Archive for February, 2012

Feng Shui Invisible Architecture

Monday, February 27th, 2012

house feng shui Carol Assa tells me all about my home and how I fit into this space. I learn that I’m a Fire Horse, that I need more RED in my bedroom, that my house is a “Monk & Nun” house, and that I need to repaint and place a water feature at my front door! WOW!

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Relaxing Music ~ 2 ~ Soothing Pictures ~ Zen Garden ~ Feng Shui

Monday, February 27th, 2012

garden feng shui “Watching the Sky” by Harvey Summers
Download here:

http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/feng-shui-for-gardens-watching/id264448422?i=264448423

Sitting on the balcony as warm evening turns to night, everything changes whilst remaining beautiful. This enchanting recording of inspired and original music will carry you away to a world where the sky is full of dreams.
‘Watching the Sky’ is from a CD of the same name with is part of a 3CD set entitled ‘Feng Shui for Gardens’ To listen to recordings from this CD and the others in the set click on

http://www.bluedotmusic.net

Video produced for blue dot music by Robert Nichol/Allcast

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©2010 blue dot music
All Worldwide reserved.

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Feng Shui Gift 1 gift-articles Birthday wedding Gifts To India

Monday, February 27th, 2012

feng shui gift Feng Shui Gift 1 gift-articles Birthday wedding Gifts To India
http://www.managifts.com/gift-articles/feng-shui-gifts/2219.html

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What you Should Know About your Pets and Feng Shui

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

So, you’ve decided to look into this Feng Shui thing and you’ve started to make some changes around your home. You’ve rearranged a few things here, put out a few good luck charms there and you’ve adjusted your color scheme accordingly.

You’ve bought into the power of positive thinking bit and you’ve been slowly replacing items that put you in a negative frame of mind. Everything is coming together for the perfect Feng Shui home, expect for one thing. Fluffy and Fido keep treating your new furniture design like it’s a jungle gym and you’re getting orange cat fur and brown dog fur mixed in with your green and blue Feng Shui furniture.

What to do? Well, there is only so much you can do with the pet dog and cat. Here are a few pointers to help you with pets and Feng Shui in your home.

· Your pet is good Feng Shui. Really, they are! Pets are full of life, vitality and wonderment. Even if you have a big, lazy fat cat, their quiet confidence and approach to the world fills your home with positive energy and not just cat hair. If you thought you had to take Fluffy and Fido to the pound to generate that perfect Feng Shui home, think again. You might want to go to the pound for a second cat, but not to give one up.

· Cleanliness is next to Feng Shuiness – Yes, it’s true, you’ll be happier and in a better state of mind in a clean home. And nothing is better for your pets than a well taken care of carpet, water dish and cat box. If it takes a build up of cat hair to get you to drag out the vac, then consider your pets a positive influence on your Feng Shui.

· In proper Feng Shui, people and animals must be kept separate. What that means is that if you have a dog, you should make sure he or she gets the proper training to obey commands. If you have a cat, keep them off the furniture, unless it’s a piece of furniture that is specifically made for the cat or dog. Make sure you discipline them when they do something wrong and love them when they are good. This will boost your Feng Shui.

· Keep the pets out of the bedroom. Feng Shui is all about love and, as we all know, for couples, most lovemaking happens in the bedroom. Have this as a human-only space. Don’t allow the cat or dog into the room at all if you can and don’t let the pets sleep on the bed at night since it tends to separate the two people sleeping in it.

· Pets shouldn’t be the entire focus of the home. Most people love their pets as much as they love their children, but they should have a space and a place all their own. If you invite company over and the smell of the cat box is the first thing they notice, it will bring in feelings of pity and sadness into the home and that’s not going to help your Feng Shui. Neither will having guests scared to death by a big, scary dog every time they come over. Pets should know their place and not rule over the home.

· Don’t let a pet compromise your health. If you’re allergic to cats, even just a little, it’s probably time to give Fluffy to a relative. You won’t ever feel optimal if you keep pets that are making you sick around the home. Proper Feng Shui requires a clear, positive state of mind and that can be hard to keep when you’re constantly reaching for the Kleenex.

