The feng shui fame and reputation area of the bagua map represents how others perceive you, how things come to you (is it with integrity and honesty?), and self worth. By enhancing this area, you allow yourself to receive the success and admiration that flows naturally to you when you act with integrity and follow your life’s calling.
The word associated with the fame and reputation area of the feng shui bagua map is “integrity.â€? By enhancing this area and raising your level of integrity, you will get the recognition, respect, and acknowledgement you deserve.
Enhance the feng shui fame and reputation area of the bagua map if you would like to: improve business; receive recognition and acknowledgement; foster a better reputation; become more well-known; feel more courageous; get respect from others; increase your self-worth; or have more integrity.
This area isn’t simply about getting rich and famous or becoming the next Madonna. The feng shui fame and reputation area reflects your core values, your honesty, and illumination from within. Too much of a good thing—including fame—can be detrimental to your well-being. By enhancing this area, you will ensure that you get the acknowledgement and support you deserve, while still retaining a strong sense of self-worth and assuredness.
How do you know if you need to address your fame and reputation area? Signs of imbalance include: you are overly concerned with others' opinions; you have no self-confidence; you are waiting for someone “to show you how”; you are scared of death; you are overlooked at work or aren’t getting interesting projects; you are having difficulty finding a new job; you have too much fame and not enough time for other things.
Generally, enhancements for the fame / reputation area of the bagua map focus on the qualities of “illumination” and growth. Choose all kinds of lighting and anything else that represents the fire element. Tall, vertical objects will foster growth, while symbols of your goals and accomplishments will help you to focus your intentions.
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