Today I am going to break the mold and give you a more general, useful tip that you can use in your home to create more abundance. Consider each to be a little reminder that you are open to flow and more prosperity!
TIP: Add something golden to the far left of the main entrance door to every room. And when I say golden, I mean golden. Glittering, shining and bespeaking prosperity!
Here are some ideas from my house:
In the far left of my living room, I have a huge brass and chrome Mid Century lamp that I keep on with low wattage constantly when I am home. In my bedroom, its a glittering pyrite stone. In my dining room, its gleaming gold vases.
AND: Also, you can add something golden to the far left corner of your whole house as determined from the main entrance door.
In the far left in the main left corner from the entrance door to my whole house, its a hunk of golden citrine. I may not be into the specific metaphysics of each crystal’s meaning, but the earth element, color and majesty…as well as natural energy… of these wonderful minerals and gems!
Of course, I encourage you to personalize this golden goodie! Ideas for you to get golden: gold leaf something lovely (its a fun project and very simple!), spray paint something shimmering gold, put a jewelry box that is golden in this area of your closet….
Simple but fun reminders that your home and your life should be prosperous and glittering!!!
My name is Dana Claudat and I am the feng shui mind behind The Tao of Dana. I am a Stanford-educated Art Historian, a certified Pyramid School Feng Shui consultant and an insatiable writer and designer. My original Tumblr blog, The Tao of Dana, started as an experiment to see if I could teach and share feng shui in a fresh, new way. Two years later, it is a cult-classic success, which led me to found this major portal of all my best lifestyle-enhancing goodies spanning the spectrum of life. This passion project has become my life’s mission; bringing balance, beauty, greater happiness and prosperity to the world is my dream. There is not a space in the world that couldn’t be improved in small or big ways; by changing spaces, lives also change in small and big ways.