Are You Feng Shui Curious?
When you think of “Feng Shui” what comes to mind? You might think of it as a mysterious, and ancient art form practiced in a far-away land. Or as a sophisticated method of organizing your home, your life, and your space, that takes years to learn and decades to master.
But you don’t have to be an expert to start using Feng Shui in your own life. In fact, the magic and insights involved in Feng Shui are more accessible than you might think.
In her new book, Creating Change: 27 Feng Shui Design Projects to Boost the Energy in Your Home, Laura Morris unites modern interior design with ancient Feng Shui principles to create an easy-to-use handbook for bringing more energy into your home and life.
Good Feng Shui is Good Design
When many people begin the process of bringing Feng Shui principles into their home or space, they often struggle with what should take precedence: aesthetics or good Feng Shui. But the reality is that using Feng Shui doesn’t mean compromising on interior design.
Good Feng Shui should be good design, and in Creating Change, Laura will show you how to make your space beautiful and inviting, both visually and energetically.
Learn by Doing
The goal of Creating Change is to introduce you to the basics of Feng Shui by helping you apply them immediately to your home, property, and life. The book is broken up into 27 easy-to-implement design project that will help you to balance the energy in your home, including:
- Resetting the scent of your home
- Planting an indoor energy boosting mini-garden
- Set your dining table for health
- Creating a wealth corner vignette
- Using a bowl of lemons, apples or pomegranates to enliven a stagnant space
- Dressing up your bathroom
- Styling your bookcase
- Using potted plants to improve the flow of your space
- Balancing your kitchen
As you work on each of these projects, you’ll internalize the foundational principles of Feng Shui and start to see them at work everywhere in your life.
A Masterful Guide
Laura Morris is a certified Feng Shui consultant, artist, and designer. Through her articles, workshops, videos, TV appearances and consultations, Laura has guided thousands of people to shift their ch’i and revitalize their living spaces, increasing both energy flow and harmony. She believes that by combining mindfulness, Feng Shui and creativity you can transform both your space and your own personal energy. Laura practices Black Sect Tantric Buddhist Feng Shui in the lineage of Grandmaster Professor Lin Yun, a practice that not only focuses on transforming a space physically, but also emphasizes the importance of meditation, mindfulness and wisdom.