Q: “i’m trying to encourage my husband to follow a few Feng Shui suggestions that will help enhance our wealth. are there any simple tips you recommend for a beginner?”
A: here are 5 suggestions that just might fancy his interest:
TIP ONE: a brass bell kept in the Wealth corner of the desk is a traditional Feng Shui adjustment. this is the far back left-hand corner when you are sitting at your desk. place this with the intention of “calling in” abundance. any money that comes in (checks, cash, *profitable* financial statements) can be put under the bell until you deposit / spend / file it. you don’t have to ring the bell for this to work, but do make sure you love the sound it makes.
TIP TWO: toilets create a vortex of swirling, draining moving water – so, keep toilet lids down to protect wealth. keep bathroom doors closed to counteract money leaving down the drain.
TIP THREE: “just in case” items suggest we don’t trust the flow of life. they also take up space and drain energy because they represent a constant concern of not having “enough” later. if anything in your space doesn’t have value / use to you, let it go.
TIP FOUR: purge and organize your wallet regularly. this shows respect for money in your life. one of my first mentors encouraged me to always keep a pinch of salt in mine, too. salt draws energy to it, and in your wallet, this translates into money being drawn to you.
TIP FIVE: anything that suggests struggle or is actually struggling (like plants) should be remedied (repaired, revived, or removed). any *visible* struggle keeps us stuck in it, so address those issues immediately. xo