Living Room Interior

"Your home should be a sanc­tuary that supports your whole exis­tence."

~Jenny Liu,
Feng Shui Master

Creating Your Sanctuary

When you feng shui your home, you discover how it impacts specific areas of your health, family relationships, career, and income, and if there are negative elements that can bring money loss, conflicts, legal issues, or injury. We have four generations of experience in analyzing many types of residential feng shui:

  • House
  • Duplex
  • Condominium
  • Townhouse
  • Apartment
  • Studio
  • Single Room/ Dormitory

5 Top Reasons to Feng Shui Your Home:

  1. Your home is your foundation and greatly impacts your growth in life.
  2. You spend about 50% of your life in your house depending on your lifestyle.
  3. Your home is where you nourish and recharge yourself.
  4. The most vital relationships start at home.
  5. Owning a home is one of life's major milestones.

As feng shui masters, our goal is to teach our clients that everything is connected and that your house is an extension of you. Your body is the temple of your spirit, and your home is the ground on which this temple resides. Once you see this clearly, it becomes easy to understand why there are so many layers to feng shui practice and different levels of adjustments. We want to teach our clients how to make mindful selections as they adjust their feng shui. It is important to create a collection of high quality and meaningful items to fill your space. There are four levels of feng shui adjustments and each one modifies energy in a different way.

The first level is physical. Feng shui can be adjusted through all the things we are able to see and touch in our environment. From the walls, ceilings, floors, doors, windows, furniture, plants, rugs, paintings, statues and so forth. These occupy what is known as the “positive” space in architecture and can be changed with relative ease. Simply put, physical changes make a great impact on the physical level.

The second level is energetic. When feng shui is adjusted energetically, we are dealing with what is known as “negative” space in architecture. This is the “empty” space between all physical objects. Occupying this seemingly empty space is invisible energy or “chi.” Chi can be effectively changed by physical items. In some cases, chi becomes stagnant energy. When, for example, sad or tragic events occur inside a house, it leaves traces of disruptive energy which may actually harm the lives of future occupants. Unhealthy chi is released through energetic work such as properly performing a clearing ceremony or placing mantra charms during a blessing ceremony.

The third level of feng shui adjustments is aesthetic. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and what we deem beautiful generally has a positive effect on us. Although we each have our own style or sense of aesthetics, there are guiding principles in feng shui that help us select the things that embody positive meaning and auspicious symbolism.

Finally, the fourth level is functional. Feng shui is effective when it fulfills its purpose. A space should be adjusted in ways that enhance the productivity of everyone in it. Items should be selected and placed accordingly so that they are both aesthetically pleasing and logically arranged.

Feng Shui Consultation Fees

  • Per Square Foot Rate$1.00 with a $1,000 minimum
  • Travel Fee $100 per hour each way
    No Travel Fee within 15 mile
    radius of San Marino, CA
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