Feng Shui Meets Halloween?


Superstitions and Traditions that Surround Home Buying and Selling

REAL ESTATE WEEKLY by Holly Dutton October 30, 2015

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In a real estate market like New York City’s, buyers and sellers need all the luck, positive energy, and blessings they can get. Enter Judith Wendell – a Feng Shui expert and owner of Sacred Currents, a company that specializes in feng shui, space clearings, and creating vital and thriving environments.

Wendell started out with mostly small business owners and apartment dwellers, but she soon became popular among developers and commercial buildings. In 2012, when the Baccarat Hotel & Residences was just beginning to be built on West 53rd Street, the developers, Starwood Capital, had her bless the site, which had formerly been a beloved public library and then became a subject of controversy, developers wanted to bring good chi and energy to the space.

“In many cultures, there is always a ritual for honoring the land that is being disrupted, or what has gone on there in the past,” Wendell told Broker’s Weekly. “It’s recognizing that we’re not just bulldozing – there’s a connection to the Earth.”

Recently, a developer in Long Island City sought Wendell’s services for a site his company was working on, fearing that there might have been an old cemetery in the area, possibly an original Dutch burial ground. Wendell performed a “clearing” ceremony on the site, which involves “dousing,” a way of seeking out energy.

“When there is an energy, I focus on that particular area, be it a home or a site, and try to drill down a bit what the disturbance is about, and even if I don’t know that, I’ll do more clearing there,” she said.

In addition to Starwood, Wendell has worked with the Howard Hughes Corporation on sites in Hawaii and in the South Seaport. Feng Shui is the 5,000-year-old practice of balancing energy flow in a particular space – and for apartments and homes, that means placing objects in an arrangement that best promotes good energy flow through the space.

CNN Business Correspondent Maggie Lake, NY Real Estate

CNNCNN‘s Int’l Business correspondent Maggie Lake, asks feng shui expert Judith Wendell how Feng Shui is increasingly coming to play in NY real estate.

CNN Interview with Judith Wendell

Judith also appears in:

  • The New York Post
  • AM New York
  • Feng Shui for Modern Living
  • Spa Business
  • IN New York
  • Gotham
  • Fitness
  • Acupuncture Today
  • Glamour
  • Real Estate Weekly
  • Other Publications

Feng Shui & Money. Helen Kim with Judith Wendell.

Helen Kim. Feng Shui & Money

The feng shui influence on money

Money Relationship Mentor and Certified Financial Counselor, interviewed Judith Wendell on “Feng Shui & Money”, February 12, 2009.  Understanding the feng shui so that we can understand it’s effect on money.

Helen Kim

On this teleclass, Judith gives away some MONEY SECRETS that she has spoken about publicly before.

Peter Roth on Energy Stew Interviews Judith Wendell

Peter Roth in studio

Radio Interview on Energy Stew, PRN broadcasts of Energy Stew with Peter Roth.

Peter Roth of ‘Energy Soup’ interviews Judith Wendell and her colleague Rosalie Prinzivalli on the ‘Practical Applications of Feng Shui.’ Form the Progressive Radio Network.

Click below to hear the Energy Stew interviews:

Interview No. 1
Problem solving with Feng Shui
Tuesday, September 11, 2007 10:30 AM

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Feng Shui problem solving and the unique solutions suggested by masters Rosalie Prinzivalli and Judith Wendell. Visit Judith’s site Sacred Currents, Learn more about her and Feng Shui.

Interview No. 2
Tools of Feng Shui
Tuesday, May 15, 2007 1:00 PM

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with Rosalie Prinzivalli and Judith Wendell.

Interview No. 3
More about Feng Shui
Friday, April 27, 2007 1:00 PM

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with Rosalie Prinzivalli and Judith Wendell PRN broadcast of Energy Stew with Peter Roth

Interview No. 4
Living a Feng Shui life radio interview
Friday, December 11, 2009 11:40 AM

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Learn about Feng Shui “inside and out” in this Peter Roth “Energy Stew” interview with Rosalie Prinzivalli and Judith Wendell. This is the Chinese art/science of designing spaces to allow energy to move freely. The interview also focuses on living in the free movement of energy and the opportunities it provides. These two teachers/practitioners discuss life in a Feng Shui energy world.

Visit Peter Roth’s page for Judith on Energy Stew »