SOURCE: Feng Shui for Architecture

Feng Shui for Architecture

February 02, 2010 09:38 ET

Feng Shui Expert Consultant Dr. Simona Mainini Releases Annual Forecast for 2010

The Year of the Tiger Promises Change and Mindful Awareness and Cooperation Can Help Prevent Further Losses

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - February 2, 2010) - Dr. Simona Mainini has just released her annual Feng Shui forecast and recommendations for the upcoming Year of the Tiger. Although the official Chinese New Year is not scheduled to start until February 14, 2010, the Feng Shui energy of buildings will reset globally on February 4th, 2010, which is known as the "Spring Stand," or the midpoint between the Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox.

"2010 is going to be known as the year of the Metal Tiger," states Dr. Mainini. "As Tiger belongs to the Wood element, the clash with the Metal element can be, unfortunately, seen as a cause of disharmony, possibly leading to arguments and litigation as much on a local scale as on a worldwide scale. However, there is an inner core of this combination that is benign, and so we can derive from that that with patience and level-mindedness every dispute can be resolved amicably. In fact, it should be resolved as amicably as possible because the energy of the year will not support excessive belligerence."

"The figures most affected this year are going to be children and youth in general, 'wise' people, and those who's birth Trigram (Gua) is Gen," continues Dr. Mainini. "On a health level, the parts of the body that can be potentially affected this year are bones, particularly the small bones of the hands, feet, and back." The forecast proceeds with indications on how to correct buildings, either for business offices or homes, to counteract the most immediate effects.

Unusual in her yearly forecasts, this year Dr. Mainini also warns about 2010 being a peculiar year concerning Feng Shui because about 25% of all buildings will be suffering an above-average adverse effect on a health or financial level, depending on the direction they are facing.

The entire Feng Shui forecast for 2010 and recommendations on how to take better advantage of these changes is available at:

Dr. Simona Mainini is the founder of Feng Shui for Architecture, a boutique consulting firm based in the Beverly Hills area of Los Angeles, CA since 1997. In addition to her successful consulting activities working with home and business owners, developers, and celebrities, Dr. Mainini also teaches application of Feng Shui at UCLA Extension, has been a keynote speaker on several international conferences on Scientific Feng Shui, is regularly featured in all forms of media, and is the author of "Feng Shui for Architecture" and "Zen Workplace" (released by Canon Europe to the general public).

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