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Flip the Script With Narrative Space Feng Shui

A Feng Shui consultation can help you better understand your physical and personal narrative and consciously make changes that will impact…


A Feng Shui consultation can help you better understand your physical and personal narrative and consciously make changes that will impact how your life is playing out. You can change your story by shifting the energetic narrative in your home or business. Clients usually reach out to me when there’s an area of their life that they want to change or improve. They are looking for a breakthrough. I help them flip the script!

Our homes and businesses provide more than just shelter, at their best they can be sacred space. The dwellings we inhabit take on our energy and ultimately reflect our physical narrative. That narrative is something a Feng Shui consultant can read and help you edit. I learn a lot about my clients by looking around their homes and businesses and even just checking out their art. I am there to help them edit and narrate their space from an energetic perspective. I’m looking at everything from Elemental Balance, Placement, Symbolism, Yin and Yang, and Chi/Energy. The biggest thing I focus on is the narrative and that’s why I called my Feng Shui consulting business Narrative Space http://narrativespacefengshui.com/.

Feng Shui goes above and beyond aesthetics or surface appearances. I once had a client who was a lovely actress with a nice well organized home and pretty décor, however she had some difficulties that I was able to interpret through the narrative her home expressed. There is something called the Bagua in Feng Shui and it is like a map or an energetic grid of 9 different life stations. One of the life stations is the Love Gua and there are areas of your home that represent your Love Gua so anything you have in those areas impacts your narrative in that area of your life. My client unfortunately had a Bar in her Love Gua. I pointed out to her that we might want to relocate the bar as it was inauspicious to have alcohol or any substance that distorts so prominently featured in her Love Gua. She had an “aha moment” and told me how her last 3 boyfriends had all been alcoholics and assured me she would move the bar! This is just one example of how placement and context are very important from a Feng Shui perspective. If say the bar was in her career gua and she was a wine dealer then it would work in that context… This one shift then changed her romantic narrative.

One of my clients had a Hypnosis Practice and I was helping her edit her office where she saw clients. The space lacked art in her fame and reputation gua; in fact this wall was barren and my client was struggling to build her business and clientele. I had her place her Certifications and Degrees in Hypnosis along her fame wall and edit the rest of her art in the office with her ideal narrative in mind. She later told me her business picked up by what she estimated to be a good 25% and she was able to maintain a steady stream of business moving forward. The changes basically raised her vibration and drew to her that which she aspired to because she had edited her space to reflect her expertise and success. Here was another example of projecting a positive message in the right context to yourself, your visitors and the universe. The physical and energetic messages you send have an impact so think about what you want to say!

From a Feng Shui perspective, it is always important to keep your personal and physical narrative in mind and take a look at the kind of art you have and where your art is placed. You can curate not only your art but your space from a symbolic and energetic perspective by using the Bagua. Think about who you are and how you want to live. I can help you edit your space in alignment with your intentions opening it up to it’s greatest potential. It’s amazing how even small edits can lead to big breakthroughs! What’s your story? Let’s flip the script. Edit your place with Narrative Space http://narrativespacefengshui.com/!

Originally published at medium.com

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