Feng Shui Selling House Red Envelope – Feng Shui Your Studio

Feng Shui Selling House Red Envelope

If you live in a studio and think you can’t use Feng Shui Principles to create your own small sanctuary, think again. The idea of Feng Shui is to promote peace and harmony in your surroundings and to implement changes to a positive flow of energy. There are simple and inexpensive things you can do to help you achieve this, even in a studio. Feng Shui Selling House Red Envelope

I know many articles have been written about clutter, but particularly in small spaces, organizing is an absolute essential way to begin. You always need to clear out the old to allow room for the new but with limited space it is particularly important to keep clutter out. What exactly IS clutter? Simply defined, it is something you don’t need, use or love. It doesn’t mean to keep something in case you think you may have a use for it next year. And you’re not going to fall in love with something that you’re not particularly fond of now.

It’s time to let it go. You can donate it or try selling it. Clothes that you no longer wear or that don’t fit can make you a little money on ebay if you have the time. Or sending it to a specific cause such as the victims of Katrina can give you a wonderful feeling. Do it, you’ll feel better!

Now that your closets are clean take a look around your room. Is the furniture size appropriate for you space size? Are the pictures overwhelming on your walls? Generally speaking, in a small space less is better. Although a coffee table may be useful, removing it can open up your space a great deal.

A widely used Feng Shui Principle is to let the outside IN. Take advantage of any windows you have that would allow natural light in your space. If the view isn’t the best you’ve ever had, use a few sun catchers to still allow the light in but deflect the less then desirable scenery.

Check the Bagua to see where each area of your home has an association and then compliment that area. For example, standing at the front door, your left back side of your space is your “wealth” area. Enhance it with a plant, a money frog or a small Red Feng Shui Money Envelope which could be hidden behind a picture. Remember to put three like coins in it first. Always remember with Feng Shui that your intention is 90% of what you’d like to accomplish by making a change so keep that in mind always when changing anything.

The back right Center of your space is Fame. The meaning of Fame is how you are known to the world (as a mother, a student, an artist) but also how you would LIKE to be known. If possible we use something with the color red in this area (to “light” up your fame) and add your name (which in Feng Shui “puts it out to the Universe). Feng Shui Selling House Red Envelope

The back right side of your space is your relationship area. Pictures of two are highly recommended here. If you have significant other, grace this area with pictures of the two of you. If you’re looking for one, add a picture of yourself with a profile of someone you are looking for. We’re not talking looks here, on the back I would like you to list the qualities you are seeking in that special “someone.” This opens our lives not only to meeting someone new but also that we actually like and are in tune with.

Check the very center of your area as we relate this to health. Something here in the color green (a small floor mat or lush plant that is thriving) will help keep US healthy.
Needless to say, this area should always be kept especially clean!

Over to the front right side we find Helpful People. I love this area and think it is very much overlooked in Feng Shui. Here you can put simple things that loved ones have brought to you as a gift. When someone says “I was thinking of you and saw this”, you’ll know where it goes. By putting things that loved family and friends have given us in the past you will draw more helpful people into your life. Remember the law of Six Degrees of Separation!

The left front center indicates your knowledge area. It is a good place to store some books you plan to read again to put new ones that you have been meaning to get to. If you have a desk, it’s also a good place for it if it works with your layout.

And what to do for your doorway, the entrance to your lovely studio? Always “Welcome” people into your space, either with a mat or a wreath that uses the word. We always want to make people feel welcome before they even enter our space. This also represents Career. Think about your career, if you’re happy with it, would like to be promoted or if you’d like to look for something else altogether. Put a business card on the inside just above the door and if you’re seeking a promotion, something next to it that would indicate a higher rank, such as another title. If you’re looking for something else entirely, put something up there that reflects what it is you’re looking for, whether it’s working with a certain company or in a different field.

All of these changes should promote peace and enhance your lives with the Intention of what you’re looking to create with Feng Shui and are simple and inexpensive. So get a start on it and watch things change in a positive direction! Feng Shui Selling House Red Envelope

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Selling a House With Feng Shui and the Law of Attraction

If you believe in the law of attraction, you know that all thoughts and emotions must stay focused on the desired outcome, rather than the lack of that outcome. In this case, they need to focus on the house being sold rather than why it hasn’t sold yet. The real estate agent should be envisioning shaking hands with the clients after the closing, and perhaps even thinking about where and how he’ll spend the commission check.

The sellers should be getting ready to move – packing the things they don’t use every day, donating the things they’ll never use, and envisioning what they’re going to do after the house is sold.

One of the pre-listing tasks that most real estate agents will recommend is staging the house. They’ll tell the sellers that they can’t let the place look “lived in” right now – it needs to look like a “model home” so that buyers can imagine themselves living there.

Using Feng Shui goes hand in hand with staging, but takes it a step farther.

In Feng Shui, the focus is on placing objects and colors in the proper places to bring about a desired change. Each area of a house – or a room – represents a different quality of life. These include health, love, prosperity and wealth, fame, etc.

You may or may not believe that this can work, but by re-arranging the house and the rooms according to the teachings of Feng Shui, the homeowner can’t help but stay focused on the successful outcome. That is, after all, why he or she is going to this trouble! 

Contrary to what some believe, the objects don’t have to be Oriental in nature. Most homeowners can merely re-arrange objects they already own, although they might need to buy some small objects to achieve the color balance. Perhaps they’ll need a new set of towels, a throw pillow, or some artificial flowers.

One of my favorite instructional books on the subject is “The Western Guide to Feng Shui.” There are also books written expressly for real estate agents and their clients.

The second benefit is that by applying Feng Shui, a room comes into balance and achieves a “feeling” and a warmth that many professionally decorated rooms lack. This may be because each of the elements of  fire, water, earth, metal, and wood are represented in each room.

Whatever the reason, people entering a room that has “Been Feng Shuied” are relaxed and at ease. They don’t really want to leave – and that feeling alone can go a long way toward making the sale!

Marte Cliff is a Freelance Copywriter and former real estate broker who specializes in writing for real estate and related industries.

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