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We just completed the Feng Shui consultation for the new headquarter of Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf in Los Angeles. The buildings will begin construction soon. It is going to be really good for business and for the employees as well! I’ll let you know when it opens so you can visit their tasting room on the ground floor.
It is not uncommon in my profession to have people come up to me and say, “I have a ghost in my house. How do I get rid of it?“
After talking a bit more in depth, I often discover that the person has come to the conclusion that the house must have a ghost because things have gone down the drain ever since having moved in. “I moved here from Las Vegas because I was offered this wonderful job and a week after moving in, I lost it,” one client told me and, “My husband and I moved in here and shortly after began having relationship problems until eventually we separated and later got a divorce” another said.
More often than not these kinds of scenarios are very clear examples of houses with bad Feng Shui. A beginner may not be able to discern the difference between bad Feng Shui and ghosts. Let me give you some examples:
The Feng Shui discipline is full of strange and complex names, but only a few stand out as much as the highly coveted “Feng Shui Money Door Entrance.”
Contrary to popular belief, in Feng Shui not every front door is a Money Door, nor can you turn any door into a Money Door.
It is a rare and wonderful occurrence that favors some buildings and not others. Only about 10% of buildings have a natural Money Door—meaning that without even knowing Feng Shui, the architect randomly hits it right when he or she designs it. Of course, if you are designing a building from scratch with a properly trained Feng Shui Master he or she can recommend where a Money Door should be opened intentionally (without leaving it to just “chance”).
We just completed the Feng Shui Consultation for the Iconic Bank of America in Chinatown Los Angeles with Gensler Architects.
The renovation is part of a larger city wide BofA banks renovation and the banks officers at this location wanted to make sure the upgrade wasn’t messing up the Qi.