Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Feng Shui For Your Office


Office Feng Shui is renowned throughout the Orient and many a Feng Shui battle has been fought over one office building or another. The most important question in order to start is to think about what type of business you are running and how to incorporate Feng Shui tips. Feng Shui can lead to finding prosperity.

Let’s say you are not “The Donald” with all the choices he has, but rather you have decide to keep an office in your home. The key here is that your office is a sacred space for generating support, so be sure that it is private and tidy. Organization is a fundamental Feng Shui principle. Most office space at home is generally small so being organized is the key! There has to be a flow that allows you to move in and out of the space without barriers. 

One Feng Shui secretno difficulties in your office space will translate to no difficulties in your work. The office needs to have a sense of calmness and peacefulness so you can think. You want to perform your work creatively, having a flow will lend to that environment being productive. If you are living with roommates or family members, this office space is off limits. It is a designated work area and it is important to keep it that way as to avoid problems. Harmony is a key to Feng Shui living.

If your office is outside the home, ask yourself what you want to achieve in this space in order to use Feng Shui tips. Office Feng Shui can apply to any type of business. For a doctor’s office, you want the office to be on the ground floor so patients will have no problem getting in and out quickly and safely. Business offices, on the other hand, take a different tone. Yes, it is serious, but it needs to be friendly and warm to encourage those that visit.

Law offices may have leather and large book cases giving the statement of authority and protection. Business offices in the Orient are filled with great art and design to give the feelings of affluence and abundance. Someone entering an office that is more of a warehouse is not going to feel the prosperity of the business. That is generally not a place to meet clients.

The main idea of office Feng Shui is to create comfort and security. The more secure your employees feel, the harder they will work to keep such a great job. Of course, one has to look at the offices of Bill Gates’ employees to see how well Feng Shui works to generate creativity, nurturing, and prosperity. So find your office space, make it your own, allow it to be organized, and keep it personal, because it is all about you and the work you are creating.

Friday, July 8, 2011

How To Attract A Rich Man

How To Attract A Rich Man With Feng Shui

To all you single ladies if you looking to attract a rich man place a statue of the  Greek Goddess Astarte in your bedroom. This will also help you in the area of sex. You will be become irresistible in the bedroom.

If you can not find a statue of Astarte, you can substitute it with a picture of Astarte or a picture of Aphrodite.

If you are currently in a relationship or married and you want to reconnect with your mate, having this statue will improve your sexual relationship.  You will find that he will only have eyes for you!

Astarte ( "Astártē") connected with fertilitysexuality, and war. Her symbols were the lion, the horse, the sphinx, the dove, and star within a circle indicating the planet Venus. Pictorial representations often show her naked.

Aphrodite is the other name for the Goddess Astarte

Thursday, July 7, 2011


What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is a form of therapy that promotes natural healing of the body. The science and art of acupuncture involves insertion of needles into specific points along the meridians of the body. Acupuncture forms a branch of Traditional Chinese Medicine, which originated in China over 5000 years ago. Currently, acupuncture is a safe and effective natural therapy and an increasingly popular form of healthcare that is used by a wide range of cultural and social backgrounds.
The major benefits of Acupuncture are as follows:
  • * Drug-free pain relief
  • * Assists prevention against disease
  • * Treats the cause as well as the symptoms
  • * Holistic approach to illness, linking body, mind and emotions
  • * Effectively treats many common ailments
How does acupuncture work?
Many people who have experienced the therapeutic effects of Acupuncture will vow that it truly does work. The common yet difficult question that follows on from this is, “How does Acupuncture Work?”
It is important to note there are two important explanations to this question, which must be considered. These are the Traditional Chinese Medicine Explanation and the Western Scientific Explanation.

Acupuncture Points

Acupuncture points were believed to be holes that allow entry intoacupuncture meridians or channels in which qi and blood flow. There are over 2000 acupuncture points on the human body that connect with the meridians.  By stimulating these Acupuncture Points the body’s vital substances, qi (energy) & blood can be normalised by redirecting, increasing, or decreasing the flow of qi, thus correcting many of the body’s imbalances.
Acupuncture points can usually be felt in the body tissues as areas of depression or hardness and are usually associated with tenderness.  These points are mostly located along the acupuncture meridians and have been mapped out on Acupuncture Charts thousands of years ago by the founders of Acupuncture, the ancient Chinese.

Acupuncture Meridians
Acupuncture Meridians are the pathways along which the qi flows and have been shown through modern technological methods to exist and possess bioelectric function similar to peripheral nerves but along their own separate pathways. There are 12 main meridians and 8 secondary meridians that travel up, down and around our bodies.  The 12 main meridians are referred to as follows:

Lung, Large Intestine, Stomach, Spleen, Heart, Small Intestine, Bladder, Kidney, Pericardium, Triple Heater, Gall Bladder and Liver.
They are named after the organs or systems that according to TCM they are thought to influence. In TCM there is believed to be a cyclical flow of qi from one meridian to the next every two hours.

Acupuncture Benefits

Acupuncture also feels good, elevates a persons mood, releases endorphins (the human body’s natural pain relievers), energizing, calming, and relaxing. Each pressure point and channel is activated for different reasons, and each organ and all physical parts have their own pressure points. For example, acupressure points around the liver are used for treating regressed depression and grief, points around the liver to treat regressed anger, and points around the heart unblock the absence of happiness. Acupuncture alternative medicine has been successfully working to treat health problems for thousands of years, and it has only progressed in recent years to meet a persons entire needs of healing.