One of the less talk about Feng Shui is Feng Shui of eating. It is actually one of the simplest way to enhanced your Feng Shui, albeit the effect doesn’t last really long, but doing it regularly should have at least about 5% to 10% increase in your good Feng Shui.
Feng Shui eating is simple, incorporate a lot of yang energy by putting in more color to your food. You do this by eating less meat and eating more vegetables and fruits. The key is to incorporate various yang colors. So, you don’t just eat green vegetables, but incorporate other colorful vegetables like red beans or red bell peppers, yellow bell peppers, carrots, purple lettuce or purple cabbage etc. The same goes with fruits, make it a “happy meal” of colors. And you know what, in the Feng Shui of food, it’s the sour fruit that brings in more chi. These are kiwis, lemon, or other citrus fruits.
Please note that Buddhists believe that eating meat and any other sentient being like oysters, fish, shrimps, etc., is actually a mortal sin. But in Feng Shui, meat and these meats from sentient beings are considered as Yin food or food with negative energies.
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Today, allow me to share a simple, natural, inexpensive, but very effective Feng Shui enhancer for small businesses. A lot of people have been requesting for the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA pendant, but not all can afford it, but one need not despair because there are a lot of inexpensive alternative like the one I’m recommending now.
If you have a small business and you are experiencing some problems with regards to generating income, simply put some red chili peppers, on your entrance, this will surely add spice to your business. About 7 pieces should be enough.
This cure is a ‘natural’ approach to Feng Shui and is not expensive. However, you have to make sure that you replace the chili peppers before they dry up. Leaving them dry on your door will create bad luck. Please note though that this cure works for small businesses only and not for big corporations.