What is the most common question you get asked to help your clients with?
With 30 years of practice, “common” covers a lot of territory. I answer a lot of questions about health and Feng Shui, but more often I am called when someone is at their wit’s end—about anything and everything.
That’s when I get a chance to see what is commonly unseen. Is the sudden onset of heart trouble related to the fireplace in the center of the house? Has the placement of the master bed contributed to a divorce? Then, I’m the one asking lots of questions.
Can you tell us about your favorite experience when your work significantly helped a client?
I have so many favorites that I created Feng Shui Storyboard—a membership site that tells a new story every 30 days. We caught a thief in the first story, and in another, changed the reputation of a house known as “divorce central.” And, with a coat of yellow paint in another, a woman’s heart returned to normal, astounding her doctors.
What is unseen becomes visible.
In your opinion, what is the one biggest misconception about Feng Shui?
The misconception is that Feng Shui is not relevant today. Yet, in my experience, the art and science of Feng Shui offers new choices, each one immediately useful and focused on everyday life. While the events of the world are out of control, we are not.
Cutting edge scientists and contemplatives now agree that we can reshape ourselves; we can literally expand and contract different regions of our brain, train ourselves to be kinder, more compassionate, less defensive, less aggressive, and less warlike. This is our work, knowing that the built environment profoundly affects our body, mind, and spirit.
Moving a bed can save a life, yet it takes a master to know when to make the move—and to where.
You can learn more about our work at www.katherinemetz.com.