· Don’t let too much pet luck ruin you. Yes, pets, overall, are good Feng Shui due to their energy and love, but if you’re leaving the house every day covered in pet hair and you aren’t confident about your appearance, then you might want to cut down on the number of pets you own. It’s all about frame of mind. If your depressed about your appearance due to the pets, change the pet situation.

Your pet’s connection to your Feng Shui might be bigger than you think. If you were to sit and write down every aspect your pet makes to your life, the list would be much longer than you probably think.

If you think having a pet is affecting you love life, then you need to decide if having the pet is more important than finding a lover and stick with that decision. Don’t let it nag at you and bring down your level of positive chi. Having a pet can be a wonderful experience, but it only helps your Feng Shui as long as you want it to.

Mailcucan
http://www.articlesbase.com/self-help-articles/what-you-should-know-about-your-pets-and-feng-shui-85402.html

Personal Loans- Borrow What you Need

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Personal loans are a godsend for people facing a financial crunch. Multipurpose in nature, these loans can be used for almost any purpose. Cellulite reduction or colour therapy, home renovation or a feng shui garden, buying a Lenova notebook or Stella McCartney’s latest designs- all are legitimate expenses as far as a personal loan is concerned.

Certain requirements have to be fulfilled before taking out a personal loan. Terms and conditions vary from lender to lender. A good credit rating is a magic word for the borrower, as well as the lender. It is a sure shot way to open up the doors of more and more lenders. Also some lenders may require you to have a certain income level per month. Additionally, they may require employment proof and salary slip.

Personal loans may be of two types- secured and unsecured. If you are a UK homeowner then you can opt for a secured loan by placing forth collateral. If you don’t want to risk your property, then going for an unsecured loan is a safer option. From the lenders point of view, an unsecured loan is a risky bet as there is no guarantee that he will get back his investment. Financial authorities like FISA (Financial Industry Standards Associations) and FSA (Financial Services Authority) grants some leeway to these lenders. They are allowed to charge comparatively higher interest rates as against secured loans.

A secured loan has the advantage of a long repayment period with flexible repayment terms. As collateral is involved, the lender is sure of getting back his money. In some cases, they may also allow the loan seeker to dictate the repayment terms. Prospective borrowers may shop online for cheap personal loans to suit their financial situations. Loan seekers can also use the online financial calculators offered by some online lenders to find out what loan amount they can afford.

Eric
http://www.articlesbase.com/loans-articles/personal-loans-borrow-what-you-need-96407.html

Feng Shui Home Decorating Tips : Husband’s Feng Shui Reading

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

house feng shui Learn how to understand your husband’s feng shui reading with tips and techniques for feng shui home decorating in this free interior design video.

Expert: Cecilia Trinh
Contact: www.LiveInHarmony.Biz
Bio: Nili Nathan, host of “Great Healing Getaways” interviews and hires Cecilia Trinh, a certified Feng Shui practitioner for Home & Office.
Filmmaker: Nili Nathan

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Jami Lin PBS Feng Shui video: Part 2

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

garden feng shui Jami Lin PBS Feng Shui video: Part 2

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Money Plant Tree

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

feng shui gift http://www.fengshuiroomdesign.com/tools/money-plant-tree – Money trees are special bonsai plants that have feng shui significance. They symbolize the five elements and can be used to help attract wealth. Learn how to use it throughout your home to become more abundant.

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Feng Shui Basics : Feng Shui Tips in Buying a House

Monday, February 6th, 2012

house feng shui Realtors who know feng shui will try to find the right house for the right person based on compatibility. Consult a feng shui specialist when buying a house with tips from a certified feng shui consultant in this free video on feng shui and home decoration.

Expert: Miriam Tsao
Contact: www.miriamtsao.com
Bio: Miriam Tsao is a certified Feng Shui consultant and a professional member of the International Feng Shui Guild, New York Chapter. Tsao is also co-director of the Feng Shui Forum in New York City.
Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

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A Feng Shui Expert Meets with Local Landscape Designer Part Three

Monday, February 6th, 2012

garden feng shui Part three shows another side of the home where we will incorporate Feng Shui into the landscaping project.

Also, learn about our Landscaping Table available for only $8. Visit our website at http://www.intuitiveconcepts.com

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