April 25, 2019

2019 Western Bagua Annual Feng Shui Updates

How to apply the annual 2019 feng shui updates with the Western bagua of your home or office I always suggest not to combine the two feng shui schools and not to apply the annual feng shui updates with the Western bagua unless you have enough strength of commitment, have been practicing feng shui for a… The post 2019 Western Bagua Annual Feng Shui Updates appeared first on Feng Shui Tips, Products and Services. Source link ...Read More
April 25, 2019

Holistic Spaces Podcast, Episode 061 – A Feng Shui Bagua Garden with Rose Garbien

April 24, 2019

How to keep crystal tortoise in home.

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April 24, 2019

What is the Best Placement of Plants for Good Feng Shui?

Here’s how to position your plants for good feng shui If you want to enjoy the vibrant energy of plants in your home, as well as be sure that they are contributing to good feng shui of your home, it is helpful to know about the best feng shui positioning of plants. You can decide… The post What is the Best Placement of Plants for Good Feng Shui? appeared first on Feng Shui Tips, Products and Services. Source link ...Read More
April 24, 2019
Feng Shui - Joyful Living

PODCAST EPISODE 25: Your Feng Shui Lucky Numbers


Numbers are an integral part of feng shui. Find out how to use your date of birth, personal feng shui numbers, and other numbers that are lucky in your day to day living.





April 23, 2019

PODCAST EPISODE 24: The Feng Shui Qualities and Protective Power of the Color Red

EPISODE 24:  The Feng Shui Qualities and Protective Power of the Color Red From antiquity to today, few colors have the power and influence that the color red has. In feng shui, red is the color of protection, good fortune, prosperity and success. LISTEN TO MORE EPISODES READ MORE ON THIS TOPIC   Source link ...Read More
April 23, 2019

Feng Shui 2014 – Improve Your Love & Relationship

Click here: Feng Shui 2014 the best lucky guide! Learn how to improve love and relationship using simple Feng Shui cures. Feng Shui can help you find a true love! Or improve your interpersonal relationships. All it takes is to utilize the Flying Star 1 which governs how you interact with people. In this video I will show you a simple Feng Shui cure for getting better luck in relationship in 2014 Year of Horse. Also included link to download Feng Shui 2014 FREE guidebook, learn how to do the best Feng Shui at home or office at NO COST! […]
April 23, 2019

Healing Properties of the Four Elements

As many of you know, in feng shui, we work with the Chinese five element theory. These elements include earth, fire, water, wood and metal. However, in other modalities, like Native American culture, Vedic or even Tibetan practices, there are many variations of the element system, sometimes including five elements and other times only four. In each of these approaches, the ultimate goal is to find balance with nature and the world around us, just like with feng shui! I often receive questions about the four elements, so this week we’ll connect these theories and view how to use feng […]
April 22, 2019

Removing All the Energetic Limitations From Your Life!

We are unlimited. It’s the most awesome thing to know that every awesome thing you can imagine is possible . With all that awesomeness… you might wonder as I did, daily and all through the day, “where is all this unlimited stuff?!” One of the reasons that possibilities can seem limited to what’s “realistic” in a reality that decreases what’s possibly by the day is that we can get attached, on an energetic level, to things and events and people in ways that reinforce limits. To be free… set yourself free! Free yourself of toxic ties. I know this may […]
April 22, 2019

More Feng Shui Tips and Cures for 2019

Continued from: 2019 Feng Shui Tips and Cures Let’s look into the rest of the feng shui bagua areas affected either positively or negatively by the annual stars in 2019. Be sure to read the first part of the annual 2019 updates, as well as the info on the lucky colors to wear in 2019. If… The post More Feng Shui Tips and Cures for 2019 appeared first on Feng Shui Tips, Products and Services. Source link ...Read More
April 21, 2019

The Feng Shui Trinity of Luck | 13 Ways to Improve Luck in Your Life

By Kathryn Weber There are many people who consider themselves lucky, and just as many who don’t. Luck may seem like it only happens to certain people, or those people born under a lucky star. Yet, others seem to have luck at their command. In the West, luck is often viewed as something you either have or don’t have, and the thinking is that if you don’t have luck, you’re not going to change that. But that’s not the Eastern view of luck. In Asia, and in particular, China, luck is viewed as a trinity. There are three parts to it […]
April 21, 2019

Feng Shui – Interior Decorating

– Feng Shui Made Easy Feng Shui is a Chinese term that means wind-water. It is a system designed to bring balance and harmony to the energy, called Chi, of space: a room, an office, a garden, or a home. Feng Shui principles are laid out according to the five elements: earth, metal, fire, water, and wood; and according to directions, or compass designations. Feng Shui-ing your space can become a very complex and expensive re-decorating and redesigning process, but here are some inexpensive and simple tips to Feng Shui your home, or other space: 1) The Directions: The first […]
April 21, 2019

Q&A Sunday: Home Gyms in Feng Shui

I was wondering if there were any feng shui recommendations for having a home gym or exercise equipment in my home. Does it matter which way my treadmill faces, or is the most important thing that I use it regularly? Liz K., Austin, TX Hi Liz! Thank you so much for submitting your question to the Holistic Spaces blog and for listening to the podcast. For those of you who don’t know, the podcast is back, so be sure to check it out! There aren’t any specific teachings that I’ve been transmitted about exercise equipment in regards to feng shui. […]
April 21, 2019

Top Feng Shui Questions in 2018 on Feng Shui Nexus

It’s been a little more than year since Uncle Dixer offered to answer questions about Feng Shui for free for Feng Shui Nexus readers. More than 100 questions have been answered this year, and I’ve handpicked some of the best ones to share with you here. 

