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Oh, what a treat to finish the year with and YES – I’ve moved our couch since my interview with Grace Niu! Feng Shui is the subject this week and Grace is a true talent. Grace is one of the 9 Accredited Feng Shui Consultants in Australia by the Association of Feng Shui Consultants International (AFSC). She is a gifted Intuitive mentor, teacher, speaker, and business coach, who created the heart-centred business Feng Shui Serenity after following her own intuition away from a successful 15-year career in media to explore her life purpose. She practices Classical Feng Shui using traditional Compass School, Form School, and Flying Star School. In addition, she also practices San Yuan Yuan Gua Feng Shui, which has its lineage traced back to Tang Dynasty. Currently, only a handful people were taught and passed on this formula in Australia. She is passionate about practising authentic Feng Shui and only seek learnings from Masters who respect this ancient heritage. She has been formally trained by the Australian College of Environmental Studies (ACES).
The Questions I asked Grace:
- How deep does your relationship to Feng Shui go, Grace? Where did it all begin for you?
- Let’s talk about the history of Feng Shui: How did it begin and has it evolved over the past few 1000 years?
- Is it a science of the physical and energetic placement of things, or does it extend to being a philosophy?
- A lot of people have a vague understanding of furniture rearrangement – but it’s so much more than that, right? What is the potential of Feng Shui?
- How and where do we start – what are some of your favourite, easy transformations in thinking and physical rearranging of the space?
- Often when we hear “our home is an inner reflection of ourselves!” It’s a cause for panic. It often ISN’T how we want to reflect back to ourselves… Does this mean that we might actually be living life outside of our homes in a way that’s not true to ourselves too, not just IN the home?
- How do the principles of Yin and Yang and the Five Element to Feng Shui?
- What about the situation where we live with a family and, well, that whole family doesn’t necessarily have the same taste in furnishings, colour, or even perhaps how much one needs to ‘have’ in one’s home space – how do we navigate these situations?
- Feng Shui isn’t just about the inside of one’s house, office or apartment though, right? It’s also about the building itself: What are the best forms of buildings – what should we be looking out for when choosing various places to live or work?
- We can follow some tips online or do a course but when is it perhaps a good time to engage a Feng Shui consultant in life?
- if you could issue a challenge to listeners this week on how to create prosperity and serenity in their home space: What would it be?
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To know more about Grace Niu and her work: https://fengshuiserenity.com.au
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