Feng Shui for Prosperity – Win the Book!

While feng shui may not result in that winning lottery ticket you dream of (then again, it just might!), it brings many other benefits by creating a more harmonious and balanced flow of chi through your home. Just as fresh air, clean water and natural foods support the physical health of our bodies, so does fresh, clean chi–the life force present in all things–support an energetically healthy home or workplace.

If the flow of chi in your space is blocked or weak you may feel tired, discouraged, and unable to focus on what steps to take next in order to increase your income or pay off your debts. Where chi flows too strongly you may feel out of control, overly emotional, or anxious much of the time. Your work life and finances may feel unstable as you struggle to “keep your head above water” through what may seem like an endless string of bad luck.

The objective of feng shui is to analyze the layout and decor of your home, diagnose problems, and prescribe appropriate solutions. Shape, color, texture, sound, light, imagery, and the arrangement of your furniture can all be used to adjust the energy of your home. The result is an attractive, safe, and nurturing space where you can live in comfort and more effectively and successfully pursue your goals for financial prosperity.

By Stephanie Roberts, author of Fast Feng Shui for Prosperity.

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William C
William C2 months ago

Thank you.

W. C
W. C2 months ago


Debbie S.
Past Member 4 years ago

Most of us could certainly use a little more prosperity in our lives

Aud Nordby
Aud nordby4 years ago


Helen Wu
Helen Wu4 years ago

Thank You :)

Tanya W.
Tanya W4 years ago

Thank you.

Danuta Watola
Danuta W4 years ago

Interesting article.

Stephanie Buck
Stephanie Buck5 years ago

thank you

Susan M.
Susan Boon5 years ago

This looks like it will be something that we can relate to, seems like a very practical way of looking at life, I see myself turning those pages and thouroughly enjoying improving my life. Thank you

Elena T.
Elena Poensgen5 years ago

Thank you :)