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Sally Adams

Sally Adams

R.N., L.Ac., Certified Feng Shui Practitioner

Sally's work in the healing arts spans three decades. Her twenty years of Western medical experience includes a career in Registered Nursing where she specialized in emergency medicine.

An interest in holistic healing inspired Sally to enroll in Graduate School where in 1993 she earned a Master's Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is both nationally certified and licensed in Acupuncture by the Medical Board of the State of California. Sally has a private practice in San Marcos, California where she has enjoyed treating clients since 1995.

For more information: Loving Feng Shui



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Sally Adams



  Sally Adams: Bagua Map - #1: Health & Family Gua
Ready to Explore the Bagua Map? We begin our journey with the Health & Family Gua located in the left central square of the map as you stand at the entrance facing into the house.


  Sally Adams: Bagua Map - #2: Wealth & Prosperity Gua
The Wealth & