Use warm-up fragrances as cinnamon, clove, and pepper and reach-the-sky scents as sandalwood, chamomile, jasmine, clary sage.
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Feng Shui Symbols:
Fame Corner: Awards, diplomas, trophies, and prizes.
Hang motivational, fame quotes.
Hang a favorite picture of yourself in a red frame.
Have you seen the mirror with the overlay of Time or Newsweek? Get one and hang it so your face is reflected as you pass by.
The fame / recognition area of your home or office is about being recognized for who you are and what you do. There is no one else in the world who was born into the same time and conditions as you were, so you are in a unique position to give the world something that no one else can. When you tap into this essence, you are able to blossom in a unique way. How do you want to be seen in the world? Are you wise, funny, intelligent, warm, serious? Fame is truly about expressing who you are.
The fame / recognition area is in the south sector. The color red, the element of fire, sun, heat, and birds, represents it. Essential Oils for fame and the crown chakra: clary sage, frankincense, jasmine, Roman chamomile, sandalwood.
Do you cultivate your special talents, or are you still hiding them under a bushel? Are you afraid to speak about yourself in front of a crowd? Do you take credit where credit is due? Is the image you project to the world the person you feel you are on the inside? Are you able to stand up for yourself?
Your unique place in the world - being seen for who you really is about connecting to your higher self, your true self. Which chakra plugs you into this divine source? The crown chakra is your electrical outlet to the cosmos. It allows you to tap into your essence and then show it to the world.
Feng Shui Consultation example: Fran, a gifted psychic and healer with a very open crown chakra, asked me to Feng Shui her home. She wanted to make shifts for more professional recognition. When I walked in, the living room had a distorted mirror on the fame wall. When clients came in, they had to pass through the living room and were greeted with a distorted vision of themselves. In the fame area of her home, where she did all her readings, all the chi of recognition was going right out through the sliding glass doors and out into the pool. While clients received true and clear information from her, it may have been distorted by the client's own misinterpretation, having experienced the distortion of the mirror. Once in the reading room, facing the pool, memories of the experience may have been diluted. All these negatives greeted both Fran and her clients.
Look around your home. What is there that may be influencing you?