Feng shui for love, prosperity and good health

Jenny Blume - Feng shui for home's entrance

As a feng shui consultant, my goal is to create uplifting homes and workspaces. As cures and enhancements are implemented, and the five elements are harmonised, your health, wealth and relationships should all feel the positive effects. A home that that been properly ‘feng shuied’ feels warm and inviting, not only to you, but to everyone who enters. When needed, space clearings can lift the energy even higher.

Previous clients have benefited from unexpected job offers, better relationships with family and neighbours, improved health, more relaxed pets, surprise windfalls, long desired pregnancies, enhanced creativity and a fresh sense of energy and enthusiasm.

I work with clients via phone, email or in person, mainly in the Sydney, Byron Bay, Tweed and Gold Coast area.

Call 0411 631 940 or email jennyblume@iprimus.com.au to discuss your situation.

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Feng shui romance activators

Feng shui energies change from year to year, and from home to home, but for everyone, an inviting bedroom and attractive ‘south west’ sector will help to activate romantic energies. You’ll need a compass to find your ‘relationship sector’, or try Google maps.

  • If single, place bedside tables and lamps on both sides of your bed, and turn both on at least once a week.
  • Display a pair of Mandarin Ducks in your bedroom; when possible, opt for pairs of objects rather than single items.
  • Assess the artwork in your bedroom and remove anything that conjures up lonliness or sadness; limit family photos.
  • Place two rose quartz crystals – the stone of love – in the south west or by your bed.
  • Display peonies, either real, silk or depicted, to attract romance; these work especially well in the south west.
  • Declutter nearyour bed, and lift the vibe with low-key lighting and sensual essential oils like ylang ylang.

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Bedroom feng shui basics

As most of us spend a third of our lives in the bedroom, it’s worth getting it right. Why not start with these feng shui basics?

Ideally, your bed should be positioned diagonally from the door, against a solid wall. Placing beds directly under windows is not generally recommended, but if it’s unavoidable, be sure to draw the curtains or blind at night. Facing ensuite doors should also be avoided, as the watery energy may adversely affect your health (don’t forget to close the door as well).

When possible, bedside tables should be placed at the sides of your bed, as these help to anchor and protect the bed. If you’re looking for love, don’t just have one bedside table; place a table at either side, to ‘make space’ for someone else – even before they materialise.

Try not to position your bed directly under a beam; when running across your body they can affect your health (for example, across the stomach may bring digestive problems), while lengthways can cause rifts in relationships.

Feng shui looks at the total environment, so electromagnetic fields should be assessed (if possible, with a Gauss meter). Spending time in high fields can disturb sleep and play havoc with your health, so always turn off electric blankets, move chargers and modems, and check that you’re not sleeping near a meter box.

I always check for high electromagnetic fields when visiting clients, (for a space clearing or feng shui consultation), and find problems in roughly every six homes! Luckily, the solution is often as simple as shifting the bed.

Please email jennyblume@iprimus.com.au or call 0411 631940 if you’re interested in a consultation. Sweet dreams!

Gold Coast/Tweed workshop

Jenny Blume Gold Coast astrology & feng shui seminarAstrology & feng shui workshop

Understand your astrology chart and the moon’s cycles * Find out what Mars sign and ascendant you were born under * Use feng shui to improve health and energise your home * Learn about placement and colour * Free crystal pendulum and dowsing lesson

When: Sunday June 28, from 1.30-4.15pm
Where: Kirra Hill Cultural Centre, $65/$50con

To book a place call 0411631940 or
email jennyblume@iprimus.com.au

Jenny will be available for space clearings and feng shui consultations in the Byron/Gold Coast region from mid-June.

Lucky feng shui directions in 2015

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Why are some years luckier than others? One reason is that the feng shui energies shift from year to year. Until February 2016, the luckiest direction is north.

Energise your home’s northern sector

Use your home’s north-facing rooms more frequently, or if it’s practical, enter through a north-facing door. Add touches of red to your home or garden’s north, such as flowers, red-leaved plants and red pots.

Add red to your home’s south west

The south west is the second luckiest direction this year (after the north), so try to use this part of your home more and add bright pink or red flowers. Add shades of pink and red to the south west to energise your love life.

Keep the western part of your home quiet

To avoid bad luck in 2015, keep the western part of your home quiet this year, and delay renovations if possible. Metal objects, like coins and windchimes will help to harmonize the energy, so hang a bell on your front door if it faces west.

Feng shui consultations

Whether you’re buying, selling or simply need a lift, Jenny will provide you with recommendations that will support you health, wealth and relationships. Jenny combines feng shui, colour and design to create uplifting, feel-good homes and work spaces. Jenny will help you to: feng shui yellow flowers for selling homes* invite positive energy into your environment * lift the vibe and clear negative energy * check for high emfs with a Gauss meter * choose supportive colours and artwork * rearrange furniture to improve flow * find your colours and directions * activate your prosperity points 

Jenny works with clients via email or in person (mainly in the Sydney and Gold Coast regions); when possible it’s best to actually see and feel a home or office. Sometimes a major feng shui problem, like stagnant water or negative artwork, has become a blind spot, so Jenny helps clients to see their surroundings through fresh eyes. jenny blume - sydney feng shui, space clearing & astrology

What do Jenny’s feng shui consultations include? * Optimum room/furniture layouts for bedrooms and living areas * Professional advice on colours, styling and artwork * Best colours, sleep and study directions * In offices, best positions for staff, plus best meeting rooms * Advice on attracting prosperity, luck and people into your home High EMF check * Written report and action plan * Ongoing support * Gift with onsite consultations

Please email jennyblume@iprimus.com.au or phone 0411 631 940.

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