EP089: Feng Shui 101 for 2021 with Cyd Alper-Sedgwick

EP089: Feng Shui 101 for 2021 with Cyd Alper-Sedgwick

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Today, Sachin welcomes his friend and mentor Cyd Alper-Sedgwick. She is a second-generation Feng Shui master with a strong, intuitive practice. She comes on the podcast to share her expertise, build a Bagua map with listeners and identify the multitude of low-hanging fruit that Feng Shui offers.   Tune-in with a pen and paper for this informative discussion on how to Maximise your flow state and your energy using the principles of Feng Shui through all of your working and living spaces.   Key Takeaways: [:45] Sachin welcomes Cyd and explains how for almost a decade, her friendship and mentorship have helped him navigate challenging transitions from both a professional and personal standpoint.   [5:10] What exactly is Feng Shui? Cyd breaks down the facts about this art & science. It is a tool that you should use to get the very best out of your living spaces.   [9:28] Are you being energetically sabotaged? Sachin asks that you think back on moments when you walked into a space and felt immediately better, or worse. These are states we can influence!   [12:42] Cyd shares how the pandemic has affected her business and what the principal things she has noticed working with people in their home recently.   [15:15] Pull out a piece of paper and build a Bagua map along with Cyd!   [31:21] Are parts of your Bagua map missing? Cyd explains how she has lived in several houses where areas are missing and what you can do to cure those areas.   [32:11] Cyd shares some low-hanging fruits of Feng Shui! Make certain there is nothing underneath your bed. Don’t accumulate furniture to display it. Keep furniture a little ways from the wall. Walk into your space, close your eyes and feel: use your intuition. Mind your art! Don’t create a triangular void in a wall corner. The master bedroom and kitchen are sacred spaces. Make your bed every day. There should be no mirrors in the bedroom (or covered at nighttime). Don’t have pointy plants in the house, they cut Chi energy. Round leaves create wealth but do not place them in your wealth area. Face the door of the room you’re in — be in the command position, if impossible, use mirrors. Books and magazines you’re no longer using will create negative energy — the same goes for old clothing.   [47:30] Cyd shares her final words of wisdom, Sachin signs off and invites the community to send in their requests.   Mentioned in this episode Bagua map   More about your guest Find out more about Cyd Alper-Sedgwick on her Company website Full Circle Feng Shui | LinkedIn | Facebook and at the Living Proof Institute   More about your host Sachin Patel How to speak with Sachin Go one step further and Become The Living Proof Perfect Practice Live sachin@becomeproof.com   Books by Sachin Patel: Perfect Practice: How to Build a Successful Functional Medical Business, Attract Your Ideal Patients, Serve Your Community and Get Paid What You’re Worth The Motivation Molecule: The Biological Secrets To Eliminate Procrastination, Skyrocket Productivity, and Get Sh!t Done   Tweetables:   “There are eight different schools of Feng Shui and seven of them don’t work very well in the west.” — Cyd Alper-Sedgwick   “Something as subtle as your paint or the direction you’re facing, even what’s underneath your bed, these are the things that can make a huge difference.” — Sachin Patel   “We don’t feel good because our surroundings don’t feel good. This pandemic has given people an opportunity to stop, look around their homes and go ‘Oh! this has annoyed me for years and I have never taken the time to fix it!’” — Cyd Alper-Sedgwick   “I’ve noticed — particularly with American people — they use their houses only for taking a shower, grabbing breakfast and then they leave. The pandemic is changing this.” — Cyd Alper-Sedgwick   “You can Feng Shui your body, your desk, your car, you can Feng Sui anything! Well maybe not a doughnut, anyway.” — Cyd Alper-Sedgwick   “Do I have to paint my walls all these different colors? No, please don’t, I don’t want to be responsible for that!” — Cyd Alper-Sedgwick  
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Today, Sachin welcomes his friend and mentor Cyd Alper-Sedgwick. She is a second-generation Feng Shui master with a strong, intuitive practice. She comes on the podcast to share her expertise, build a Bagua map with listeners and identify the multitude of low-hanging fruit that Feng Shui offers.   Tune-in with a pen and paper for this informative discussion on how to Maximise your flow state and your energy using the principles of Feng Shui through all of your working and living spaces.   Key Takeaways: [:45] Sachin welcomes Cyd and explains how for almost a decade, her friendship and mentorship have helped him navigate challenging transitions from both a professional and personal standpoint.   [5:10] What exactly is Feng Shui? Cyd breaks down the facts about this art & science. It is a tool that you should use to get the very best out of your living spaces.   [9:28] Are you being energetically sabotaged? Sachin asks that you think back on moments when you walked into a space and felt immediately better, or worse. These are states we can influence!   [12:42] Cyd shares how the pandemic has affected her business and what the principal things she has noticed working with people in their home recently.   [15:15] Pull out a piece of paper and build a Bagua map along with Cyd!   [31:21] Are parts of your Bagua map missing? Cyd explains how she has lived in several houses where areas are missing and what you can do to cure those areas.   [32:11] Cyd shares some low-hanging fruits of Feng Shui! Make certain there is nothing underneath your bed. Don’t accumulate furniture to display it. Keep furniture a little ways from the wall. Walk into your space, close your eyes and feel: use your intuition. Mind your art! Don’t create a triangular void in a wall corner. The master bedroom and kitchen are sacred spaces. Make your bed every day. There should be no mirrors in the bedroom (or covered at nighttime). Don’t have pointy plants in the house, they cut Chi energy. Round leaves create wealth but do not place them in your wealth area. Face the door of the room you’re in — be in the command position, if impossible, use mirrors. Books and magazines you’re no longer using will create negative energy — the same goes for old clothing.   [47:30] Cyd shares her final words of wisdom, Sachin signs off and invites the community to send in their requests.   Mentioned in this episode Bagua map   More about your guest Find out more about Cyd Alper-Sedgwick on her Company website Full Circle Feng Shui | LinkedIn | Facebook and at the Living Proof Institute   More about your host Sachin Patel How to speak with Sachin Go one step further and Become The Living Proof Perfect Practice Live sachin@becomeproof.com   Books by Sachin Patel: Perfect Practice: How to Build a Successful Functional Medical Business, Attract Your Ideal Patients, Serve Your Community and Get Paid What You’re Worth The Motivation Molecule: The Biological Secrets To Eliminate Procrastination, Skyrocket Productivity, and Get Sh!t Done   Tweetables:   “There are eight different schools of Feng Shui and seven of them don’t work very well in the west.” — Cyd Alper-Sedgwick   “Something as subtle as your paint or the direction you’re facing, even what’s underneath your bed, these are the things that can make a huge difference.” — Sachin Patel   “We don’t feel good because our surroundings don’t feel good. This pandemic has given people an opportunity to stop, look around their homes and go ‘Oh! this has annoyed me for years and I have never taken the time to fix it!’” — Cyd Alper-Sedgwick   “I’ve noticed — particularly with American people — they use their houses only for taking a shower, grabbing breakfast and then they leave. The pandemic is changing this.” — Cyd Alper-Sedgwick   “You can Feng Shui your body, your desk, your car, you can Feng Sui anything! Well maybe not a doughnut, anyway.” — Cyd Alper-Sedgwick   “Do I have to paint my walls all these different colors? No, please don’t, I don’t want to be responsible for that!” — Cyd Alper-Sedgwick  
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