"Hi, Laura. I have been reading Feng Shui suggested cures on how to attract romance but have not really seen a big shift. Is there anything else I could do to welcome romance into my life? Thank you, Jennifer"
Hey Jennifer, thank you for this question and yes, there are many approaches you could adopt to help enhance your opportunities for attracting a romance that is healthy, loving, fun and balanced. Below are two Feng Shui suggestions to consider.
1. Pay attention to how you personally perceive and envision what romance means to you. Is it something that is quick and just for the moment or long lasting and meaningful? The choice is up to you. The words and thoughts you use to describe romance, love and your partner begins to paint a picture.
2. Even if you do not have a partner who is physically in your life right now, begin to nest your home and self for that experience. This means, act as if your partner already exists. I know this may sound strange, yet this is one of the keys to manifesting. This requires the use of your imagination and playing pretend. How can you do this?
Some quick examples include:
- Making room in your bedroom's closest and dresser draws. This becomes a metaphor of "I am intentionally creating room for my partner and romance." You could practice this Feng Shui principle throughout your entire home.
- In the bathroom, instead of having one towel, display two. One is for you and one is for your partner.
- Making your bed every morning is not just about keeping it nice and neat, its also a metaphor of respecting yourself. By caring enough to mindfully prepare your bedroom for rest this could translate to your partner being mindful of you. How that would translate in your relationship would unfold over time.
There is much more, yet these two steps are great for creating momentum in the direction of your choosing.
Laura Cerrano is a second-generation Certified New York City Feng Shui Consultant Expert. As a full-time Feng Shui consultant, Laura provides bicoastal consultations and workshops for residential, commercial, real estate developments, Fortune 500 companies and healing faculties. In addition, Laura is a resident teacher at the Metropolitan Institute of Design in Syosset, NY. She has been featured in highly respected publications and TV networks such as Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen," PBS, CBC Television, BBC Radio and The New York Times.