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Feng Shui from A to Z by Janet Mitsui Brown

Feng Shui (and Download the ‘Happiness Chronicles’ Free 3/19 Only!) – Janet Mitsui Brown

Feng Shui (and Download the ‘Happiness Chronicles’ Free 3/19 Only!) – Janet Mitsui Brown

The T’ai Chi Cycle -- I often give presentations to groups – at the library, real estate agencies, retirement homes, seminars, networking groups – about feng shui – and at the introduction I always talk about the t’ai chi circle, the yin and yang circle that is the core of feng shui. I always tell my audiences that life is constantly in transition, as seen, for example, in the [...]

Feng Shui for the New Year – Janet Mitsui Brown

Feng Shui for the New Year – Janet Mitsui Brown

The solar Chinese New Year used in feng shui starts February 4, and the lunar Chinese New Year, the traditional Chinese New Year, begins January 31 this year – and both dates signify a new beginning. the year of the Wood Horse! The solar new year – traditionally February 4/5th, is the date used in Chinese astrology four pillars – Chinese fortune telling & compass school flying star [...]

Feng Shui and Balance – Janet Mitsui Brown

Feng Shui and Balance – Janet Mitsui Brown

The fall months of October and November kept me busy - The Joy of Feng Shui store had a sale the end of October, which proved to be a grand opening for the distinctive array of feng shui cures available to clients and friends. Then, as November began, I had a book reading at the Japanese American National Museum. I wrote the children’s book, Thanksgiving At Obaachans, and gave a presentation [...]

The Joy of Feng Shui – Janet Mitsui Brown

The Joy of Feng Shui – Janet Mitsui Brown

Joy is about balancing your home with the proper elements so you can enjoy the advantages of living with the environment. The vitality that accompanies a positive spirit raises chi – one’s energy level, and with trust in one’s mind and heart, good things happen. How do you know if you need a cure? Well, if something is missing in your life – the security of money, the companionship [...]

Autumn Feng Shui – Janet Mitsui Brown

Autumn Feng Shui – Janet Mitsui Brown

Here it is, October in full bloom – the Dodgers are in the playoffs (they might need a qi infusion though), football both college and pro are flourishing, and pro basketball teams are just starting to practice. The air is a little brisk, and summer is a season of the past. It’s time to look forward to Halloween, and the family traditions that follow in the months ahead. How are you [...]

Autumn and Feng Shui Prosperity – Janet Mitsui Brown

Autumn and Feng Shui Prosperity – Janet Mitsui Brown

Fall has always been a special time for me. When I was much younger, it was the time when the new school year started -- a few dress! new shoes! new school supplies!and new teachers – a nice clean slate. Fast forward, forward… my husband and I married, in the summer, but we had our reception in September, the commencement of the autumn solstice. Perfect weather – no wind, crisp air. The [...]

Feng Shui and Dowsing – Janet Mitsui Brown

Feng Shui and Dowsing – Janet Mitsui Brown

Dowsing is a divination art, taking us on a journey beyond our five senses, and it is one of the most ancient and particular art/science forms known to mankind. It is used to detect and cure energy pockets in our environment created by the Earth’s natural energy flow that are in conflict with our bodies and homes. Put in context, feng shui helps you to work with the energy of a template also [...]

Feng Shui for the Fall Equinox – Janet Mitsui Brown

Feng Shui for the Fall Equinox – Janet Mitsui Brown

Qi Infusion Feng Shui for the Fall Equinox-- (Note: Qi is pronounced “chee” and refers to “energy” in Feng Shui) Although I practice Classical feng shui, the feng shui school developed thousands of years ago, utilizing a lopan compass, yin/yang directions, and timing of construction, I also continue to study Black Hat Sect Tantric Feng Shui, with disciples from the Yun Lin Center. I [...]

Feng Shui Equinox – Janet Mitsui Brown

Feng Shui Equinox – Janet Mitsui Brown

Here is it post- Labor Day, and the end of summer is in sight, although here in Los Angeles, it will be extended for many weeks. But the transition to fall will occur and the yang to yin cycle continues. It has been a fruitful summer – a big transition with my daughter moving from NYC to Vietnam in a matter of weeks, and it was a major shift for me, helping her to relocate, finding [...]

Feng Shui Summer Lemonade – Janet Mitsui Brown

Feng Shui Summer Lemonade – Janet Mitsui Brown

 As a mother, wife, person, & feng shui consultant, I’m available to give guidance based on my experience and knowledge.    It’s an honor to be asked, and I make every effort to listen to the challenges and issues facing people before I give assistance.   One of the most compelling challenges to address is knowing that life can be pretty unfair at times – that is, you [...]

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