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8 Mar

Emoción y pensamiento unidos se convierten en un sentimiento: Greg Braden.

5 Mar

Cuando sentimos una Emoción, que se genera en los 3 chakras inferiores y la dirigimos con el Pensamiento, que se origina en los 3 chakras superiores, se convierte en un Sentimiento que sale por el Chakra del corazón y es el lenguaje que se comunica con todo lo que nos rodea, con La Matriz Divina, dando lugar a nuestra experiencia fisica. Sentimos 2 emociones primarias, que son las dos caras de una misma fuerza : El Amor y su opuesto, ya sea miedo, culpa o cualquier otra emoción negativa, desde esta fuerza creamos nuestro mundo….. estando atentos a lo que sentimos y cambiando nuestras creencias limitadoras podemos crear la vida de bienestar que nos corresponde por derecho natural.



Compilación realizada por: Lorena Lacaille, escritora metafísica, especialista en Feng shui y terapeuta en EFT (técnicas de liberación emocional).

Beating Yourself Up

22 Feb

A common mistake for personal growth newbies is to wrap one’s self-esteem into short-term results. This often leads to self-blame and excess worry when results are below expectations.

If we use the lenses of truth, love, and power (our fundamental growth principles), we can see why beating yourself up for mistakes and failure is an ineffective approach that doesn’t actually help you grow.

The Truth Lens

When viewed through the truth lens, we can readily see why beating ourselves up for mistakes will only make things worse. Since all input serves as a form of programming for our brains, it’s predictable that negative self-talk, especially when it becomes habitual, will serve to lower our future performance. We’re essentially programming ourselves to perform poorly when we use negative self-talk. We behave like a computer that installs a virus to slow itself down.

When you make mistakes, blaming yourself as an individual isn’t a very useful way to address problems. Problems could have been caused by circumstances outside of your control. Even if you made a mistake due to ignorance or poor performance, it’s more intelligent to view such a mistake as a software problem. Something in your thinking or behavior caused the problem, and therefore your best bet is to work on improving your thoughts and behaviors (i.e. your mental software), so you can avoid similar problems in the future.

As a human being with a human brain, you’re a learning machine. There isn’t much value in a learning machine that programs itself to lower its own performance. Trying to avoid mistakes would indeed prevent some mistakes, but mistakes are essential to the learning process. A learning machine that cuts off its ability to make mistakes would eventually become a static machine that’s incapable of further growth.

To continue learning and growing, it’s important to accept that mistakes are going to happen and that this is how you learn. You may have been taught or conditioned to believe from a young age that mistakes are bad and must always be avoided… or that if you make mistakes, it means you’re a lesser human being somehow. As you become more conscious and self-aware, however, you’ll recognize that these were foolish lessons that are out of alignment with reality, and you can consciously choose to discard such unhelpful beliefs. These beliefs are throwbacks to outdated thinking. Today we live in a knowledge-rich age where continuous learning and growth are more important than avoiding mistakes.

The Love Lens

Consider the consequences to your overall happiness if you fall into the habit of beating yourself up for mistakes. Does it make you any happier to wrap negative results into your self-image? What does thinking of yourself as a failure do for your emotional life? More often than not, such thinking will invite negative emotions like fear, worry, and stress.

If you wrap failures into your self-esteem, then you didn’t just fail. You’ve become the failure. You are the mistake. And this means you can no longer trust yourself to make intelligent decisions going forward. You have to expect further failure and therefore further negative impact to your self-esteem. This is a stressful proposition, and it’s going to encourage you to hold back from stretching yourself. You’re probably not going to risk further damage to your self-esteem. The more you try, the more you risk failure, and therefore the more you invite further degradation of your self-image. This will most likely lead you to tighten up when it comes to taking otherwise worthwhile risks. Your rate of learning and growth will slow down, and you’ll plateau.

The lens of love reveals that people grow fastest when their lives are aligned with their desires. Do you want to plateau and live a largely static life for your remaining decades? Is this prospect in alignment with how you’d ideally like to experience this existence? Do you want to play it safe and basically remain stuck till you die?

