Feng Shui

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A private Feng Shui consultation starts with a deep evaluation of your life's coordinates now and what path you are desiring to go down. We will talk about what's already working, what's not, what has stopped you from getting what you want in the past and about anything you want to call in more of or improve. This initial step is crucial to understanding what Feng Shui elements are needing to be implemented.

Once we have a clear goal, there will be a walk through with specific suggestions for each area that is of importance. In-person sessions benefit from some instant change like moving small furniture, switching up decor or elimination of items.

The session ends with a sage+mantra blessing performed in ancient Sanskrit to elevate the energetic components and secure the new intentions for the space.

Every session includes a 20-minute follow-up call to discuss how this new shift has affected you, to see if any other adjustments need to be made and generally set you up with how to maintain your space so it continues to support you.

We will spend around 3 hours together making sure we cover all bases so your space can feel and look magical! 

Feng Shui can be implemented anywhere organizing can: home, office, car, events, computer, phone and mind!

Investment: $333

       

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Sessions can be done virtually or in-person.                          


What is Feng Shui?

One thing it is NOT is a religion. You can believe in whatever higher power you want and still believe in Feng Shui. My definition is "the cultivation of balance, harmony and flow within a space." Google's definition is

/ˈfəNG ˈSHwē/
Noun
(in Chinese thought) A system of laws considered to govern spatial arrangement and orientation in relation to the flow of energy (qi),...
Tibetan Black Hat or Sect Feng Shui was practiced first over 4000 years ago by monks, and the power of this Feng Shui school is equally as great as the traditional kind. This philosophy ensures there is always a way to help your situation while only using what you have or want and never deals with absolute direction or rules. It was made popular in the west by Grand Master Thomas Lin Yun during the 70s and 80s, due to it's simplicity and accessibility to individuals. Michelle's Feng Shui teacher was trained by a student of Lin Yun. This type of Feng Shui uses the Bagua, or map, and places it over a blueprint of a space, with your entryway as the anchor.