Feng Shui San Diego Tips:  Kitchen plays an important part in Feng Shui. 
Kitchen represents wealth and relationships.
We Feng Shui enthusiasts often install mirror to reflect food, double happiness, double abundance. 
In my country, when we have friends come to visit, instead of asking, “How are you?” we ask: “Have you eaten yet?” and regardless of what the answer be, we are heading to the kitchen, where is the heart and the soul are. 
We Asian loves and respect food.  In Facebook, you see many of us display beautiful dishes and take pride on “art like food”. 
We were taught that food must be appreciated by eyes, hear by ears and then be enjoyed by taste.   
Since food is considered art, soulful activity, we never in a hurry in preparation, nor eating.  That’s where family and friends prepare food, talk, laugh and be merry. 
The kitchen is also associated with fire, which is an activating force for abundance. 
Kitchen should be clean, light, airy, and full of free flowing energy (chi).
Kitchen should have plenty of sunlight.  In my home, there are lots of windows in my kitchen, and I also installed solar lights for natural light to enter……………….:)  Join us for fun, food, friends, festivities, Do and Don’t in Feng Shui when choosing a “feng shui” home.  
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April 16, 2012 @ Gwen Coronado…

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  The beautiful trumpet-shaped white flowers symbolize purity, virtue,
innocence, hope and life – the spiritual essence of Easter.
Dating back to Biblical lore, the lily is mentioned numerous times in the Bible.
One of the most famous Biblical references is in the Sermon on the Mount, when Christ told his listeners:
 ”Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow: they toil not, neither do they spin…”
Often called the “white-robed apostles of hope,” lilies were found growing in the Garden of Gethsemane after Christ’s agony.
Tradition has it that the beautiful white lilies sprung up where drops of Christ’s sweat fell to the ground in his final hours of sorrow and deep distress.
Churches continue this tradition at Easter time by surrounding their crosses with masses of Easter Lilies, to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and hope of life everlasting.
The pure white lily has long been closely associated with the Virgin Mary.
The legend is told that when the Virgin Mary’s tomb was visited three days after her burial, it was found empty save for bunches of majestic white lilies.
A mark of purity and grace throughout the ages, the regal white lily is a fitting symbol of the greater meaning of Easter.
Gracing millions of homes and churches, the flowers embody joy, hope and life. Whether given as a gift or enjoyed in your own home, the Easter Lily serves as a beautiful reminder that Easter is a time for rejoicing and celebrating. 
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(Photo courtesy of Maria Baptista)

March 7, 2012 @ Gwen Coronado…

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April 5, 2012 @ Gwen Coronado…

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