Also consider the impact on your relationships with other people. If you get into the habit of allowing failure to downgrade your self-esteem, then it will be much harder to take social risks. Socializing is rife with failures big and small. Sometimes you’ll be rejected. Sometimes you’ll behave in a socially awkward manner, and people will notice. Such failure experiences help you to socially calibrate your behaviors, but if you can’t handle failure, then you’ll prevent yourself from achieving social savvy. You’ll remain stuck in that socially awkward phase, and that’s likely to lead to some degree of loneliness and a feeling of disconnection from others. If you aren’t so resistant to mistakes and failure, you can skill-build faster in this area, and you can enjoy the fruits of a rich and abundant social life.

Furthermore, growth-oriented people tend to cluster together, so they can encourage each other and grow faster. In such social networks, people don’t often make room for those who beat themselves up. It’s similar to nonsmokers avoiding smokers, largely because the former can’t stand the smell of the latter. Likewise those who drop into the downward spiral of low self-esteem will tend to attract social connections that resonate with such patterns, such as abusers and other negative minded folks. Your social network will eventually reflect your neural network.

Like it or not, the social and emotional consequences of beating yourself up for failure can be severe. And overcoming such behavior can feel like digging yourself out of a pit when you’ve attracted a social situation that reinforces your current plateau or downward spiral.

The Power Lens

Beating yourself up for mistakes is disempowering as well. Imagine if Siri behaved this way. What if each time you asked her for help and she made a mistake, she beat herself up, and over time she began updating her programming to try to avoid making more mistakes? Eventually Siri would start to sound like the character Sadness from the Pixar movie Inside Out.

Hey Siri… what’s a good movie to see?

Geez, I dunno. You didn’t like the last one I suggested.

Do you know that Siri will sometimes defend her self-esteem if you try to harshly criticize her?

Hey Siri… you suck!

I’m doing my best, Steve.

Do you forgive yourself so easily? Do you accept that mistakes are okay since they’re a natural part of the learning process?

Isn’t it more empowering to believe that you’re always doing your best? You can continue to learn, grow, and improve, but for right now, why not just accept that you’re doing the best you can? If you could have done better, you would have.

There’s no point in beating yourself up for mistakes. There is, however, much to be gained by extracting lessons from your mistakes and applying those lessons to improve your future thinking and behaviors.

Consider life’s challenges as a form of strength training. You wouldn’t bemoan the weights for being heavy. Heavy weights help you get stronger. They’re supposed to be challenging; otherwise you wouldn’t grow as much.

Growth vs. Self-Blame

Since self-blame is out of alignment with truth, love, and power, the practice will only slow you down. At best you’ll plateau, and at worst you’ll succumb to a downward spiral. To avoid such a pit of despair – or to dig yourself out of one – the solution is to regard yourself as programmable and to realize that your programming can be changed. Stop identifying yourself with the software that’s been programmed into your head. Recognize that just like Siri, you’re capable of learning and growing. You can upgrade your software.

Given the state of your current software, you’re already doing the best you can, and you can’t expect to do any better. Your mental and emotional software is performing as it was programmed. If you want to see better performance, then you’ll need to upgrade your software, and for human beings, this means training yourself with new experiences. This also means inviting more mistakes and failures as part of the learning process.

Can you make some grand mistakes with no loss to your self-esteem? This is a key challenge of conscious growth.

I’ve endured some grand failure experiences in my time. I’ve gone through a bankruptcy and a divorce. I was expelled from college. I was arrested multiple times as a teenager. I was kicked out of my apartment for falling behind on rent. I can come up with plenty of reasons to beat myself up. Yet my self-esteem is still rock solid positive, and I feel terrific about my path of growth. I learned a lot from those experiences, and without them I wouldn’t have the resilient mental software I now have. I understand that if I want to learn and grow, I have to allow room for mistakes and failure experiences.

