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The Prosperity Report - Feng Shui & Vaastu Secrets For A Prosperous Life
December 4th, 2007
Vol. I, Issue 3

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 Feature Article:  Do You Make These Feng Shui Mistakes?

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 Ask Rupal:  My daughter suffers from anxiety and depression. What can I do to help her?

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As you read this, Iím on my way to Los Angeles for a very large Feng Shui and Vaastu consulting project. While I canít reveal much about my client, I must say that it is very exciting to be working with someone in Hollywoodís entertainment industry. I find every consultation to be special because I know people trust me to help them truly change their lives. But I must confess Iím especially intrigued by this one because it deals directly with the "glitz and glamour" of Hollywood.


My clients have called me for help in so many areas of their lives: to find a soul mate ... solve money issues ... get free from gossip and legal hassles ... and so much more. Since your home mirrors what is currently happening in your life, Feng Shui and Vaastu can help with whatever issues arise. I know the power of these ancient sciences ó yet there are still times when even I am stunned at the results my clients get. Just recently, for example, I got a very unusual request from a very high-profile coach. He called me to help him find his missing cat! Read below to discover how I used both Feng Shui and Vaastu to bring his beloved pet back home.

Do You Make These Feng Shui and Vaastu Mistakes?

Feng Shui is a powerful science once reserved exclusively for kings and emperors to safeguard their wealth and power. Not treating that power with respect can have quite serious consequences. Thatís why I get so upset when I read or hear how many so-called Feng Shui practitioners have cheapened and diluted Feng Shui. Donít let a "one size-fits-all, do-it-yourself" approach lead you into potentially quite dangerous Feng Shui blunders Ė read my article below!

You can also read my personal comments, stories, tips and observations about Feng Shui and Vaastu at my blog. Click here for my latest entry: "Deadly Coincidences or Bad Feng Shui."

Wishing you Prosperity
& Good Fortune,

Rupal Turner
Feng Shui & Vaastu Expert

Do not forget to browse my ALL NEW website, launched earlier this year.

While Feng Shui and Vaastu can help solve many of lifeís major issues, these sciences even "worked magic" to bring home a missing cat.

"Three days after our family moved into a new home, our pet cat Simon who was a member of our family for 7 years vanished. For 4 weeks, our family was heartbroken as we waited for Simon to come home. Desperate, I reached out to friends and associates for advice. Finally relief came when I talked to Rupal Turner.

After reviewing our home, Rupal laid out the details and I followed them exactly. Three weeks later our family was reunited with Simon and he is back home safe and sound. We are forever grateful to Rupal and her expertise. I highly recommend her. You will be amazed at what happens when you follow her advice. My family and I are still in awe!"

David Neagle


I am currently working on a teleclass series that will help you manage your own energies in your home and workplace. I expect the series to begin early next year Ė Iíll let you know as soon as I have full details.


Do You Make These Feng Shui Mistakes?
by Rupal Turner

Thanks to the mountain of Feng Shui books on the market and an avalanche of untrained "New Age" practitioners offering so-called Feng Shui services, this ancient science has found its way into mainstream western culture. Unfortunately, the forms of Feng Shui that are practiced today are nothing like the Classical Feng Shui that flourished in East Asia for thousands of years. There might seem to be no harm in dabbling in these diluted, cheapened versions of Feng Shui, but the fact is that do-it-yourself and one-size-fits-all recommendations can actually work against you. Iíve come across so many people who follow these generic "rules" in search of having good Feng Shui, only to find that luck seems to work against them. What goes wrong? Letís take a look at some of the common mistakes:

MISTAKE #1. Believe everything you read in feng shui books:

Many of the books available are written by authors who have little or no training in authentic or Classical Feng Shui. I personally heard of someone who received a book deal to write on Feng Shui even though she was never trained in this vast science. Her strategy? "Iíll just read a few books on Feng Shui and then put my own spin on it." Imagine the damage she could do! Even Feng Shui authors who claim to be well-trained may not actually have solid credentials Ė or moral scruples. In fact, some of these authors are aware that their books contain inaccurate information and yet they continue writing because their books continue selling.

The majority of "Feng Shui Lite" books address clutter clearing or placing certain objects in your so called wealth, career, romance and other life areas. But keep in mind that popularized books barely scratch the surface of Feng Shuiís complex system of mathematical and scientific environmental analysis. Thatís because the power of Classical Feng Shui is in applying these complex calculations and energy-balancing principles to specific people in specific environments. This can never be simplified for mass consumption. Plus Ė and hereís the danger Ė popularized Feng Shui often catastrophizes things that arenít really problems at all (remember the question about the placement of the bathroom in my last ezine?) while missing truly negative forces flowing through the environment. In fact, following a bookís advice to place a certain object in your wealth or romance area can actually activate negative energies.

