In a post 9/11 world the business of travel itself has become very stressful; can Feng Shui help us cope better with the many inconveniences or misfortunes during travels?
[Jill Lander] I do offer many of my clients travel advice, as to which days during any month would be suitable for their travel arrangements.
Feng Shui is in a constant state of flux. Therefore, at the beginning of every year as a practitioner, I assess the annual energy flow that offers insights into which areas may be more prone to problems and which offer greater ‘luck.' In 2015, the WEST is considered to be the most vulnerable areafor an attack that has proven so very true, unfortunately. Of course as with all aspects of Feng Shui we analyze from a macro perspective to a micro perspective, so the WEST is considered most vulnerable, it may also be perceived as the west of any particular country may also be more vulnerable than other areas of a specific area.
Many of us travel with our kids in tow. These journeys are challenging, as children especially young children can be uncomfortable or very restless during long haul travel. Does Feng Shui offer cures to smoothen the process of family travel?
[Jill Lander] Colours can have a great impact on calming ananxious child or a baby. Hence, finding out what colours harmonize your child’s energy before any lengthy flight can be helpful. Despite the many gifts of modern technology such as the iPad, many toddlers still find comfort in a special blanket or pillow or toy. Ensuring that you bring it along on your journey may be extremely beneficial.
Is there a connection between Feng Shui and accommodation choices on the road? Can we use Feng Shui to improve the energy of a hotel room, villa rental or even an Air B&B or any other accommodation choice?
[Jill Lander] Absolutely, you can personalize any space making it ‘yours’ for any length of stay. Take a favorite aromatherapy candle and alter the lighting for your personal comfort. Of course, if you know your personal directions and feel so inclined you may ask if any room can accommodate one of your four personal and beneficial directions.