Thursday, March 10, 2016

Ms. Feng Shui Tips Tea Totaler




How is life calling you to make a difference?

The helpful people and travel portion of the feng shui ba-gua is about moving forward whether from one location to another or a shift in your state of mind. Movement and development of spirit is essential for growth. This sector of the ba-gua calls to action synchronicity - the blessings of being at the right place at the right time. It's about expanding our ability to be compassionate towards self so we can be compassionate towards others. 

The energy of the helpful people gua reminds us to refine our truth, be authentic, create beauty around us and live in clarity. That begins with compassion and leads to serving others. Most of all...be in-spirit or what is most commonly recognized as BE INSPIRED!

Where to Find Helpful People Sector: This is the location of the northwest. It's metallic qualities arrive from the universal electricity from the sun and stars. Therefore, metal is a key element for this sector. As these particle rays drop down into the planet, then the element of earth bodes well here too.

Images: Globe, angels, travel pieces of art, photos or artwork of mentors, gemstones such as celestite, metal objects.



Colors: Metal color hues (bronze, creamy white, gold, silver, pewter, copper).

When you enhance this sector you can expect new opportunities and finances to grow!

~Mary Jane

www.njfengshuitraining.com - The Science behind Feng Shui

Illustrator: Ann Curch Gagliano

Feng Shui Astrology Lady Says...Capable & Ambitious


The Metal Rabbit is very capable and ambitious when it comes to knowing what you what in life. Take advantage of this combination of energy today and construct your long term and short term life goals. This combination of energy is also fantastic when it comes to business strategies. You'll find smaller groups more comfortable today to work with. Take some time to enjoy the arts today.

~Mary Jane
www.njfengshuitraining.com - Where you learn the science of feng shui!

Illustrator: Ann Curch Gagliano