Hope you enjoy the video! Nikki
Loving this video….I am so into Feng Shui too! Put plenty of bamboo
plants, small and large, maybe into azur or teal plant pots…. they are
very easy to maintain….besides, live plants bring life and serenity into
Thanks a million for sharing. You have such a positive effect…I
immediately got up and started cleaning once I watched your video.
looking forward to the womens site. Cant wait to see all that is said and
offered. Stay encouraged! Much love to you
A very peaceful office space…the only thing missing is a cup of Earl
I have the same book!! I swear we were friends in a past life! lol Great
Feng Shui is so cool! It really does work! Thanks for your video Nikki and
maybe some fall/Halloween videos on the way? 😉 I just can’t wait to get
rid of summer hehee
Thank you for the information. I will using these tips in my home office. I
download the audio book and signed up for the summit.
Just what I needed to drag my office out of the depressed mood. I have a
lot of work to do. Thanks! I should probably try succulents as well, sis.
According to some feng Shui’s cacti plants are not the choice of plants.
Question where is the summit going to be like the place or city
Love it all…I’ve been trying to implement it around the house, but I’m in
a shared space so…When I move I plan to use Feng shui…congrats on being
apart of the summit
I am a feng shui fan so this was good to see. I did an online course
(Lillian Too) a few years ago which I enjoyed, if any of your subs want to
learn more after reading the book you got us (cool!), that is another way
to learn. I also am not good with houseplants and can also recommend
succulents, I have had one for seven years now and not killed it, amazing
for me! also Christmas cactus are pretty indestructable I have had two for
two years. they are a bit drab in summer but a welcome bloom in winter. x
Nice video Nikki!! like always… we share something together …I’m not
very good with plants…but bamboo plants maybe will survive
Don’t know if I’m going to the wrong link, but it says that the book is
Loved the video and your office. It’s gorgeous. You did an amazing job with
it. I paused the video several times just to take it all in! I’d love to
know what color you used on the walls. I’m also going to try turning my
desk tomorrow 🙂 thx for the video.
Where is that chair from it’s amazing!
I have missed you and your videos. These are great tips.
These are good tips, but the colors should also align with where the office
is located in the home, according to a bagua map. If you google feng shui +
bagua, you will see how the home is divided into different areas (ie.
health, family, knowledge, career, prosperity, creativity, etc) Depending
where the home office is located in the house, certain colors and objects
will energize or neutralize the chi for that area. That doesn’t mean you
need to paint red walls if your office is located in fame/reputation area
for example (facing South) which is associated with fire and the color red,
but certain red items in the room would help activate that energy.
Nikki you are so inspiring, I just love your channel.
Greetings from South Africa.
Thanks for taking the time to make these videos. I have been enjoying
catching up on all your previous ones on both your channels.
I love this video and I’m signing up for TWS. ;)
Thanks for your video, Nikki, you touched on some excellent points. I read
up on Feng Shui for about ten years. I have not done very much in our
rented home, but you have inspired me. , to get going again. I am familiar
with the Pa Kua Charts, for specific family members and rooms, etc.
Oh, that corner, behind your desk is called a “poison arrow”, because it
breaks up the flow of Chi. So you will need a real plant there or a mirror.
Just saw this video, so thanks again, hugs, Val.
I have a problem keeping plants alive as well. Maybe I will try succulents
as well. I love plants but I kill them every time!
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