A Positive Living Space
by Alice Inoue
QUESTION OF THE WEEK: I’m wondering if there is any “scientific proof” for feng shui. It’s hard for me to believe it actually works.
Well, there’s a field of design called “neuro-
Your decor needs to “feed” you
Although feng shui promotes a clutter-
“Hugs” in the environment
In feng shui, we strive to create “hugs” by rounding out the corners of the room — angling furniture, placing a plant or positioning a lamp in the corners — making people in the room feel more nurtured. Neuro-
The power position
A main feng shui concept has to do with positioning. Situating yourself so that you can see all the activity in the room is considered a de-
Having your own space
In feng shui, the balance of privacy in a home is important, so be certain that everyone has his or her own inviolate “space.” Neuro-
It makes a difference
More scientific studies are “proving” that whether or not we are aware of it, our environment profoundly affects us. If feng shui hasn’t convinced you to make changes, maybe neuro-
Do you have a question for Alice? If so, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Alice Inoue is the founder and Chief Happiness Officer at Happiness U, a friendly educational establishment, where you’ll find inspiring classes geared toward personal growth and self development. www.YourHappinessU.com.
(Alice Inoue is a life guide that uses the modalities of feng shui, astrology and spirituality in her work. Her offerings include award-