1. The names and birth dates of the primary occupants
2. A written physical description of your space: example -(Business, single family home, age of building, one level, multi story, apartment, etc.)
3. How long you have been in this home or location, or business and do you plan to remain there? How long?
4. What you like about it and what feels challenging.
5. A list or short paragraph regarding your goals, intentions and what you might like to accomplish currently or in the future.
6. Payment – Please see 'Feng Shui Consultation' Page to select length of Feng Shui consultations, options, and drive time fees.
You may e-mail me any photographs, walk through videos or copies of your measured floor plan to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please place the other information in a New Red Envelope (you may hand write it or type it)
(see description of 'The Red Envelope Tradition below)
and mail it to:
Patti Newton Feng Shui Consultant
P.O. Box 2183
West Brattleboro, Vermont 05303
If you are paying with a check you may include it in this same envelope
If you are paying through the website or Pay Pal direct I will write a receipt to place in the red envelope to represent your energetic payment/Blessings.
The Red Envelope Tradition
The ritual of the red envelope is deeply rooted in ancient Chinese culture and folklore. For thousands of years, people in the Far East have given red envelopes containing money to honor wisdom and sacred knowledge. Exchanging red envelopes between client and practitioner each time information is shared, is the tradition of The Black Hat School of Feng Shui, and honors the lineage of oral transmission.
Giving red envelopes is a powerful symbol of exchange that has many layers of meaning for everyone involved in participating in Feng Shui consultations and allows the practitioner and client to acknowledge the integrity of the working relationship.
The color red acts a protective agent to push away any negative energy exchanged during your consultation. The numbers adding up to 9 is a divine number, the number of completion connecting the energies of heaven (the universe) and earth
According to tradition:
Putting money in the envelopes demonstrates the recipient’s sincere respect for the sacred knowledge that is shared, and is a physical action which helps set the intention that the consultation will be of benefit, and insures that the person who gets the advice has asked for the information.
Feng shui and ancient wisdom work on a variety of levels that are not always evident. Being open to the possibility that the expert may help you is fundamental.
Prior to a feng shui consultation, take time to prepare your red envelopes in a sincere manner.
Slow down and quiet your energy. Reflect on what you hope to accomplish as a result of the consultation or information being shared. Then place your payment into the red envelope
(If you are paying for the consultation with a credit card, you would use the receipt or write the amount down on a piece of paper if you are paying online). As you do so, visualize your anticipated outcome and express appreciation for the right answers coming to you easily!
It is important to use a new red envelope; you may also make one as long as it is predominantly Red!
Many Blessings! Patti Newton Feng Shui Consultant
In order to gain a clearer understanding of issues you may be interested in addressing during your Feng Shui Consultations, please fill in the blank circles next to the appropriate options:
You may copy and paste this section into a word document ( or PDF file) and e-mail it to me or include a hard copy in your New Red envelope if you are mailing the Floor Plan, payment, or other information.
o Discover which of the 9 life areas' you are currently ‘traveling through’ this year and how you can best focus your energy to move forward effectively.
o Bring Intention to the Life areas of your home or Business that represent the goals you intend to manifest.
o Bring Balance, stability and harmony to the occupants of your home or Business by anchoring the center and grounding the 4 Pillars of your home.
o Learning your Ming Gua numbers Female (yin) Male (yang), your two predominant Birth Elements, and your physical or Constitutional Element
WATER, WOOD, FIRE, EARTH, METAL
Discovering your 3 Primary Elements will allow you:
1. to understand your personality traits, challenging aspects of self and how to support your well-being physically
2. Discover correct or auspicious Bed Placement for optimum quality of sleep and physical vitality.
3. To understand how the compass position and the aesthetic quality of your homes Main Entrance is supporting or diminishing your life opportunities and prosperity.
o Furniture positioning
o Addressing Clutter issues
o Symbolism of your wall décor – what message is it conveying?
o Wall color
o Your bedroom as a microcosm of your world.
o Traditional Feng Shui Cures and adjustments for problematic architectural challenges such as ‘arguing doors’, difficult stairway placement, or ‘Poison Arrows’, and Missing Pieces.
o Create a new beginning with ‘Tracing the Nine Stars’ ritual adjustment.
o Prepare your house for Sale Feng Shui Style, and combine these techniques with the ‘Selling a House Ritual Adjustment’ for optimum result.
o Discover the 9 Essential Life Areas in your home or workspace by laying the Feng Shui Bagua Map over your Home, office or business.
o Consider the impact of proposed renovations on your essential 9 life areas.
o Outline goals to achieve results in specific areas of your life.
o Improve Health – Physical, Emotional, and Mental
o Improve Finances
o Develop Relationship possibilities
o Find a job or begin a career
o Go back to school/ gain education/skills
o Resolve old family issues
o Feel more supported.
Thank you for your interest! - Patti Newton Feng Shui Consultant