Year of the Pig 2019

You know what I love about Chinese New Year starting Feb 4, it feels like a more productive time to start my new year resolutions. January always has a holidayish, relaxed feeling, even if I’m not on holidays officially. There’s hardly any traffic on the roads ’cause people are away, and alot of shops and…

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Moving to a larger home can affect your feng shui (and your life)

From my experience as a professional feng shui consultant for over a decade, people are often very happy and successful in their compact yet somewhat cramped living spaces, but when they upgrade to a larger home due to a growing family, the need for more space, or the desire to entertain and impress, things change. …

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A Tale of Destiny and Fortune

It’s blowing a gale outside – usual windy weather in Melbourne in July – which I’m not a fan of! There’s hail, it’s 13 degrees and grey. It’s a great month for travelling, skiing or hibernating (and writing). Perhaps a good time to tell a tale of destiny and fortune, and what you can gain from a…

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Feng Shui and Mirrors

One of the most common feng shui mistakes I see in my consulting work is the placement of mirrors – particularly around the front door and in the bedroom. I’ve put together two videos explaining the feng shui principles of mirrors and best placement. Feng Shui and Mirrors around the Front Door   Feng Shui…

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Year of the Dog 2018

    2018 (from Feb 4) will be a great year for mainstream and alternative healing – good for real estate and anything to do with the environment and environmental healing. Let’s see what Mother Earth has in store for us in 2018 – archaeologists might dig up something interesting. In numerology (from Jan 1),…

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Lighting the Eye of the Dragon Part 2

  Welcome to part two of my September 2017 feng shui blog where I continue to share my fascinating meeting with Taoist Feng Shui Master Dr. Baolin Wu – the author of Lighting the Eye of the Dragon, one of my favourite feng shui reference books. I’m always keen to visit the States, so dropping…

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the veil between the worlds

All Hallows Eve (October 31st) is nearly upon us. Here in Australia, Halloween is mostly viewed as a commercial enterprise inherited from America, but Halloween is so much more than ghoulish dress ups and trick or treat for children. Did you know … the veil, the energetic and psychic barrier between dimensions is said to…

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Lighting the Eye of the Dragon

On a recent trip to LA, I had the honour of meeting Dr Wu, the author of one of my favourite feng shui reference books ‘Lighting the Eye of the Dragon’. The painting you see above showing his time spent in spiritual education at the White Cloud Monastery. Dr. Wu runs his Beijing Chinese Medical…

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The benefits of indoor plants

From a feng shui perspective, healthy plants energise a room, prevent chi from stagnating and attract positive energy and emotions. But did you know, research has proven plants are not only emotionally uplifting, they can also absorb harmful chemicals and improve indoor air quality in your home or business? Make your home and office a…

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Number 4 and Feng Shui

IS THE NUMBER 4 BAD FENG SHUI This is quite a hot topic and needs to be clarified from a feng shui and numerology perspective. The number 4 and anything that adds up to 4 doesn’t have bad feng shui OR bad karma. The number 4 is considered bad luck because it sounds like the…

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