Feng Shui for Singles: How to Attract New Love to Your Life
Despite successful careers, loads of money, fantastic looks or physique, the truth is even the most seemingly “perfect” single people will tell you that they would be happiest if they had someone to love.
It is said that there is someone for everyone, it is just a matter of finding that someone. Ay, and to quote Shakespeare, there’s the rub.
If you talk to a scientist, you’ll hear that meeting someone is just a matter of numbers.
If you can raise your exposure to a greater number of potential candidates, then you raise the likelihood of cupid’s arrow hitting the mark.
Well, most single people I know are surrounded by thousands of people everyday at the grocery store, at the office, in airports, at the gym, etc., etc., but they haven’t met the person that pulls their heartstrings.
Maybe you have tried singles mixers, speed dating at the local sportspub, or even resorted to having your friends set you up with eligible singles.
And what if all that turns up zero?
Then maybe it’s time to see if your house, your office, or your business could be undermining your efforts to gain a suitable partner in love.
So, what exactly are the key elements for singles to look for when determining if the energy of their space is killing their romantic prospects?
You are about to find out.
Now, get ready to make a serious assessment of your space to open your life to a new love!
1. Is a “man” or a “woman” missing in your life?
You could be without a special someone because you are missing a NW or SW corner! Every space must have a NW and a SW corner.
These are the cornerstones of a space, and in feng shui thought, the two most important sectors. The NW corresponds to a man and the SW corresponds to a woman. So, if you are a single woman, you need to activate your NW sector, or a single man, the SW sector.
By the same token, both single men and women need to activate the SW sector because it is also the sector of marriage, romance, and relationships.
If your NW or SW corners are missing, or afflicted by a toilet, kitchen, storeroom, etc., then you begin to see what the problem is. How do you correct this?
If you are extremely serious about finding someone, then moving might be an option. However, less drastic measures are also available.
Use these tips to guide you.
•If the NW or SW corner is missing: Place a mirror on the wall where the NW corner should be so that it visually expands. Outside, where the missing corner is, try to delineate this space with a light pole, a heavy rock or object, or create a fenced area or garden to put back this missing area.