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The Year of the Fire Rooster Feng Shui by Anita Rosenberg

The Year of the Fire Rooster Feng Shui by Anita Rosenberg

February 3, 2017 launches the Chinese New Year of the Bing You or Fire Rooster. Within the Feng Shui of your space there are stars or energy patterns that show up in each sector. The goal is to activate the good stars and keep the bad ones quiet. How to do this? Use the auspicious sectors more often. It’s like tuning into the wi-fi signal and receiving a full ban. The more often you are in these areas the more you attract good Qi into your life, which in turn make you happier, healthier and more successful. Who doesn’t want that?

What to do?
Take your compass and stand in the middle of your house. Map out the sectors according to the pie-shape of the directions. The three best sectors to activate and use more often in 2017 are:

EAST – attracts wealth, finance & cash flow
SOUTHEAST – attracts happy events, promotions & sales opportunities
NORTH – attracts power, authority, good name & leadership

Here are the good sectors to use:

EAST is one of the top 3 sectors to activate in 2017. Use it more to maximize wealth prospects and accumulation and good fortune. If your main entrance faces EAST you are in great shape for 2017 because it ushers in this auspicious energy. If one of the rooms you use most often or your office is in the East it helps you establish a good reputation to flourish in professional pursuits.To activate use this area more, open windows, add yang objects like a television, clock or fan.

SOUTHEAST is the second best sector to activate to grow your wealth especially for long-term projects and investments. It increases sales and is also a great sector for spiritual manifestation in 2017. If SOUTHEAST is where your home office is located you will find yourself more active in business. Using SOUTHEAST will boost your career and you will be more joyful as you gain more fame and reputation. If you are in a relationship SOUTHEAST will help you plan marriage or start a family.

NORTH is the third best sector of 2017. This area is good for education and if your purpose is to learn you can turn your knowledge into a career. Study in the NORTH this year and set your children up in the NORTH for their study area. It also manifests career opportunities in 2017. Use it to climb the corporate ladder and to build a good name and status. If the main door to your office is in the NORTH your status and social circle will improve. Make sure there are no negative aspects in this sector or you will get undesirable results

Sending you blessings for a most fantastic Year of the Fire Rooster 2017!

Anita Rosenberg

www.AnitaRosenberg.com | @anitarosenbergstudio

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How Shui Are You? By Anita Rosenberg

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Answer the following questions to find out, how Shui are you?

__yes __ no      1. Do you tend to pick single items rather than pairs?
__yes __ no      2. Is your television exposed and not inside a closed cabinet?
__yes __ no      3. Is your entryway bland and lacklustre?
__yes __ no      4. Do you have family photos on your mantel?
__yes __ no      5. Sitting at your desk, is your back towards the door?
__yes __ no      6. Is your artwork drab and uninspiring?
__yes __ no      7. Do you have mirrors in your bedroom?
__yes __ no      8. Do you prefer silk plants and flowers to real ones?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to correct your Feng Shui.

Here are my Top Eight Tips to keep your Feng Shui Simple.

#1 – It Takes Two to Tango
Feng Shui provides simple tools for attracting a mate. Love and passion is the tango of duality. Decorating with “pairs of things” will stir up your love life; two pictures, two chairs, two lamps or matching items. Displaying pairs honours relationships in general.

#2 – Cover Televisions when not in use
Computers and televisions possess strong EMFs (electromagnetic frequencies) that are harmful in large doses. Whether turned on or off, they are rays of harmful energy that negatively affect our health. In Feng Shui, we never want them in bedrooms. If you must sleep with a television, place inside a cabinet so you can close off the energy when you go to sleep.

#3 – Bring out the Welcome Mat
Opportunity knocks at the front door which is why we suggest a welcome mat to greet our guests. The front door is the mouth of Qi or life-force energy, which is why we add greeters like a welcome mat, spiritual statue or bench.

#4 – Light my Fire
The fireplace is the most fiery area of the house so we want to balance the fire energy with water by placing a mirror over the mantel. A mirror represents the water element. Other objects like crystals or candles make excellent décor choices as well. Family photos and painting will symbolically burn up so we don’t like them on the mantel.

#5 – Always Sit in the Power Position
You should always have a commanding view of the room from your desk. No one wants to sit with their back to the door as it is unsettling. To determine your power position, try moving your chair around until you feel the most comfortable.

#6 – Art That Inspires
Art should lift your spirits and reflect who you are. Art symbolism is powerful. Food-related images do well in kitchens. Pictures with people go in the dining room. Hang romantic pieces in the bedroom. Playful art is for children’s rooms. Office art should empower your career.

#7 – Fresh Flowers bring Prosperity
Flowers are said to bring good fortune into your home or office. Silk and dried flowers have a shelf-life of three months and then they become dust-catchers. Fresh flowers are preferred. Replace them immediately when wilted or faded.

#8 – Family Wall of Fame
Family members are our support team. In Feng Shui we like adding a hallway of family portraits or an entry table with family photos. Miranda loves her family pictures and has assembled her favourite shots of the important people in her life. We can all follow her lead.

Anita Rosenberg

www.AnitaRosenberg.com | @anitarosenbergstudio

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What is Your Inner Feng Shui?

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Inner Feng Shui is like having it all. It is the balance of all things. It is about staying healthy, being happy, supporting your friends and family, giving it all in your work, having a solid reputation and going with the flow.

Inner Feng Shui is listening to your inner self at times of worry and frustration. Hearing what is out of balance and trying to re-gain your equilibrium.

Inner Feng Shui is trying not to over emphasise any one element in your life, but coming to the understanding that different life arenas need focus and energy at various times. It is okay to work on one area now. Then change gears and direct your energies into another life arena.

When you reach your optimum Inner Feng Shui you are happy, healthy and loving most of the time. Nothing really gets to you, you are living in the natural flow of life.

Anita Rosenberg

www.AnitaRosenberg.com | @anitarosenbergstudio

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