I often advise people to enhance their Love & Relationship areas with symbols of love such as hearts. It’s an easy feng shui solution to rev up the romance. However, not all hearts represent good feng shui. As an artist, I admire the creativity used to design the art shown above. The problem? It looks like a large chunk is missing…the love it represents symbolically either isn’t complete, is falling apart, or is missing something important. It could also symbolize heart health issues. This type of art work does NOT belong in your Love & Relationship area nor the Family & Health area nor any bedroom regardless of bagua sector. It could work in a doctor’s or therapist’s office where it would remind people of hearts on the mend. Remember: keep your feng shui eyes open when looking for art. Check out my Love Power Hearts (I still have a limited number available) that were specifically created to stimulate love, peace, and good health through the use of feng shui color and intention and symbolism. Happy Valentine’s Day!
2 responses to “ALL HEARTS ARE NOT CREATED EQUAL”
I’m currently doing a study on antique lamps and the history of lampshades. Thanks for your posts.
Hmmm…Angelica, thank you for posting a comment on my blog although your comment about lampshades has no relation to my blog at all (like you didn’t really read it). I have spam filters on and if I’m unsure, I will post feedback but remove your URL. Thanks again for your interest in FSFG.