I’m curious… what do you think good Feng Shui means?
You may think you know what it is, but unless you really know what it is – how do you even know if you want it or if it can help you?
This week, I dealt with 2 clients and those experiences will give you a glimpse at what good Feng Shui can look like.
My week started with being interviewed by a client who is building a new house. He was worried I would be offended at being interviewed, but nothing could be further from the truth.
I see my role in working with clients as very personal. As a Feng Shui consultant, I work to support them to live in better spaces so that they can live better lives. It is often a long-term process and it’s a serious financial investment so I appreciate it when clients want to get to know me first.
The good news is, we got along very well and he feels that he has a clear path forward with Feng Shui. I’ll be working on design suggestions starting next week.
Yesterday, I met with a property developer on a beautiful 4 acres site just outside Vancouver.
He represents my favourite type of client. He wants to build homes to support people live better lives by incorporating sustainability and Feng Shui into the project.
He was smart – he met with me before he started the designs. I also educated him as part of this project on the importance of having his home and office looked at too. I told him, “If you want good energy, it has to start with analysing your own space and seeing if it supports you for your goals or not.”
With these 2 clients, teaching them about Feng Shui was key for them to work towards and achieve their goals.
And speaking of education, in between meeting with clients, I’ve been updating my Feng Shui Mastery Program.
I finished adding 200 new pages to my Advanced Feng Shui Practitioners manual including material I’ve never taught before that I learned on my latest trip to Malaysia.
I’ve edited and updated the 4 manuals of week one, created the manual for week 3, and next week will update the week 2 manual of astrology.
It’s been great to review, refresh, and include new material from my most recent Feng Shui study trips.
I only teach this class once a year – it’s a big investment of time and money for all who attend and I so honour that and am working hard to create the best class ever.
So, for me, I can easily say life in the Feng Shui fast lane is busy, full, and exciting.