Feng Shui and Real Estate for 2007, Year of the Pig

Best wishes for a great year of the Pig 2007.

We always look forward to the new year and the unlimited opportunities offered by this great country of ours. I am also grateful for the blessings of having met many wonderful people through feng shui consultations & classes.

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May the year 2007 bring you abundant love & gifts.
May the year 2007 bring you abundant love & gifts.

This has led to my recent discovery which saddens me to read that the great "American Dream" of owning a home in metro areas is slowly fading away from the reach of many families throughout the U.S., including San Diego, the finest city in America. Furthermore, families looking to rent have been affected as well.

According to the Center for Housing Policy, a research affiliate for the National Housing Conference, a "Paycheck to Paycheck" study is being conducted to compare home ownership and rental data of more than 200 U. S. metropolitan areas and 60 occupations.

The Center found that, overall in the U.S., an annual income of $84,957 was needed to qualify to purchase the median priced home of $248,000 in the 3rd quarter of 2006.

Is there a solution to this trend? There are solutions to this growing crisis. There is a handbook "Increasing the Availability of Affordable Homes" which offers solutions detailing strategies and policies that can be implemented at state and local levels.

For more details, go to www.HomesForWorkingFamilies.org.

In 2007, life is looking to richly reward us, so get ready. There are many open doors leading us into new relationships, jobs, friendships, and creative inspirations. When we choose one option over another we shape our lives, and when we do, we almost always feel a thrill and a new feeling of confidence in ourselves as we step across the threshold into new beginnings.

The year of the "Dog" is coming to a close on February 17th this year. Sunday, February 18th, brings in the year of the "Pig" which is associated with fertility and virility. To bear children in this year is considered very fortunate, for they will be happy and honest.

By the way, did you know that pigs (the animal) are actually nice? They are not dirty the way many people think. Pigs roll around in mud only because they are trying to wash themselves, because they want to be clean, and after the water evaporates they just look dirty. They are good swimmers, very fast, because they go down and run along the bottom instead of swimming on the top. Actually they are very smart too.

Also, the annual flying stars will change in February circulating into new compass locations of your living and working space.

The southeast, south, southwest, and the west are auspicious compass locations for 2007.

The center, northeast, northwest, and the north are inauspicious compass locations for 2007.

The east compass location can double your luck or double your bad luck, depending on the balance and harmony of the area.

To celebrate the new year, year of the pig 2007, we will learn how to use feng shui remedies and feng shui enhancement to remove negativity for the year end, and to bring prosperity and happiness to welcome the new year. The class will be held on Saturday, February 3, 2007 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. Email us at gwen@fengshuisandiego.com for additional information.

Have a great 2007.

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