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Feng Shui Tips for Autumn

fall_wallpaper_443dFeng Shui for autumn is all about a gentle transition from the active and fiery summer season to a slow, wet and inward moving time. There is a change in nature now. The new season, autumn is representing a passive period as it is opposite to the activity of the summer. The days are getting shorter, the sunlight is getting weaker. So this change in the energy requires a change in our lifestyle as well. 

Do you know how to accommodate yourself to the changes in nature? Do you know how to balance the autumn season?
The Chinese medicine tells us to pay attention especially to our diet and sleep now.

Read more: http://www.professionalfengshui.com/2015/09/feng-shui-tips-for-autumn/


Courses and Consultations by Master Kristina

Name Date Location
Your Character and Your Destiny Revealed by Body and Face Reading 7-8 October 2015 Windsor, Berkshire, UK
Creating Sacred Space and Clutter Clearing 24-25 October 2015 Windsor, Berkshire, UK
Feng Shui Consultations – Tentatively 27-28 October 2015  Budapest, Hungary
Heal Yourself – Self-healing group meeting – lecture and consultation 31 October 2015 Budapest, Hungary
Taoist Numerology for Auspicious Date Selection – Lucky Numbers for Your Future 13-14 November 2015 Windsor, Berkshire, UK


Featured Services:

Feng Shui Interior Design

 Your property will be measured using a selection of professional methods, including an evaluation of physical form and position in relation to its surroundings.

Chinese Horoscope Reading

Your best chances for partnership, business and career. The ancient Chinese wisdom is also used to calculate the best time to start a business, invest in property or start a family.

Feng Shui Garden & Landscape

“All of nature begins to whisper its secrets to us through its sounds.
Sounds that were previously incomprehensible to our soul now become the meaningful language of nature.”
Rudolf Steiner