Thursday, July 31, 2008


Key principles in the Chinese philosophy of Feng Shui have been used for over 6,000 years to balance and harmonize the flow of energy surrounding individuals, their homes and their workplaces.
Chinese honor the flow of that energy or Cosmic Breath of God called the Ch'i by using color to stimulate growth and placing objects in key positions to add power and strength to that specific area.
They believe that by balancing Chi fresh signals are released attracting the best possible good fortune from the Universe to improve their life's path and destiny, changing their luck forever.

Relationships and money energy changes occur, as well as a feeling of individual well-being for those that live or work within a properly Feng Shuied environment.

Feng Shui is the perfect complement to enhance your office or home for the very best success possible now and for the future. Pyramid Feng Shui addresses the needs of the individual(s) first and how they relate to their home or workplace, combining aesthetics, comfort and function to allow all the inhabitants to thrive within that space as they experience it. Pyramid Feng Shui is a tool to empower them to their highest level of potential, both personally and professionally. Feng Shui is the language through which we can insure health, happiness and empowerment.

Marriage, family and children; knowledge, career, wealth and fame; and travel and helpful people affecting the individual's life are all areas where changes occur dramatically. Feng Shui acts as a key unlocking doors that seemingly are blocked to our happiness and helping us achieve our goals, hopes and dreams.

Chi is also life's breath within each of us, the eternal spirit or soul, the psyche, the sum and substance of our very being.

Logically, anything that is part of our environment would have an influence upon our spirit.

The spirit is the driving force within each life. Honoring that spirit in ways that bring peace and harmony within and into our surrounding space makes good sense.

In recent years Feng Shui has become popular in the West and experts are called in to balance not only existing spaces, but future ones as well. Donald Trump is widely known to seek this wisdom before he builds a hotel or casino to achieve the best possible draw of Chi energy for his site's future business.

Many Fortune 500 companies and international money institutes (i.e.: Chase Asia, Citibank, Paine Webber), The American and the Asian Wall Street Journals consult Feng Shui practitioners to align their business Chi for the most prosperous opportunities.

Although Feng Shui is not a religion, spiritual blessings and prayers are offered to cleanse sacred space allowing success to intensify in all areas.

Alexandra Shaw has been studying the practice of Feng Shui for over eight years and her clients receive very positive results using the art of Feng Shui placement.

If you would like to change your life in ways you can't possibly imagine, that will positively influence your destiny, call today and make an appointment. It is my intention to be the vehicle of change to help you achieve all you wish for yourself, your loved ones and your future.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Find your lucky Kua number

Knowing your Kua number is one of the most important aspects in helping you
identify your best colors and directions. The directions and colors are different for
each person. There are four good locations and four bad locations for each person.
Once you know your Kua number everything else falls into place. Your Kua number
is part of the PaKua.
A PaKua is the compass instrument used since the ancient times to locate the
placement of things for health, harmony, and wealth. It is an eight-sided octagon
listing the eight trigrams from the I Ching and numbers from the magic square.

The I Ching is the most ancient book known to man. It is very much a part of
everything that is in the universe. It is the key to understanding the world and
everything in it. The I Ching has been translated into many languages and with the
passing of time and the different languages some of the true meaning has been lost.
Nevertheless it has survived. Later after you learn everything contained in this little
book you can start learning more about the I Ching. The correct pronunciation
is E Ching. I have written much about the I Ching in my book, “Change Your Life
With Feng Shui.”

The magic square is part of a mathematical formula developed to help us understand
the universe and the forces that affect one’s destiny. The magic square is said
to have first appeared about 4,000 years ago. It was seen as dots on the back of a
turtle as it emerged from the River Lo, and thus signifies the importance of turtle
The magic square is a grid consisting of nine numbers arranged so that each side
adds up to fifteen regardless of whether horizontal, vertical or diagonal rows are
used. The way the numbers are arranged in this square holds the key to your best

Locations are lucky or unlucky according to your special Kua number. There are
actually nine numbers in the eight-sided octagon, but since number five is the center,
men and women with that number are assigned a different number because of
five does not have a direction. Because five is an earth element and so are number
two and eight. The Eight Kua number is assigned to women who are fives and
men are assigned the Kua number two who are fives. The chart in the back of the
book shows you clearly which category Kua numbers you belong in.

This chart contains your Kua number. (If you were born early in the year, please
note that you may have to adjust your year of birth to determine your Kua number,
as your birth date may fall before Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year
begins at different times each year, always after the first New Moon in Aquarius
somewhere between January 21st and Feb. 19th).
As you get further into Feng Shui you will need to know which two groups you
belong in, West or East groups. When you begin to decorate your home with your
best colors and good directions you need this information. Listed below are the
two groups with their different directions, EAST or WEST.
The EAST group includes these Kua numbers:
3 East
4 Southeast
1 North
9 South
WEST group consists of these Kua numbers:
2 Southwest
6 Northwest
7 West
8 Northeast*

There are also five elements to consider: Metal, Wood, Fire Earth and Water. Each
Kua number and direction also has an element. You will also find your element
listed in the chart in the back of the book. It is a lot to remember at one time, but
try to remember your Kua number and keep track as you read this book, because
the information herein is specific to your Kua number, direction, group and element!