I took a class in Feng Shui back in 1992. I remember because I was writing and recording songs at the time and I remember sitting in class and getting an idea and writing the lyrics on the back of one of our worksheets. 14 years ago Feng Shui was a foreign concept – and now it’s totally a part of our vernacular. Feng Shui literally means wind and water. It is the ancient Chinese science of placement, of working with the energies in your environment to make them conducive to your living space. With Feng Shui in place you feel more comfortable, and things come more easily to you. When I do Dosha Design on homes, I implement Feng Shui, Vastu, (the Indian science upon which Feng Shui is based) and interior design. I have written an e-book about Feng Shui called “Feng Shui Every Day” – it’s really simple, and it shows you all kinds of things you can do on your own, in your home, to bring more love, health, and prosperity into your environment. You don’t need any special tools, either. You can get red ribbon at any crafts store. You can move furniture around and de-clutter without spending any money. This book makes Feng Shui simple. And isn’t that how we all want life to be?
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