Unleash your creativity with Feng Shui

Do you like to express yourself through your environment?

Feng Shui can be a springboard to exploring your creativity.

It can be a really fun way to express yourself. If you don’t consider yourself a creative person of have had a hard time expressing yourself through your environment, Feng Shui can be a tool to help you explore that.

Feng Shui is an intricate system that follows basic principles but it’s also an art.

The art is applying those principles to each unique situation. That’s where creativity and intuition come in. The client and practitioner work together to find the best solution. 

I like to encourage my clients to explore their own creativity and style and try to nudge them to find the cure that lights them up. Very often the best ‘Feng Shui cures’ come directly from my clients own inspiration and creativity and are totally unique to them and their space. 

Gina’s office is a great example.

My friend Gina Carling asked me to come for a Feng Shui consultation to help her set up her new real estate office at David Lyng in Scotts Valley, California. Gina’s been a top producing real estate agent for many years and she wanted to do all she could to her new office so that it would continue to support her good work in the world. 

This before photo is simply where the movers put everything when they brought it in. Gina decided to have me come as soon as she moved in for guidance about how to set things up. That’s always the best time to implement the Feng Shui!

Gina is extremely motivated and knows how to get things done, so as soon as I left she got right to work at setting up her office and put everything we talked about into place. She’s also a very creative person and was able to express her own creativity while following the principles we discussed. She came up with a number of beautiful and unique solutions following my recommendations for adjusting the Chi flow. And the after photo at the top is the amazing result!


What you can’t see is the deeper meaning behind the placement of just about everything in the office.

Feng Shui is also called the art of placement and it’s a way to arrange your environment to support your life on a much deeper level. Now Gina’s office is working for her, supporting her highest good as a real estate agent. If you’re looking to buy or sell your property in Santa Cruz County, I highly recommend that you contact Gina!

I hope this inspires you to think creatively as you work to adjust the chi flow in your environment.

Have fun letting your creativity soar!~Megan

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