In the years ahead, I expect to make even more mistakes. I’ll learn and grow from those mistakes too. I have to maintain this attitude in order to keep improving my mental software. What sense would it make to inject a low self-esteem virus into the mix by beating myself up? How could that possibly improve my performance? It could only improve my performance in the same way that being infected by a virus could. I’d learn to overcome the virus and become stronger as a result. This is an excellent way to frame self-esteem challenges – they show up to help you build even greater resilience.

Is this type of growth mindset normal in your life? Do most of your friends think this way? Most of mine do. Otherwise why would I want them as friends? What would be the point of having friends who will make me think that I’m somehow damaged or defective just because I fail now and then? In my life people with such negative attitudes are called “not friends.” 😉

Growth-Oriented Accountability

An important part of personal growth is accountability. When you pursue challenging goals, it can be especially helpful to have people holding you accountable – people who are keeping tabs on your progress. In Conscious Growth Club, we now have monthly accountability challenges where people agree to perform certain actions for at least a month, such as a new 30-day trial. Along the way they share regular progress updates with the group, including daily entries in a Google spreadsheet.

This form of accountability works well for many people. The extra social pressure can make success more likely. But sometimes we fall short. We miss a day. We don’t get as much done as we intended to.

In such cases there’s still no point in beating ourselves up. As we saw above, that isn’t going to help. Instead we need to look for ways we can adjust our programming to improve our performance. We want to analyze our assumptions and behaviors while avoiding the unhelpful practice of self-blame. Beating ourselves up isn’t the answer.

Accountability is a powerful tool, but we must wield it carefully. We need to avoid using it to give ourselves lashings when we fall short of our intentions. I think the proper use of accountability is to add positive pressure to get ourselves into the sweet spot of challenge and to feel strongly motivated to take action. Additionally, when we make mistakes or experience failure, we can leverage the accountability group as our personal brain trust to help us diagnose problems and make adjustments, so we can increase our chances of success going forward.

Accountability isn’t meant to be an additional threat to our self-esteem. The purpose of accountability is to help us learn and grow faster and more effectively than we could without it. It’s a performance tool.

Positive Reframes That Allow Room for Mistakes

When I was learning public speaking, one of the biggest shifts that helped me overcome nervousness was to adopt the belief that the audience is always on my side. The audience doesn’t want me to fail. How would that benefit them? Of course they want me to do well. I’m there to support the audience, and they’re there to support me. We all want the best for each other. If I make a mistake, it’s okay. People make mistakes, and sometimes mistakes are interesting to watch – even entertaining. As long as I recognize that we’re all on the same side, I’m free to relax and do my best.

Another reframe that helped tremendously was to think of myself as an explorer instead of an expert or guru. A guru sounds too perfect. An explorer is going to make mistakes because that’s part of the exploration process. What an explorer shares is always a work in progress because there’s always more exploring to do.

I also see an explorer as being capable of deeper honesty. The label of expert can be challenged, and therefore some might see a need to defend it. Can an expert still fail and make mistakes? It seems harder to create space for failure with this label. If you’re such an expert, then why did you fail? With this label there may be a tendency to cover up mistakes to protect one’s branding (or your own self-image if you start to believe the label yourself). Behind the scenes, experts are just as human as everyone else. They make a lot of mistakes. They procrastinate. They fall short again and again.

I like the explorer label because it feels more aligned with reality. Feel free to adopt it if you like it too. With this sort of label, we’re free to learn and grow, and we can screw up as much as we need to. You can fall off a cliff and still be an explorer. The label doesn’t need to be defended by the pretense of perfectionism. Even young kids can be explorers.

Going a bit deeper, I think it’s especially helpful to adopt the belief that the universe is always on your side. This is a very empowering lens for processing mistakes and failures. Why did life do this to you? Why did you have to go through tough times? It’s all just training to help you learn and grow. It’s strength training for your consciousness.

One of the most powerful reframes you can use is to apply gratitude where you might otherwise have a tendency to think poorly of yourself. Instead of beating yourself up when you fail, try saying “thank you” instead. Thank the universe for bringing you a meaningful growth challenge. Look at the weight that’s right in front of you, and feel some excitement that it’s going to help you grow stronger.

