Welcome to the class 4 Expensive Home Design Trends that Look Great but Are Bad Feng Shui. Under the class video you will find more videos with exciting information about this topic, plus the current deals and bonuses in our group program called the Dream Home Lab.
Go here to print out the handout for this class if you want to follow along, and keep a cheat sheet to remind yourself of the most important content in the class. Download the document and print out page 2.
Having bad Feng Shui is terrible, but do you know what’s worse? Paying top dollar to have bad Feng Shui.
Watch the class below to learn what are the current 4 home design trends that are really expensive and look great, but are bad Feng Shui.
Bad Feng Shui translates into bad luck so it’s super important that you learn what trends to avoid so you don’t risk wasting money and ruining your home’s luck!
4 Expensive Home Design Trends that Look Great but Are Bad Feng Shui
“I highly recommend Moni to anyone interested in making their home more beautiful and functional. She coaches people to improve themselves by improving their spaces. You can get as much help from Moni as you need and proceed at your own rate. Moni uses her complete system of Feng Shui as well as her personal intuition to decide what is the best step for you to take, which might be different from what you thought you wanted.”
All the Bonuses I Promised During the Class are Below
Here are all the bonuses I promised you during the class 4 Expensive Home Design Features that Look Great But are Bad Feng Shui.
Here you’ll find:
🌸 5 video series on Visualizing Your Dream Home
🌸 Bonus class: 4 Common Design Features that Are Bad Feng Shui
🌸 All the bonuses that come with the program (over $1,000 worth)
🌸 Discount codes and links (save the first month or get 4 months free when you join for the year)
🌸 A chance to meet with me to have 1 question answered at no cost (even if you don’t join)
Visualize a Feng-Shui-Correct Dream Home
Everything in your home means something. All things in the home are talking to you and are saying things about you.
The way your home looks and feels is a result of decisions you have made in the past.
In the present, those decisions influence how you see the world.
It’s a feedback loop.
To manifest the home of your dreams, you first have to visualize it.
When you visualize a home, you’re not just calling into your life the home features you imagine, but also the beliefs about life that come with them.
Everything you ask for in a home comes with a way to see the world, so if you ask for design features that would bring bad luck, you are basically asking for bad luck.
Below you will see a series of five short videos to teach you how to visualize a home that is guaranteed to look fantastic, feel good, and have great energy:
- Size (not everyone’e dream is a mansion)
- Relationship with water (pool or no pool?)
- Height (number of stories, types of staircases)
- Neighborhood and neighbors
- Status (how grand do you want your home to be?)
“I feel blessed to have the opportunity to work with Moni. She has incredible wisdom and insight. She has been able to look at the spaces in and around my home and suggest simple cures to shift the energy. For example, removing a misplaced mirror allowed me to connect with 6 new people to share my services with one week. She is both pleasant and easy to work with. I am glad that I invested in becoming a member of the Dream Home Creation Lab.”
4 COMMON Home Design Features that Are Bad Feng Shui + Infinity Pools
In the class 4 Expensive Home Decor Trends that Look Great but Are Bad Feng Shui I spoke about:
- Double height ceilings
- Open concept master bedrooms
- Open and exposed staircases
- Unframed glass or acrylic handrails and banisters
The class was lots of fun, but, except for high ceilings, the other 3 trends are only usually found in new, high end homes.
This follow up class discusses four home design features that are much more common in the homes of regular people.
The class also has the bonus that I had planned to teach at the end of the first class – Infinity Pools, and why you shouldn’t visualize these in a dream home where you can truly be happy.
In this new class, we explore:
- All white kitchens
- Excess of marble/granite
- When cars seem more important than people
- Excessively large bathrooms
- + Infinity pools
4 Common Home Design Features that Are Bad Feng Shui
“Being a part of the FengShui dream home creation lab has deepened and expanded my knowledge of FengShui interior design – it’s a holistic art form that everyone can learn . I would call it FengShui interior design… it’s a really fabulous program .”
Over $1,000 in Bonuses !
When you join the Dream Home Lab for $120 per month (join when you’re ready, stay as long as you want!), you get access to over $1000worth of bonus courses and classes, in addition to the program content.
💻 Room by Room Members-Only Website – $14.99/mo
💰 How to Create a Wealth Poster – $36
📝 The Procrastination List – The Task Eraser – $49.99
🏠 How to Apply the Bagua Map to a Floor Plan – $27
🏡 The Bagua Map on Your Floor Plan – $120
🎨 Feng Shui Correct Colors – $199
🪑 Feng Shui Correct Furniture – $99
🛀🏻 Feng Shui Correct Bathrooms – $199
🧺 Declutter 2 Free Your Soul – $99
👶🏻 Feng Shui Report on Children’s Bedrooms $29.99
💵 How to Manifest the Money to Pay for a Training or Professional Services $299
“Moni’s style is is gentle and very encouraging. She allows students to digest the information and do what is best for their own style, budget, and families’ needs.”
Victoria J. Taylor, Lic Ac,
Dream Home Lab Deals
You choose how to save:
- Save 10% the first month, then just $120 per month, or
- Get 4 months free when you join for the whole year
The first option is great if you just have one or two small projects that you want help with.
The second option is best if you are committed to creating a home that makes you proud.
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“Thank you for your continued support and guidance, I’m so glad I followed my gut and chose you as my Feng Shui teacher back when I started! All of the wonderful resources you provide keep me engaged with continued study and give me the confidence that if I come across something I don’t know that there’s a wealth of information I can refer back to find out. You are such a kind and wonderful teacher 😊.”
Join the Dream Home Lab, an exciting group online program to:
- learn all the aspects of Feng Shui Home Decor
- get feedback on the Feng Shui of your home
- have your home cleared energetically once per week
- be part of a community of like-minded people
Explore the Dream Home Lab page to see:
- Before and after photos and descriptions
- Testimonials from past and present participants in the Lab
- All that you get, including over $1000 in bonus courses and services
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2 – Use this coupon code during checkout to save 10% on your first month:
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“Moni’s approach to Feng Shui is just great! She took my wife and I through all the steps to harmonize our house. The experience was a lot of fun and the steps or cures where easy to implement. We could immediately see a lot of changes in our personal lives and a lot of movement for the best. I highly recommend working with Moni for any of your Feng Shui needs and/or training. She is dedicated, she loves what she does, and she is really good at it. She has also become a friend of my family. 5/5 Stars!”
I have an all white kitchen, but the backsplash is a dark beige. I have also added plants on the windowsill in terracotta coloured pots. Would I need to add any other decor items to have good Feng Shui in my kitchen?
You may need to add some small accents that bring in the fire element. Submit the photo for critiques next week in the Lab 😊