Feng Shui Resolution
I hope this board gives you insight as to how I use Classical Feng Shui to tap into surrounding energy for abundance and happiness.
watching the sunrise out my window you see what I saw while flying from S.E. Asia to Washington, D.C. recently. The view reminded me that everyday we have a chance to make a change and that change begins with ourselves! You can reach me at email@example.com if you would like to know more.
Pamila Faye of Feng Shui Resolution, is a Classical Feng Shui Consultant living in Washington, D.C. who is a specialist in Mastery Techniques regarding Feng Shui, Yi Jing, Qi Men Dun Jia, Destiny Analysis, Date Selection, and Xuan Kong Da Gua for the Washington, D.C. metro area, California, Chicago, and for clients Globally. www.fengshuiresol...
During Feng Shui Consults we place a compass template over your home or office floor plan to locate the energy in each sector at www.FengShuiResol...
Yin is the Moon and Yang is the sun, and we need both for balance on our planet Earth. Learn more about yin and yang at www.PamilaFayeFen...
"You will learn to cultivate this place inside of you, the center of your being, and through practice begin to trust its wisdom and know it as your own. It is the only part of you that can actually live, grow, and guide you. Once you experience this you will find real security and lasting peace, for you come home to yourself."-Leigh Probst
Yin and Yang
"So the question is, what stories do your shadow characters have to tell today, what secrets do they whisper? What parts of your soul long to be retrieved and integrated back into your life? Or as the psychoanalysist Carl Jung in his exploration and development of shadow asks each one of us; “Would you rather be whole or good?”-Leigh Pobst
Yin & Yang. Everything has an opposite.
But it seems to me to be an imperfection in things of beauty, and a weakness in man, if an explanation from the shallow-side has a destructive effect. The horror which we feel for Freudian interpretations is entirely due to our own barbaric or childish naivete, which believes that there can be heights without corresponding depths, and which blinds us to the really "final" truth that, when carried to extremes, opposites meet.-C.G Jung