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Feng Shui Career Tips E-book

Sunday, December 2nd, 2012

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Feng Shui Career Tips E-book
Feng Shui Career Tips E-book Feng Shui Career Tips: Power Your Career with Feng Shui Do you want to super-charge your careerb Get that promotion, get that raise, secure your position within your company, or find your dream jobb Power Your Career With Feng Shui is designed to do all of this and more. Click below to purchase this book now through our secure online payment processor, ClickBank. Be an affiliate and sell this book from your site! Co-written by a financial analyst and feng shui expert, this book contains everything you need to know to transform your home and work environments into beautiful, positive energy spaces that feed your career and prosperity furnace, lighting them up to bring you opportunities and success beyond your dreams. And speaking of dreams, Jim Reyes, co-author, woke from a dream knowing he had to write this book! Seeing the economy slip all around him, people losing their jobs, families losing their homes, and knowing he had the tools at his dispoal to help, spurred him into action. As a financial analyst, when he first heard of feng shui many years ago, he was skeptical. But after seeing feng shui work time and again to manifest his career aspirations and bring him opportunity after opportunity, and seeing the same results for friends and clients, he is a believer. Co-authored with Anezka Drazil, feng shui consultant, and also Jim’s wife, Power Your Career with Feng Shui contains techniques and remedies that Jim and Anezka have used to successfully smooth the way to new jobs, new opportunities, and new wealth for their friends and clients of Anezka’s nearly 20-year feng shui consulting practice. Think what a great gift this book would be for someone in your life. Power Your Career With Feng Shui has 9 chapters in more than 170 pages, and includes illustrations, diagrams, real-life feng shui case studies and practical step-by-step “to do” lists at the end of each chapter. It really is the “feng shui survival guide” for today’s economy. Click here to read the book’s Table of Contents, which outlines many of the feng shui tips you will learn. Click here to read the book’s introduction. Free chapter! Click here to read the book’s first chapter in its entirety. The information in this book is an indepth exploration of what Anezka, in her feng shui consulting practice, would charge approimately $300 for in an onsite visit. Friends told them they should charge a lot more, but Anezka and Jim want to get the information out to as many people as possible. That’s why they wouldn’t let the publisher sell it for even $47, the initial price the publisher suggested for this book. Power Your Career with Feng Shui is available for only $27, and it can be delivered to your computer immediately via an online link to the .pdf. One suggestion in Chapter 3 will help you more than recoup the cost of the book alone. There are many, many practical and useful Feng Shui career tips included, based on wisdom that has been in use in the East for centuries. In fact, most Chinese corporations wouldn’t dream of building, remodeling or decorating their offices without bringing in a feng shui consultant. Click below to purchase this book now through our secure online payment processor, ClickBank. Reminder: You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer in order to read .pdf files, including this e-book. If you don’t have it (most computers do), you can download a free copy at Adobe’s Web site: Adobe Reader FREE Download Link

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Need advice where I can find an online feng shui expert?

Saturday, December 1st, 2012

Hi. Where can I find a feng shui consultant to do an online consultation for a reasonable fee? I need to rearrange my house a certain way to be more harmonize and better energy flow and my home office needs to be worked on more and I have books on feng shui but I don’t know how to apply them very well. I need help in finding an online feng shui expert to reduce the cost of the consultation that can look at my floor plan and digital pictures of my house and give me suggestions on how to rearrange things. If you can give me websites of these professionals/companies that would be helpful. Thanks in advance!

my master is master peter leung. he lives in toronto, and go to other cities to teach fengshui. you can either contact him at www.fengshuisos.com or attend his courses.

What are some topics you like to read on?

Saturday, December 1st, 2012

I’m writing articles for some blogs and I’m running out of content. If you are online what would interest you? Do you like human interests stories, news, family, business, gardening etc.

Ancestry history, Current events (David Carradine, flight 447, etc), Web site building, Space Aliens and Paranormal, Archeology finds, Little Sweetie Estate vs. Feng Shui Master court case, Cloning, Trade news letters……yes, I live on the computer!

What are the best growing conditions for a Money Tree?

Saturday, December 1st, 2012

I have a Money Tree plant, and it keeps going through various stages of growing well, and loosing all it’s leaves. I have yet to figure out the best place to put it, in direct sun or shade, or what. Every time it gets growing well, a few weeks later it starts loosing all its leaves again. There’s clearly something it needs that I’m not giving it, and I don’t know what!

Pachira aquatica (synonyms: Pachira macrocarpa, Bombax macrocarpum, Carolinea macrocarpa, Bombax glabrum) is a tropical wetland tree which is known by the common names Malabar chestnut, Guiana chestnut, provision tree, and saba nut. It is native to Central and South America, where it grows in swamps.

Pachira aquatica can grow up to 18 meters in height in the wild. It has shiny green palmate leaves and smooth green bark. Its showy flowers have long, narrow petals that open like a banana peel to reveal hairlike yellowish orange stamens. The tree is cultivated for its edible nuts which grow in a very large, woody pod. The nuts are light brown, striped with white. They are said to taste like peanuts, and can be eaten raw or cooked or ground into a flour to make bread. The leaves and flowers are also edible.

The tree grows well as a tropical ornamental in moist, frost-free areas, and can be started from seed or cutting.

The Bonsai Braided Money Tree Plant
By Lee Dobbins

Bonsai trees can be a great hobby and a wonderful way to add interest to your garden or inside your home. They take a minimal of care and the ability to train and prune them can be a great creative outlet. Not all bonsai trees are the same and there are many different types of trees that can be interesting to grow. A favorite for bonsai enthusiasts is the braided money plant tree as it is easy to grow and makes a great indoor plant.

The braided bonsai money plant tree, also known as Pachira aquatica, is a miniature tree characterized by multiple intertwining trunks. Each tree is actually four to five separate trees with their trunks braided together. Its size varies anywhere from 10-18 inches tall. (Full-grown money plant trees can reach 7 feet tall.) The tree is topped with large, bright green leaves that form a tuft at the tip of each stem.

The braided bonsai money plant tree is usually given as a gift, as it is reputed to bring good luck. Generally, the more leaves the money tree has, the better! While it is common to find money trees with five to six leaves on each stem, it is quite rare to find one with seven leaves. Like a four-leaf clover, a money plant tree with a seven-leaf stem is considered to bring incredibly good fortune.

The braided bonsai money plant tree is also a mainstay in feng shui. Feng shui practitioners believe that the braided bonsai creates positive energy for any room that it placed in. According to this belief, you should place your money tree in the “financial” part of your home or office. Each new leaf of the tree will then bring added financial blessing and success.

The Pachira aquatica is an easy bonsai to grow; it is ideal for indoor cultivation. Unlike other bonsai, it is quite hardy. It can thrive for many years with minimal care. It is tolerant of both low light conditions and dryness. All you will need is a little bit of soil to hold the roots. Other than that, brief exposure to sunlight and weekly watering will be enough to make the plant thrive.

The amount of water you give your plant is critical and one common mistake that many beginning plant owners make is over watering. This can actually kill your plant! You want to be sure to water so that the soil is moist but you don’t want to put so much in so that there is standing water in the planter.

If you are a bonsai beginner, the braided bonsai can be ideal for you! (And the added luck couldn’t hurt.) Even if the braided bonsai money plant tree you acquire seems to have damaged leaves, don’t worry. Those leaves will drop off and beautiful leaves will sprout up in their place. Enjoy both your tree and your newfound luck!

Lee Dobbins writes for http://bonsai.garden-corner.com/ where you can learn more about bonsai plants as well as find out about more types of bonsai trees.