How to Feng Shui Your Love Life

Are you considering oysters for two or rose petals on the bed for Valentine’s Day? According to Traditional Chinese Medicine and the principles of feng shui, these tactic won’t improve your chances of getting, um, lucky.

Two NYC wellness experts are joining forces to explain why. Feng shui authority Judith Wendell and acupuncturist Jill Blakeway, the cofounder of the Yinova Center, are teaming up to host a free, special event:

How to Create Romance and Have Hotter Sex

on Monday, February 7, 2011

Blakeway, the author of Making Babies, is writing a second book about sex drive, an idea inspired by her patients. “Time and time again I hear that people are dissatisfied with their sex life,” she says. “They think they need more passion and, in an attempt to kindle a spark, they turn to porn or romantic gimmicks, often with disappointing results.”

So, what’s the key to sexual fulfillment? In Chinese Medicine, it comes from a deep physical, emotional and spiritual connection, says Blakeway. Not from chocolate body paint. And the ancient Taoist texts contain plenty of tips about deepening the bond with your partner, which Blakeway will be sharing at the event.Wendell, who’s the founder of Sacred Currents and a leader of integrative interior design, is concerned about the layout of your bedroom as a means to fostering what goes on in it. She’s not talking about crystals and fountains. Rather, Wendell wants you to be aware of the bagua(the feng shui blueprint) of your home and bedroom, and consider how this can affect your relationships and sex life.

bagua-2“Many New Yorkers have no idea what the elements of fire and water have to do with opening your heart, how an open communication corner can make you a more sensual partner, or where in your bedroom the kissing sector is located,” Wendell says. “Feng shui’s not a magic bullet, but it has created lovers, marriages, and babies in New York!”

Even the most unlucky in love might find their chances improving. It’s the Year of the Rabbit, and rabbits are one of the most sexual signs in the Chinese zodiac, says Wendell. “This should be a much better year for us all!” —Melisse Gelula

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Accessorizing with Feng Shui and the Five Elements

the-five-elements-diagramAccessorizing with Feng Shui

In this workshop you will go beyond Accessorizing or Decorating to go on and learn How Design Can Heal Your Life

American Yogini
Tuesday, July 18th, 2006

In this hands on workshop you’ll learn:

  1. Working with Color, Shape and Symbols – They all Make a Difference
  2. What is the meaning of Doors, Windows, Slants, Stairs, Beams, Corners, Columns
  3. A Mantra for Empowering your Intentions
  4. Discover your 4 Best Directions for Prosperity, Healing, Clarity and Harmony ~ which can help everything from your Kids Grades to your Sex Life

Bring your floor plans so you can go home and immediately apply what you learned!