One thing I want to make clear – I am NOT Uncle Dixer. He is an Australian Chinese Feng Shui expert that I work with under the condition that he remains anonymous. Read his bio to see why he chose to do so.

The answers I selected here are based on its popularity and how useful they are. After reading them, I hope you’ll have a new and better understanding of Feng Shui.


I’ve noticed that when people talk about “luck”, they would think that they’re talking about Feng Shui.

Yes, Feng Shui does bring you luck, but your luck is influenced by many other factors. The questions below distinguish Feng Shui from other studies that also involves luck.

Number 44 and Feng Shui

A reader asked Uncle Dixer for a Feng Shui cure because he’s moving into a house with the number 44.

The important concept here from Uncle Dixer is that “the number 44 is related to numerology and NOT Feng Shui.

In both Chinese Mandarin and Cantonese, the pronunciation of the number 4 is close to the sound of “death”. This is why the number 4 is considered an “unlucky” number.

Feng Shui is about gathering Qi. Having the number 4 (or multiple 4’s) on your door does NOT alter how your home gathers Qi.

Fixing Clashing Zodiac in Marriage

A reader asked Uncle Dixer about how to fix clashing zodiac in a marriage between a snake and a pig, and he provided some wise words on how to deal with this.

However, Uncle Dixer failed to mention that this question is related more to Bazi Astrology instead of Feng Shui.

Feng Shui is about the house and how the person can benefit from the way the house gathers Qi. It can help you improve marriage and relationships in general, but only in that context.

Further, if you’re into Bazi Astrology, you should NOT use the birth year to define a person. Doing so will only lead to confusion and errors because your birth year is only one-eighth of the story in Bazi Astrology.

(Bazi Astrology can tell you the compatibility between two persons, whether in love or for business. If you’re interested in a Bazi reading, let me know here.)

Auspicious Dates for Moving

One reader asked about initiating an auspicious date for home renovation, while others asked about auspicious ways to move into a house that’s still under renovation.

Auspicious dates for moving into a new house is an ancient and cultural practice. They come from the Ten Thousand Year calendar and is based on the Lunar calendar. The calendar also suggests many other auspicious and inauspicious dates for kitchen renovation, bed placement, marriage date, haircut, and disturbing soil (for those looking to build a house). That’s just to mention a few!

These practices are complimentary to Feng Shui, but not really part of Feng Shui studies.

Feng Shui of Second-Hand Items

A few readers are concerned about using second-hand items, such as a desk that’s been used by a corrupt government official and a bed used by a sick person.

Let me be clear – Feng Shui is NOT about trivial objects.

If you decide to use second-hand furniture that has an undesirable past, Uncle Dixer did provide you with actions you can do to help ease your mind. The actions are more of a ritual practice as opposed to Feng Shui cures and adjustments.


I believe many of you have the same issues and concerns as those who asked the questions below.

Bathroom in the Southeast

Many people have this concern because Southeast is correlated to Money in the Feng Shui Bagua.

However, there is nothing to worry about. The bathroom will NOT affect your wealth luck just because of it is situated at the Southeast area. Also, you will NOT be flushing money down the toilet if you have your toilet there.

It is important, however, to keep your bathroom clean. Here are more tips from Uncle Dixer on what to do if your Southeast corner has a bathroom.

Mirror Placement in Front Door Areas

I know, mirrors are mysterious and can be creepy sometimes. In Feng Shui, the Bagua Mirror is widely used as a Feng Shui cure for negative Qi.

In most cases, placing a mirror in the front door area is ok. However, it is NOT advised to have the mirror face the front door directly. It can startle those who are not paying attention when entering your home (or maybe even yourself when you’re tired). Here are the answers about mirror in the front door area by Uncle Dixer.

And for those who’d like to learn more about mirrors, here’s an article about Feng Shui mirror placement.

Bed Sharing Wall with Restroom

This is a common setting, especially for those of you who sleeps in a master bedroom.

This setup is NOT bad Feng Shui by default. It is only bad if you share a wall with the toilet because the flushing of the toilet and the water movement inside the pipes can disrupt your sleep.

If you have this setup, Uncle Dixer suggested that you use a solid headboard and keep the bed a little away from the wall.

Bed Under Window

I wrote a whole article about the Feng Shui of bed under window. However, the person who asked this question has a dilemma: he cannot put curtains to cover the window.

What Uncle Dixer suggested is to have a solid headboard that’s tall enough to cover your head while you are laying down. This should be able to block the light and wind from the window that can affect your sleep.

Life Lessons from Uncle Dixer Using Feng Shui Concepts

The answers below are not really related to Feng Shui. Instead, they are words of wisdom from Uncle Dixer that I’m really impressed with.

Prioritizing Finances

In this question, the reader wanted to expand her catering business but have a huge debt to be cleared.

Uncle Dixer provided some pointers to her about priority and urgency, similar to how Feng Shui is practiced. Here’s the link to his full answer.

Buying a House

A reader wanted to find a west-facing house because it’s her husband’s auspicious direction. However, she had difficulty finding one that the liked.

As a response, Uncle Dixer provided one of the most valuable tip here:

“The Feng Shui classics said it very clearly: be practically efficient first, THEN ritually correct.”

Here’s the link to his full answer.


If you have questions about Feng Shui or how they are applied, feel free to ask Uncle Dixer here. Also, if you have doubts on how other practitioners or “masters” practice Feng Shui, feel free to ask him too. He chose to remain anonymous so he doesn’t need to be politically correct!