a healthy relationship talk things out.

2. You both understand how important it is to make time for other people and interests --  Make a concerted effort, especially in the first few months, to establish relationship habits that include outside interests and friends.

3. You refuse to disagree in public. -- It's disrespectful to each other and makes the people around you uncomfortable.

4. You expect the best from your relationship. -- When we focus our intention on a happy outcome, the energy of the Universe aligns to help provide that outcome. In a happy relationship, you don't have your “escape plan” in the back of your mind. 

5. You always want the best for the other person. -- It's okay to let your competitive side show on the tennis court, but when it comes to real life, you should view your partner's success as your own -- and vice versa.


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