How Feng Shui Can Affect Your Career

Fernando Fernan-Gomez better known as Fernando Fernan was a famous Spanish actor, singer, screenwriter, and film director. He was born in Peru, where his father, Spanish Nationalist, was also making a tour in Latin America during his childhood. Fernan was one of six children of Fernan and his wife, Carolina Maras. His earliest memory of his father is of his not-so-worthy mother putting clothes on him when he was young. His early years spent with his mother and his grandmother made him grow up knowing how to appreciate life despite his parents’ political stance.

 

He did go through a lot of hardships during his early years. He had a mother who was very ill and would not allow him to attend school. As a result, he was always at her side trying to get a place on his own. After that, he experienced two separations from his parents, which made him feel like they were not supporting him. He therefore resolved to leave home at 18 so that he could support his mother and give her a chance to be a full time mother herself.

 

Unfortunately for him, his father decided to relocate to another part of Peru, bringing with him his philosophy of living a simple life. Despite this setback, Fernan-Gomez continued studying and mastering various aspects of Feng Shui. He became a well-known figure in Peru, writing a number of best-selling novels.

 

As life moved on, he found himself moving back to Spain and eventually landing in the Costa del Sol in southern Spain. Here, he lived for a few years and worked on his novel. This was not the case however when his life was touched by a serious car accident on the freeway. He broke both of his legs and had to undergo surgery which caused him much discomfort.

 

His story is an inspiring one. One must learn to forgive others who have wronged them. This includes those that have hurt us. When life gives us obstacles, we can’t help but try to resist them. However, if we can learn to face our fears, we will be much stronger and can move on.

 

Through his studies, Fernan-Gomez came to the conclusion that he was stuck in a negative energy area known as the Yellow River. To cleanse this area, he installed Water Fountains in his home. He found that whenever he focused his mind and attention on these water features, he felt much healthier, happier and more at peace. In turn, his creativity and productivity increased. Later, he discovered that by placing the Water Fountains in certain areas of his home he was able to remove the stress and frustration of everyday life.

 

As you can see from Fernan-Gomez’s story, we don’t always have the power or knowledge to change our lives with the energy of Feng Shui. However, with the help of Feng Shui consultants, we do have the opportunity to create changes in our homes and careers to better suit us. If you’re having problems focusing your energy in your right career or getting things done in your business, you may want to think about hiring a Feng Shui consultant. By consulting a Feng Shui consultant, they will be able to give you the advice that will help you improve your life. In turn, you’ll be able to focus more effectively on your career. In addition, you’ll find that you’ll have more energy and productivity in your business because you’re more motivated.

 

It’s important that you remember that in order for Feng Shui to work in your life, you must also embrace its principles. Remember that in Feng Shui, there is no one ‘causation’ for the positive or negative energy in any given area of your home or career. Instead, Feng Shui is about integrates energy so that it has the best effect on the energy around you. For example, you may find that all the energy in a particular room flows together in your office. However, if you don’t practice good Feng Shui in your home or business, the energy can easily flow from the kitchen and flow toward the main room. The best thing to do to make sure that this doesn’t happen is to invest in a Feng Shui consultant who can walk through your home with you and let you in on his or her strategy.

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