Eileen Kennedy is a Classical Feng Shui specialist and interior design coach for entrepreneurs. Her design work has been featured in various national and international publications. Ms. Kennedy teaches ancient and contemporary strategies for transforming your indoor environment into one that’s advantageous for you. Through the use of BaZi, (Chinese Astrology) she works with her clients personally and helps them create a thriving environment that dovetails with who they are, the architecture and the cosmos.
In today’s interview, Eileen shares with us exactly how Feng Shui works, and how it can help bring you more health and abundance into your life. Having harmonious and effective Feng Shui in your working and living space can greatly impact the amount of clients and money you will attract to your business. She gives us some great real-life examples of how changing the Feng Shui in their homes dramatically impacted their finances and their health.
Change your Feng Shui, and you can change your life.
There are energies that exist around us that we just cannot see with our naked eye.
BEST (FENG SHUI) ADVICE:
Objects are powerful and they influence us in all sorts of ways; psychologically, emotionally…etc. They give us ideas and suggest things that we are not even aware of. Feng Shui is something bigger, though. It is about the “chi” (or energy) in yur space.
Be aware that the only way “chi” comes into your space is through the openings of your building.
I have an interest and respect for feng shui. I think that it is only logical that the arrangement of your furniture and your choice of colors will impact your life in some way. For example, how much energy does a lot of clutter drain out of a person? Eileen says in the interview that a wealthy person living in a million dollar luxury home most likely already has pretty good feng shui! It is the people who are struggling, the people who feel blocked and frustrated that need more positive energy and better Feng Shui in their lives. However, it is not a “cookie cutter” process where you can buy a book and figure it out. Much of Feng Shui is personal to you, and depends on your astrology. I think we all need to take a good look around us and observe how we arrange the space we live in. Is it really uplifting us and serving us? Or do you feel overwhelmed just looking at your mess and clutter? (Guilty!)
“House as Mirror of Self” , by Clare Cooper Marcus
“Feng Shui: A Practical Guide for Architects and Designers”, by Vincent Smith