The more mistakes and failure you can handle without loss of self-esteem, the faster you can grow, and the grander and more expansive your growth experiences can be.

By Steve Pavlina

El puente Fú, el camino hacia la prosperidad.

19 Feb

Es con gran alegría que les anuncio que la primera re-edición de mi libro: El puente Fú, el camino hacia la prosperidad, ya esta a la venta. Lo pueden adquirir en las tiendas electrónicas siguientes: IBooks, Kobo, Google books, y próximamente en muchas más. Por el momento, esta edición sólo esta disponible en ebook, el cual contiene mucho más información, nuevos ejercicios que te ayudaran en tu crecimiento espiritual y personal e imágenes a color. Finalmente, sólo me resta desearte que tengas una amena y provechosa lectura y no dejes de trasmitirme tus impresiones, comentarios o sugerencias a través de mis redes sociales o blogs:
y a la brevedad posible te contestaré.


“El puente Fú”, es el resultado de siete años de trabajo espiritual en los que la autora ha adquirido diversos conocimientos y experiencias que ha compilado de una manera precisa y con un lenguaje claro y accesible a todos.


En la tradición china el símbolo Fú significa prosperidad y buena suerte, y en las fiestas del año nuevo chino suelen pegar imágenes de este símbolo para atraer las energías positivas para una vida más dichosa y un futuro mejor. De ahí que la autora decidiera llamarle a este libro El puente Fú, el camino hacia la prosperidad. Ya que en efecto, entre la información, las diversas técnicas de bienestar y los ejercicios que ella propone, llevaran al lector a tener la vida que siempre ha soñado: vivir como un ser humano pleno, en armonía con su entorno y en total abundancia.

Entre los temas que aborda el libro encontrará: los mantras, los sonidos mágico-espirituales que curan y transforman. ¿Qué es el Concepto Inmaculado? Crea tu libro alquímico-mágico, los ingredientes secretos de la pócima del éxito según Hércules, utiliza a tu favor el gran Secreto:«La Ley de la atracción». Esto y más aprenderá para impulsarlo y mantenerlo firme en la lucha diaria por la realización de sus sueños.

El puente Fú es una guía holística que no debe faltar en su biblioteca personal.


Da click en el siguiente link y cómpralo en la tienda de tu preferencia:

Lorena Lacaille escritora, metafísica, especialista en Feng Shui y terapeuta en EFT (técnicas de liberación emocional)




Wu wei, la filosofía oriental con la que conseguirá todo lo que se proponga

4 Feb

La “no acción” puede despertar nuestras conciencias

Bertrand Regader

A veces, la vida se vuelve tan complicada que resulta difícil no perderse en un torrente de sensaciones. Recuerdos dolorosos que nos recuerdan al pasado, sensaciones que nos llegan a través de los sentidos desde el presente, fantasías y temores que proyectamos hacia el futuro… Lo que nos ocurre de verdad se mezcla con lo creado por nuestra propia mente

A veces, este hecho hace que nos confundamos y lleguemos a un estado de saturación del que resulta complicado salir. Afortunadamente, hay formas de pensamiento provenientes de Asia que pueden servir para vivir de acuerdo al principio de la simplicidad.

En concreto, el taoísmo, una filosofía nacida en la China antigua, es conocido por haber creado un concepto para expresar esta idea: Wu Wei, que significa literalmente “no acción”.

9 consejos para aceptar los cambios de la vida

El camino del Tao

En un mundo en el que priman las ambiciones personales y las ansias de acumular poder, el Wu Wei es revolucionario, pero para entender su significado debemos retroceder más de 25 siglos, hasta llegar a la China contemporánea a filósofos griegos como Heráclito o Parménides.

En esta época, el pensador chino Lao Tse escribió un texto conocido como Tao Te Ching, o “libro del camino de la virtud”, que fue la pieza fundacional del taoísmo. ¿Cuál era la idea de virtud según este filósofo? Su concepción de lo que es moralmente bueno estaba muy relacionada con el modo en el que creía que funciona el cosmos, que entendía como un proceso de cambio constante que se produce de manera natural y fluida.