My advice? Take Feng Shui books with a grain of salt as good guides for clearing clutter, freshening your spaces, and getting rid of any objects you donít love. Beyond that: reader beware!

MISTAKE #2. Assume a water fountain is good feng shui:

Having a water feature in your environment is certainly soothing and uplifting. Books written by the Black Hat School of Feng Shui authors will tell you to place a water feature in the far left corner of your home. This is supposed to be everyoneís ďwealthĒ corner, no matter which direction your house faces. But Compass School Feng Shui authors tell you something completely different ó they want you to put a water fountain in the southeast "wealth corner" of your home. Both of these New Age schools are WRONG and their advice can be quite dangerous. If a water feature is placed incorrectly in an environment, it can cause gossip, sex scandals, arguments, legal problems and even criminal activity. Thatís because proper water placement must factor in unseen energies and timing calculations. In some homes, for instance, the homeís natal chart ó horoscope ó may not be able to hold water features at all. Even a small fountain could energize exceedingly negative energies.

MISTAKE #3. Paint your front door bright red for good luck:

In Feng Shui, red is considered an auspicious or lucky color. However, depending on your specific home, too much red ó especially near entrances and in bedrooms and offices can actually attract fires, accidents, separation or divorce, and even trigger major illnesses such as eye, heart, and blood related diseases as well as stomach and reproductive problems, and miscarriages. It is best to avoid large use of red, burgundy and maroon if you are at all unsure of the energy patterns at work in your home.

MISTAKE #4. Believe your Feng Shui remedies will work better if you infuse them with intention:

Feng Shui does not rely on a "placebo effect." Instead, it is more like gravity Ė which works whether you believe in it or not. So while it is always beneficial to have good intentions, true Feng Shui cures work no matter what you intend. I know thatís contrary to what those New Age consultants say. I suppose their reasoning is that since their "make-believe" cures donít actually work, itís going to take the power of your mind to attract positive energies. You wind up putting a lot of effort into something that may or may not work. Far better to rely on Classical Feng Shui to identify those gravity remedies that work no matter what.

MISTAKE #5. Place good luck objects throughout your home:

Real Feng Shui is not about decorating your home with good luck objects or mastering the "art of object placement." These are entirely New Age concepts that have no roots in Classical Feng Shui. Itís silly and superstitious to think that you need to fill your home with so-called lucky objects to create or change the energy around you. While dragon and frog figurines are symbolic in Chinese culture, they have no power to cultivate "wealth" luck. Placing lovebirds or mandarin ducks in pairs in your so-called relationship sector will do absolutely nothing to kindle romance and love. While these objects do serve to remind us of what we desire, they cannot change the energetic composition of a room and have no power on their own to bring you extra good fortune. That comes from applying authentic Feng Shui energy-balancing principles correctly.

Feng Shui has gained a frivolous reputation today because of the way people practice it. Getting real results from Feng Shui doesnít require books, red front doors, lucky frogs or exhaustive intention. It simply requires a consultation with a Classically trained expert who can use the birthdates of both you and your home or office to calculate ó and harness ó the unseen energies flowing through the land, time, and space.

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Rupal Turner is among the few consultants worldwide fully certified in Classical Feng Shui and Vaastu. Born in India, she has studied with world-renowned Chinese and Indian masters of these ancient sciences and uses her expertise to augment positive energies and defuse negative energies flowing through homes, office buildings, retail outlets, sporting facilities and building sites.

By bringing environments into balance with an individualís unique energetic make-up, Rupal helps attract abundance, harmony and health for clients who include two U.S. Presidential families, high-ranking Pentagon officials, CEOs, celebrities, doctors, attorneys and politicians.

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Q.   I have a fifteen year old daughter who suffers from anxiety and depression. What can I do to help her? Neeta M.

Certain energies can trigger anxiety and depression. Without knowing your daughterís birthdate and the energies in her bedroom, it is hard for me to be very specific. However, there are a couple of things to check. First, make sure your daughter is not sleeping in an electromagnetic field. In other words, her bed should not be on the same wall or even the opposite wall of the electrical box. Secondly, do not let clutter accumulate in her room, under her bed and in her closets. Third, make sure the room is well lit and ventilated. Finally, what color is your daughterís room? Though blues and greens are popular choices for bedrooms, they can sometimes cause a health issue to grow more serious.

If you've got a question you'd like answered, send an email to Please send us your question, along with your birthdate and the facing direction of your home and other details. We canít guarantee but we will certainly try to answer your questions in upcoming issues.