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The Ancient Art of Feng Shui

The ancient art of Feng Shui creates balance in the home or office.

With some additional insights you can create Feng Shui balance in your relationships as well.

A good relationship is about balance.

Balance of life, work, love, and happiness all contribute to a healthy relationship.

Applying the Feng Shui philosophy to your relationship will help you gain access to the inner peace and balance a quality relationship should foster.

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Feng Shui Kitchen and Dining

The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, it is said.

Kitchens are the heart of the home, creating balance in your heart and diet will help to balance your desires and develop healthier choices.

In Feng Shui, kitchens are the sign of wealth, and should neither be near the front door or the back door lest the good luck may escape. A wealthy relationship is a healthy relationship.

If you and your significant other have had a rough go of it, share a meal of healthy organic fruits and vegetables to promote healing.

Keep jewelry to a minimum, consider wearing yellow, and put fresh flowers on the table to enhance the healing powers of the meal.

Keep conversation light, yet direct; do not clutter your conversation with unnecessary information.

Feng Shui Bathroom

Bathrooms are serene and calming; great places to rejuvenate your relationship by creating an oasis with which to ease yourself into the real world.

Create an oasis in your relationship with scents, calming scene of water, and inviting nature into your relationship.

When there is a difficult topic to discuss, consider having that conversation out of doors, near a stream or fountain.

Remain calm and at peace with your inner self; enabling the negative energy flow away and positive energy flow in creating a cleansing effect on the relationship.

Lavender and Chamomile are great calming scents to wear when facing a serious conversation where tempers may flare.


Feng Shui Living Rooms

The perfect Feng Shui living room assures all seating can see the doors.

Additionally, chairs and couches are arranged in a circular or octagonal configuration; dark corners should be well lit with plants and bright clear colors.

Create harmony in your relationship living room by shedding light on all aspects of your personality; being an open book will develop trust and understanding.

Keeping your arrangement facing the doors will invite opportunity into the relationship; opportunity is how a relationship grows.

Never turn your back on growth.


Feng Shui Bedroom



The romantic Feng Shui bedroom invites love and tenderness.

Create a sense of sensuality in your relationship by dividing your time, and shutting the doors to the bedroom of your relationship to outside influences.

Eliminate television, close the blinds and ignore other distracting elements when romance is your goal.

Use candles and fresh spicy floral scents to invite sensuality.

Wear skin tones to invoke a sense of naked recklessness, showing your vulnerability and trust to let the relationship go where it chooses.


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Michael Schnippering is the founder of Feng Shui at Work. He is committed to the true art and science of Feng Shui. Over the years his Feng Shui practice has taken him to various parts of the United States, Germany, France, Spain, Colombia and Argentina.

Michael Schnippering – who has written posts on GeekandJock.

4 thoughts on “Feng Shui Your Life For A Better Relationship”
  1. What a great article on Feng Shui, Michael.
    I’ve read a few short books on it so far but still struggle a bit in getting the harmony right. Maybe I’m trying too hard or just don’t understand the mindset or technique properly.

    In your opinion, when you’re starting to get some proper Feng Shui balance in a room, should you internally start to feel something, inside you? That’s the impression I thought these books were trying to convey. Maybe I didn’t understand? lol

  2. I am decorating my house at the moment so this is a great article for me. I hadn’t really thought much about Feng Shui until now.

    I was mentally ticking things off as I was reading your article and will be putting some extra things in place like placing arrangements facing the door in the living room, introducing some soft scents into the bathrooms.

    I’ve also been umm-ing and ahh-ing about adding a water feature out the back (when we get to the landscaping phase) but I think I will go ahead and put one in, maybe in the alfresco area.

    Thanks for your tips :)

    1. Cool isn’t it Angel?
      I’d never had anything to do with Feng Shui before I got this Guest Post from Michael so it was an eye-opener for me. What’s more fascinating is since then, Pam and I have incorporating subtle Feng Shui changes in our environment.
      And you know what? You get this feeling of calm. Don’t ask me why. Maybe the design or placement but it really works and that’s what counts.
      I’ve got a few eBooks on Feng Shui now so light reading on the train :)

      Good luck with the decorating too – I’m following your blog due to the renovations too.

    2. I’m trying to do this myself, Angel.
      What has been your progress so far, if I might ask?
      I’m kind of struggling. Well, I think I’m struggling lol I’m not getting that Feng Shui ‘feeling’ if you know what I mean.

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