Dancing with Energy – 9 Steps to Manifesting your Soul’s Desires with Feng Shui

Create an environment that attracts more of what you want in life.

Dancing with Energy: 9 Steps to Manifesting your Soul's Desires with Feng Shui
Nero-linguistics, law of attraction, wishcraft … by whatever name you call it, there is a strong connection between ‘it’ and feng shui, especially using the bagua map as a tool for putting some deliberate thought into what you want to create in your life.

Using unique web tools of questionnaires, audio meditations, and web tools to create your floor plants, you will learn how to apply and activate the bagua map to your home and workplaces, identify areas of blockage, discover a sense of ‘possibility’ cultivate your inner relationship with yourself, and connect to the universal source of energy and support.


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Dancing with Energy: 9 Steps to Manifesting your Soul’s Desires

Healing with Feng Shui and Colour

An introspective journey into the healing nature of colour.

Healing with Feng Shui and Color

Take an introspective journey and learn how to heal, support and honor your true essence by using colour with consciousness. From the clothing you wear, to your home décor… if you change the color, you change the energy. In this course you’ll learn to

  • Examine chi and the energy of colours.
  • Identify the colours that energize, uplift, and ground you.
  • Identify which colours drain energy, scatter energy, depress, repress, overload, and isolate.
  • Learn when too much of a particular colour can impact you negatively.
  • Discover what colours support you and create a sense of well-being for you.
  • Learn how colour heals and how to apply colour healing to your life.
  • Explore the system of elements by examining the tradition of four elements (air, water, fire and earth) observed by Native American tribes.
  • Determine which element aligns with your personality and which element aligns with each person in your home.
  • Create a floor plan and colour scheme for each room in your home. A plan that balances different elements and introduces healing colour schemes so that each person living there is supported, honoured and energized.


Purchase Healing with Feng Shui and Color at the Self Healing Expressions Website.


“Deborah Redfern’s online course Healing with Feng Shui and Color is a wonderful addition to my feng shui education. I thought de-cluttering looked good and felt good, but it also helps me get out of a rut when I have difficulty moving forward. It also helps me heal relationships of all kinds. Deborah’s course includes meditations, affirmations, assignments, additional books and web sites for further research and a discussion forum to discuss what you’ve learned – so you can learn from others experiences. I would highly recommend this course for someone at any level of feng shui.” Yvette L.

Tips for Being In Your Element

“I’m out of my element.” When was the last time you said or heard this expression? Have ever really considered what that means? In the study of Feng Shui, being out of your element could well indicate imbalance and disharmony in some or several aspects of your life (e.g., with your health, relationships or career).

So consider, are you in your Element? That is, are you aware of your strongest personality traits, and are you using them to be that healthy, wise, loving and caring version of you that is inside?

Throughout history, people from different cultures and traditions throughout the world believed the elements of nature had attributes that gave meaning and definition to their lives and could shape a person’s personality.

What cultures did not agree on, however, was the names and numbers of these all-important elements. In traditional feng shui, there are five elements: fire, water, earth, wood and metal. The system I use follows the Celtic and Native North American tradition of four elements: fire, water, earth and air. Scholars such as the Greek physician Hippocrates and psychologist Carl Jung both based their work on a system of four elements.

Jung’s system of psychological typing was based on the four elements and four directions, which he called the four functions. Jung associated:

  • East to the function of Intuition (Fire)
  • South to the function of Feeling (Water)
  • West to the function of Sensation (Earth)
  • North to the function of Thinking (Air)

This system is also closely related to the Sacred Circle or Medicine Wheel and is also used in reading Tarot cards.

Feathers and Drums

Feathers and Drums

Knowing which Elemental archetype you resonate with frees up energy to be glorious in your element, to say to yourself – and to the world, “Who I am is enough!” You do not have to be all things – you are only required to be true to yourself.

Read through these descriptions and see which element you immediately have an affinity with:

Element of Fire: You are a person of the Fire Element if you are influenced by intuition more than any other sense. You often feel instinctively whether something is ‘right’ for you. You also tend to sense things about people, situations and places.

Element of Water: You are person of the Water Element if you are governed more by your emotions than any other sense. You are naturally empathetic, have a strong desire for peace and serenity, and are a reserved and quiet sort of person.

Element of Earth: You are a person of the Earth Element if you respond to life through what you experience directly with your senses – especially sight, touch, and past experience. You are not a person to take another’s word for something, or to put much faith in intuition.

Element of Air: You are a person of the Air Element if you have a passion for Intellect. Your strength in logic and decision making often put you in leadership roles but Air Element people are often inwardly quite shy and reserved.