 Lao Tse creía que el estado natural de las cosas debía incluir el modo en el que las personas nos comportamos. De ese modo, el comportamiento apropiado es el que imita el fluir simple y natural de las cosas. El Wu Wei es justamente esta idea: no alterar el transcurso natural de las cosas saliéndonos del camino por el que, por defecto, fluyen las cosas.

Así, al contrario de lo que ocurre en las culturas occidentales, la filosofía del taoísmo no resalta la importancia de la acción, sino la necesidad de vivir de manera sencilla. Mientras que desde la mentalidad occidental los cambios son vistos como el fruto de luchas entre fuerzas de la naturaleza o de la sociedad, desde el taoísmo se entiende que los procesos de cambio son sencillos y naturales. Es decir, que no tiene sentido no aceptarlos y tratar de impedir que ocurran.

Una vida regida por el Wu Wei

El Wu Wei implica no concentrar la atención en necesidad de actuar, sino dejar que las cosas fluyan. Implica también sentir más apego por la sencillez que por las ambiciones y los deseos.

Pero, además, proporciona un estado mental que puede servir para meditar y para alcanzar un estado de relajación, perdiendo de vista las preocupaciones acerca de lo que nos imaginamos, lo que nos mantiene en el pasado y lo que ni siquiera tiene por qué ocurrir.

Esta poderosa idea es que, si queremos vivir el presente de forma auténtica, en vez de intentar olvidar o tratar de no pensar, simplemente debemos renunciar a estas preocupaciones. Ni intentar arrancárnoslas de encima, sino desprendernos de ellas con sencillez, no dedicar esfuerzos a mantenerlas como nosotros.

La idea que está detrás del Wu Wei es que muchas de las acciones que creemos que nos hacen vivir de forma más pura y simple en realidad las abordamos como misiones en las que hay un objetivo al que llegar mediante la acción, lo cual hace que nos frustremos.

Si en vez de enfocarlo de este modo aceptamos que la no acción es lo natural, que la virtud está en no alimentar nuestros problemas a través de nuestros esfuerzos por traerlos a la realidad, viviremos con más calma y dispondremos de un mejor equilibrio emocional.

Apreciando las virtudes de la sencillez

Si dejamos que la filosofía del Wu Wei entre en nuestras vidas, podremos abrazar la sencillez de nuestra existencia manteniéndonos al margen de dramas y preocupaciones que, aunque no nos demos cuenta de ello, necesitan de nuestro permiso para inundar nuestra mente.

Mantener la mirada fijada en lo que ya ha pasado y en lo que aún no estamos experimentando es esa clase de complicaciones a las que nos aferramos sin darnos cuenta.

El taoísmo propone que la naturaleza de los problemas que nos pueden llegar a asaltar a lo largo de nuestras vidas tiene que ver con el exceso, y no con la carencia; algo impensable para la cultura típicamente europea.

Así, las claves prácticas con las que guiarse para vivir según este principio de la simplicidad son las siguientes:

  • Dejar que la mente fluya en los momentos de calma, en vez de intentar dejar de pensar.
  • Aprender a apreciar el desarrollo de cambio natural de las cosas, que es aquél que se produce sin que nuestros objetivos y aspiraciones interfieran.
  • Aceptar que los problemas son creados de forma activa por nosotros.
  • No preocuparse por el modo en el que esos problemas son representados en nuestra mente, dejar que se disuelvan solos en el torrente de nuestro pensamiento.

En definitiva, la filosofía taoísta, a través del Wu Wei, nos invita a valorar la simplicidad como estilo de vida por encima de las apariencias, los deseos y las expectativas.

Para poder sacar provecho de este modo de vida es necesario dejar de asumir que lo malo que nos ocurre se debe a la falta de elementos y pasar a aceptar los procesos de cambio, cuando no los podemos evitar o hacerlo supondría crearnos nuevas complicaciones.


WU WEI LA QUIETUD CREATIVA Espiritualidad, conciencia, logra una vida plena






Compilación realizada por Lorena Lacaille.

