With every client, I emphasize two things:
(1) Feng Shui only works if you do.
(2) Feng Shui triggers opportunities – your role is to act upon them.
A common tendency is underestimating the power of a simple remedy or ritual, so it’s easy to dismiss the wisdom of Feng Shui before giving it a whole-hearted effort. Simple is rarely easy, and it is more powerful than its appearance.
Another common breakdown to watch out for? Gripping onto ideas of how your expectations “should” unfold When expectations aren’t met, it’s natural to feel disappointed. However, if we don’t keep it in check, disappointment becomes frustration; frustration morphs into doubt; and doubt disrupts the positive changes in motion. So, know this: sometimes, shui feels like a coincidence. Other times, things seem worse before they appear better. Most of the time, shui feels like magic is happening through a few mindful shifts in your surroundings. No matter its delivery, you can expect Feng Shui to work if you remain positive while staying neutral about how it happens. And in all my experience, what I know for sure is my clients feel genuine relief and gratitude for the way Feng Shui has changed their lives.