So, what element do you resonate with most strongly?

Is it Fire, Water, Earth or Air? Or, perhaps two elements call out to you equally? Once you’ve discovered your element, nurture those qualities in yourself by spending time with your element in nature.

  • Water Element types could spend an afternoon sitting by a lake.
  • Earth types could plant a garden.
  • Fire Elements could bathe by the light of the moon.
  • Air Element types could watch the clouds.

If you want to know more about your element type, check out my eCourse Healing with Feng Shui and Color.

eCourse – Healing with Feng Shui and Colour

Begin your colour healing experience with Feng Shui and Colour  by Deborah Redfern. 

What this ecourse will teach you:

  • About the energy of colours.
  • To find which colours energize, uplift, and ground you.
  • About colours that drain you and scatter your energy.
  • The Four Elements and color (air, water, fire and earth) observed by Native American tribes.
  • Determine which element aligns with your personality and which element aligns with each person in your home.
  • Create a floor plan and colour scheme for each room in your home. A plan that balances different elements and introduces healing colour schemes so that each person living there is supported, honoured and energized.

Colour is a powerful feng shui tool and numerous studies have shown that the colours you choose affect you on a physical, psychological and spiritual level. In short, colour can deplete, depress or enhance. From the clothing you wear, to your home décor… if you change the color, you change the energy. Learn how to bring more balance and harmony into your life by choosing colours with consciousness.

In this course you will discover whether the colours you are currently using to your sense of well-being — or not. This e-course invites you to take an introspective journey and learn ways to heal, support and honor the true essence of you using feng shui and colour.

Who is best served by this e-course?

You will be well served by this course if you wish to. . .

  • Create balance and harmony in your home to draw in new opportunities, increase abundance and success.
  • Establish a plan for home décor that honors and supports those who live there.
  • Use colors to support healing, recovery and well-being.
  • Create a ward-robe rich in colors and style that supports and honors you.
  • Learn about feng shui philosophy.

Recent Reviews of Healing with Feng Shui and Color

I found this course fascinating and fun. It was interesting to revisit the color choices in my own home and wardrobe and to examine them as they connect to the feng shui theories of energy and nature. I am certain to make my choices carefully when considering the use of color in other people’s lives in the future. The feng shui personality test and the descriptions of different energies in our individual element types were extraordinary and directly useful for me in my relationship with one of my daughters. ~ Alicia Wiltshire, Design Consultant, NY


To enroll in this home study ecourse visit Feng Shui and Colour  by Self Healing Expressions.

Heal with the Colour Green

Green is the most relaxing, calming and balancing of the colors. It is a symbol of growth, fertility, harmony, hope, optimism, freedom and balance. On the cool end of the spectrum, green brings restfulness and coolness. Associated with the heart chakra, green stands for self love and love of the universe. It is the center overseeing all healing. If you have too little green in your environment, you can be indecisive and unable to relate to others. If you use too much green there is a tendency for your energy be scattered, and it can promote envy.

Healing Uses: Green helps to feel balanced. It can be used to reduce mood swings, and to increase self-esteem. Green eases the heart-ache. Green reduces pain, inflammation and irritations, and eases eyestrain. It reduces stress and high blood pressure. Green settles the digestive system, eases tiredness, headaches and neuralgia. It increases our ability to remember things. In cases of shock or nervous tension, use pale green. For increased motivation use a medium green. For emotional uncertainty, use dark green.

You can learn more about using colours for healing in my e-course Healing with Feng Shui and Color.


Feng Shui for a New Year

I have been doing an intensive feng shui on my home — actually I began well before January 1 — and although I still have a few areas to finish, I am loving the results:

  1. The feeling of organization, that I will indeed find something where I thought it would be!
  2. The feeling of spaciousness. Getting rid of things we didn’t need and weren’t using actually created more physical space. I was able to remove two bookshelves that were no longer needed.

My feng shui flurry inspired me to create a program called Feng Shui Soulutions: Your 30 Day Feng Shui Life Make-Over. 

The 30 interactive lessons in this course guide you to:

  • Focus scattered energy.
  • Clear way for movement towards desired goals.
  • Find symbols that empower you to move forward or break past obstacles.
  • Create a Home Spirit Center.
  • Space Clear your Home.
  • Identify and release energy-draining clutter.
  • Feng Shui your front door.
  • Feng Shui your kitchen.
  • Feng Shui Your Storage Areas.
  • Embrace the elements including Fire, Water, Earth, Metal.
  • Embrace Feng Shui Color.
  • Feng Shui your bedroom.
  • Do Green Feng Shui.
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