Bring Your Life Into Alignment

14 Ene

When you have a satisfactory answer to a  big question related to the nature of life, the universe, and everything, the real challenge is integrating that answer into your daily life. How can you act in alignment with your most important values and beliefs?


Accepting Misalignment

The first step is to notice misalignment. Ask yourself this question: Where do I feel out of alignment right now?

Where are the misalignments? In which areas of life do you not feel that your best self is shining through?

When you recognize some of these misalignments, accept them for what they are. Accept the truths you’re observing. Try to treat truth alignment as a separate phase from love and power alignment. Don’t worry about exploring your desires and taking action in a new direction until you’ve accepted the truth that your current path is out of alignment.

Have you ever experienced that moment of clarity when you realized that you absolutely needed to transition out of your job or relationship, only to watch yourself delaying action for months? In such circumstances people are often tempted to justify their actions by pretending they’re okay with their current situation.

Don’t pretend. Don’t justify. Let the situation be lousy, and admit the truth to yourself.

Next, work on accepting the consequences of your truth. You’re probably shifting towards a major transition, one that will create ripples across all areas of your life. There’s no getting around that. This type of transition is a big deal, and it’s going to take courage, patience, and persistence.

Keep reminding yourself of the importance of alignment. If you’ve discovered a profound answer, and you’ve intelligently reasoned your way to the truth of it, remind yourself that there can be no satisfaction for you in the long run if you don’t bring your life into alignment with your truth.

Welcome the challenge that you’re facing. Stop resisting it, and just surrender to it. This type of challenge will make you stronger.

Turning Profound Answers Into Daily Practice

Perhaps my #1 tool for turning profound answers into daily practice is what I call Daily Conscious Time. This is a deliberate investment, typically 15-30 minutes per day but sometimes an hour or more, to work on alignment issues.

I usually do this in the form of journaling. Here are some of the questions I ask and answer during this time:

  1. Where does my life still feel out of alignment?
  2. What would a stronger alignment look like?
  3. What steps can I take to transition to a stronger alignment?

Here’s an example of how I may have answered some of these questions with respect to an alignment challenge I was facing back in 2008 when I was earning $12-13K per month from having third-party advertising on my website.

  1. I’m making good money from advertising, and it’s easy passive income. I could probably continue making a living this way for many years. But this doesn’t feel aligned. I don’t really want to be in the advertising business. This isn’t a path with a heart for me. It was a growth experience to explore this for a while, but it’s not going to help me grow if I keep doing this. The ads distract my readers, and I know they’d be better served by sticking around to read more articles. I can’t really control the ads that Google Adsense is serving up on my site each day, and I often don’t feel aligned with the ads I do see. If I keep earning income this way, I’m going to trap myself. I can’t allow my income streams to pull me out of alignment.
  2. I like abundance, but I want a more heart-centered way to create it. My priority is to help people grow, so I need a business model that enhances this aspect whereas advertising detracts from it. To have stronger alignment here, I need to feel more congruent with my business models. I know that when I seek a path with a heart and decline to settle for a partial match, everything works out beautifully – usually better than I imagined. Life is testing me here. I know that alignment is more important than money, and an ad-free site would feel more aligned to me.
  3. In the long run, I’ll need to experiment with other business models, such as direct sales of products or workshops. I could transition gradually, allowing the ads to keep running until I have replacement income streams established. But that feels cowardly. I see the truth here, and trying to transition slowly is very risky; that will just keep me stuck for longer, possibly for years. If I remove the ads now, my income will drop significantly, but I’ll feel more motivated to explore alternatives, and I trust my creativity. This will release a lot of stagnant energy and get me thinking in new directions, and it’s sure to improve my relationship with my readers. What would my best self do? He’d remove the ads and not look back. Actually doing that would take only minutes, but it would surely change the direction of my life (and my readers lives) for the better.

Imagine doing this kind of personal growth work almost every day, working through alignment issues large and small and doing your best to resolve them. You may not always succeed, but in the long run, this persistence will yield a more aligned life from top to bottom.

