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Classical Feng Shui And The Energy Of Flowers

Posted on Jun 3, 2011 by in Blog | 2 comments

Blue Orchid With Friends In My Studio

I have consulted with various Feng shui practitioners ever since I moved to Atlanta 18 years ago.

There are many systems of Feng shui, and there are of course many practitioners here in the area, but the very best system I have found is classical Feng shui and the most accurate and profoundly effective practitioner is Rochel Parker of Feng Shui Atlanta.

Classical Feng shui uses compass directions. If you want to read more about it, the best books I have ever read on the subject are ebooks that you can purchase from Rising Dragon Feng Shui in London, England.

Last year, I did major renovations of my home and I purchased these books and did the compass readings myself. They confirmed beyond a shadow of a doubt everything that Rochel had been telling me since she first began working with me and my home in 2007.

If you have a consultation with a highly trained classical Feng shui expert, that person will tell you pretty much the same thing as another classical Feng shui expert because the information they give you is all based on mathematics.

I had Rochel come to my home again in February of this year and I have been working away since then.

I just completed a major renovation of my studio since Rochel was here and plan to put in new carpet in that area before the end of the year.

It is important for all of us to let go of old energy on a regular basis.

I feel there are only four problems EVER: blocks, congestion, resistance or interference.

Clutter is congested energy. Stacks of books, piles of paper, rotting furniture, dust – these are all signs that your chi is not flowing properly.

I feel that anyone who does energy work should be very attuned to maintaining vibrant energy in their work area because our environment is always the most powerful factor.

We all spend so much time thinking about how we eat, exercise, sleep and think, but frequently have not so much awareness about how the place we live and work is affecting us.

I personally love to fill my home and work area with fresh flowers. I grow orchids in my healing room and the rooms I live in are full of roses. I look through the windows at my gardens, which are abundant with blooms as each season permits.

A long time ago I decided that my idea of being rich was to have as many flowers as I want.

To fill your life with flowers is a simple way to uplift your soul.

2 Comments

  1. Dear Catherine,

    It’s been some time since you posted this. All this time we never knew you were saying nice things about us behind our back! It’s always an honor to be part of someone’s journey and it’s lovely to see how you’ve bloomed since. Rocketing all the way into the Amazon top sellers list! I have an Audible subscription so I will grab a copy of Banish the Blues NOW from there.

    Gong xi fa cai! May your successes continue to grow!

    • Dear Rising Dragon Feng Shui, During a momentous change in my life, I purchased the do-it-yourself Feng shui books on your great website. I took the compass directions myself and was amazed at what I could discover based on the information you taught. As this article attests, I am a raving fan of Feng shui and consult with Katherine Graham, Feng shui master, here in Atlanta. Recently I had this unexpected compliment. The termite guy came for the annual inspection. As he handed me the paperwork to sign the forms afterward, he said to me, “Your home has GREAT energy!” Indeed! Keep up the great work spreading the news about how we can improve our lives by balancing the 5 elements in our homes. Thanks so much for reading my books! You can find them on my Amazon Author Central page at https://www.amazon.com/Catherine-Carrigan/e/B000AQ4SGG/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1519686052&sr=8-1. Love and light, Catherine Carrigan

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