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Feng Shui

What Is Feng Shui?

Literally translated it means “wind & water”, and it is the ancient Chinese art of balancing and harmonizing our environment. Feng Shui aims to enhance sheng chi (positive energy) so that our immediate surroundings, both internally and externally, can be as supportive as possible, physically, emotionally and spiritually.

How Does It Work?

In Feng Shui, we believe there are 8 principle aspects of life which are represented by points of the compass, and to be truly successful and happy we need to have a good balance in each of these areas:

Career & Life’s Path

Family & Health

Recognition & Fame

Children & Creativity

Education & Knowledge

Wealth & Prosperity

Relationships & Marriage

Helpful People & Patrons

By making changes to our environment it is possible to improve the corresponding areas of our lives. However, if we pay too much attention to one aspect, then other aspects may suffer. Balance is imperative.

Who Can Benefit From Feng Shui?

Anyone can benefit from Feng Shui. It’s suitable for all types of living and working environments and can be used on its own or in conjunction with the interior design your home or business. Individuals and companies have Feng Shui consultations for a variety of reasons; for example to help improve relationships, generate wealth, enhance health & wellbeing, lower stress levels, increase motivation, create greater happiness and harmony.

What Happens During A Consultation?

The aim of the consultation is to incorporate Feng Shui principles to provide supportive and successful environments for all who live or work in the space. Feng Shui is not a replacement for other professional advice, however, it has been around for over 5000 years and some of the most famous and successful individuals and companies use the principles of Feng Shui to their advantage.

All consultations are tailored to the specific needs of each client and are carried out by Liza in person. It is divided into six stages and begins before she meets you in your home or office.

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