Take these alignment issues seriously. They truly matter. These challenges will test you, and you may feel that life is asking too much of you when it presents you with such a challenge. At first it may even feel like more of a curse than a blessing, but when you work through enough of these, you may actually start to welcome them because these are among the richest growth experiences you’ll encounter in this life.


Steve Pavlina


Más tips de feng shui para activar la energía del trabajo apoyándote en tu entorno!!

12 Ene


Usa tu dirección de prosperidad

Para cada uno de nosotros hay una dirección de prosperidad, que nos carga de un chi o energía positiva para impulsar nuestra carrera y nuestro trabajo. Tu dirección de prosperidad depende de tu fecha de nacimiento, puedes descubrirla en la tabla haciendo click AQUI. Luego vas a necesitar una brújula (o una aplicación para teléfonos celulares) para saber hacia qué dirección se encuentra tu dirección de prosperidad en cualquier momento que lo necesites.

Orientación de la cabecera de tu cama

El punto más importante es que la cabecera de la cama se encuentre hacia la esquina más alejada de la puerta, con una pared sin ventanas detrás y nunca en línea directa con la puerta. Al colocarla así, te aseguras un buen respaldo, cosa que te dará más seguridad a la hora de buscar empleo o pedir un aumento. Idealmente, en esta posición la cabecera de la cama debe apuntar hacia tu dirección de prosperidad, así, estarás un buen número de horas por día cargándote de esa energía. Pero en la práctica, no todo es tan perfecto, asi que… Si la dirección en que queda la cama no coincide con tu dirección de prosperidad, entonces al menos vístete todas las mañanas mirando hacia tu dirección de prosperidad, para comenzar el día cargado de un Chi positivo.

El área de Poder

Coloca un escritorio o mesa en un lugar conveniente de la casa, ubicado de manera que al sentarte allí quedes mirando hacia tu dirección de prosperidad. La altura más auspiciosa para el escritorio es 84cm (33 pulgadas). Generalmente las mesas y escritorios tienen una altura de unos 80cm, si es necesario, agrega una plataforma de madera para lograr la altura deseada y ajusta el asiento para que resulte cómodo. Es muy importante que realices tus llamadas o actividades de búsqueda de trabajo siempre mirando hacia tu dirección de prosperidad.

Mantén la motivación

Coloca en un lugar bien visible (enfrente de tu escritorio o de tu cama) una imagen u objeto que represente el trabajo que quieres lograr. No importa si recortas una foto de una revista en donde se vea a alguien trabajando: busca la manera de tener algo que te muestre el objetivo al que quieres llegar. La imagen debe estar enmarcada en rojo o en púrpura a fin de darle más energía.

Valora tus logros

Tus logros del pasado son la plataforma de tu autoestima y es necesario que la mantengas alta para que transmitas la sensación y la imagen de que tú mereces un trabajo o un ascenso. Conseguir un trabajo requiere tener buenos antecedentes: coloca en tu cuarto, en la esquina más alejada de la puerta, un diploma, fotografía u objeto que tenga que ver con tus logros profesionales o académicos y que sea clave para el trabajo que buscas.

Activa la energía próspera

Tu casa no tiene un “área de la prosperidad” !tiene varias! Aprende a localizarlas y a activarlas con las fórmulas que explicamos en la sección de Feng Shui para la Prosperidad.

Despídete bien de tu hogar

Coloca una foto de tus seres queridos o alguna cosa que te de ánimo y energía cerca de la puerta de tu casa, de modo que la veas antes de salir y te despida con buenas energías para tus entrevistas de trabajo.

Usa el color adecuado para las entrevistas

Rojo: Ideal para apacecer activo y llamar la atención.
Colores terrosos o azul: Serio, confiable y profesional.
Verde: Si la creatividad es importante para el trabajo que buscas.
Violeta o negro: Para transmitir jerarquía e individualidad.
Naranja: Para transmitir capacidad de trabajo en equipo.
Blanco: para trasmitir franqueza y honestidad.


Compilación realizada por Lorena Lacaille.