She Stopped Moving Things Around All the Time

 Moni, thank you for all your help on this journey we are in together! I wouldn’t have wanted to do it with anyone else but you!!! 🧡 Rebecca Rosemergey Rebecca has always been sensitive to the energy in spaces. Before she found Moni and Feng Shui for Us, she constantly rearranged…

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Ancestors in Feng Shui

The significance of ancestors in Feng Shui Feng Shui originated in ancient China, where honoring ancestors is very important. It makes sense that ancestors are part of the Feng Shui Nine Life Areas. Ancestors are part of life area 3, Health, Family and Community. This life area works with the…

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Manners. Yes or no?

Some time ago a woman watched passively as her kid whacked one of my boys with –fortunately– a foam yoga block on the forehead. The act was so violent that if her boy had been holding something harder in his hand when he had this explosion of temper, my boy…

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The Feng Shui Quartet for Health

In Feng Shui there are nine life areas (or life aspirations) that are mapped on the floor plan of a home. One of those life areas is called Health, Family and Community, and it is symbolically associated with herbs. This area is ruled by the wood element, which is a…

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The Feng Shui Nine Life Areas Work in Pairs

Eight of the Feng Shui Nine Life Areas work in pairs: career + fame love + wisdom health + fun wealth + spirituality You can’t improve one life area without looking at what’s going on with its pair. Watch the video to learn more.

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The Nine Life Areas and the Phases of the Moon

Each of the nine life areas in Feng Shui resonates with a type of energy. That type of energy is matched to the cycles of nature that have the most affinity with the life area. This includes the seasons, the times of the day, and the phases of the moon.…

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12 Problems You Can Solve with Feng Shui

What is your problem? In the English language you often hear people ask “What is your problem?” as a way to escalate conflict. In the Spanish language, when someone asks you “Cuál es tu problema?” (“What is your problem?”)  they are actually offering to help you, in good faith. Please…

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The Life Areas That Americans Care About

If you are familiar with the Feng Shui Bagua Map, you know that there are Nine Life Areas. The Life Areas That Americans Care About For most Americans interested in Feng Shui, there seem to be only 3 life areas: They Don’t Usually Ask About Other Life Areas Seriously, I…

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This Thanksgiving, Put Gratitude at the Center of Your Life

Gratitude is at the center of Feng Shui. This is not a metaphor. Literally, the life area in the middle of the bagua map is the Center of Good Fortune and Gratitude. What to Do in the Center of Good Fortune and Gratitude This area should ideally be empty, to…

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How Many “Legs” Does Your Life Have?

Imagine you had a round table with only one support leg in the middle. Your table might not be very stable. If something bad happened to that one leg, your table would collapse. But if your table had 4 legs, like they usually do, it would be more stable. If…

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