Articles tagged: case study

Created on Monday, 19 April 2010 / Business and Wealth
Tags: case study, feng shui, business, wealth, health
[...]The north is dominantly strong for leadership and prosperity.  Whoever sits there tends to absorb the energies to become the leader of the business.  Consequently, Becky is the true leader ...

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Created on Monday, 12 April 2010 / Real Life Stories
Tags: case study, business, feng shui
[...]Although Theo is good at what he does, it is not the true passion of his life.  He is a musician at heart and wants to compose and create his own album.  Unfortunately, he hasn’t been able ...

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Created on Monday, 29 March 2010 / Real Life Stories
Tags: case study, feng shui, family, earth energies, grand view, meditation
[...]I intuited that the negative energies may be catching up with her and that this super woman is becoming weary...Darcy is becoming unfocused, so her usual multi-tasking is less efficient and starting ...

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Created on Monday, 22 March 2010 / Real Life Stories
Tags: case study, feng shui, family, earth energies
... (a building constructed or remodeled between 1984 and 2003).  The Grand 7th Cycle Chart and the annual Nine Star Chart indicate that the energies of this house can induce trouble - especially conflict ...

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Created on Wednesday, 10 March 2010 / Real Life Stories
Tags: feng shui, business, scholarship, case study, birth chart
[...]Two months later, Sally calls me and tells me that everything I told her would happen is coming true for her...Her whole life is changing right before her eyes.[...] Sally is a woman in her late ...

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Created on Monday, 21 December 2009 / Real Life Stories
Tags: feng shui, case study, love, wealth, business
[...]“Master Liu...All of my friends are married, have children, and own homes.  We all started from the same place and I work just as hard as they do, but I feel left behind.  I decided I needed ...

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Created on Monday, 26 October 2009 / Real Life Stories
Tags: case study, family, children, love, feng shui, birth chart
[...]I told [Mrs. A] that it was unlikely that she could have prevented her daughter from coming of age and falling in love, but that she could set up an environment that allows her daughter to have strong ...

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Created on Monday, 28 September 2009 / Children
Tags: children, feng shui, scholarship, case study, birth chart
[...]Using your child’s birth date and time, we can determine their birth chart, which provides guidance as to the fields of study your child’s innate personality is best suited for. Nurturing an interest ...

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Created on Monday, 27 July 2009 / Real Life Stories
Tags: case study, health, feng shui, cures
[...]When I entered the house, a wave of nausea ran through me. It smelled musty and moldy and it was hard for me to breathe. The discomfort was so strong that it was difficult to breathe. I explained ...

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Created on Monday, 06 July 2009 / Health and Wellness
Tags: feng shui, grand view, case study, bedroom, health
[...]The trees provide privacy, but they also block vital natural sunlight from coming into the rooms. A lack of natural sunlight lowers the immune system and living in darkness can cause depression and ...

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Created on Monday, 29 June 2009 / Real Life Stories
Tags: feng shui, tips, case study, earth energies
[...]Donna had also experienced many conflicts in her business and could not understand how her sister, who was in the same line of work as herself, was doing so much better.[...] A few years ago, ...

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Created on Monday, 16 March 2009 / Business and Wealth
Tags: case study, feng shui, business, wealth, chi art, meditation, cures, mantra charms
[...]Caren and Larry are honest business people who work extremely hard, but it seemed no matter how much money they earned, it never seemed to be enough. There was always some unexpected expense or problem ...

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Created on Monday, 23 February 2009 / Business and Wealth
Tags: business, wealth, case study, feng shui, chi art
[...]There are fifteen employees, and although Rich had already situated them into departments, he was open to relocating them so that they would be in their best directions and be the most productive.[...] ...

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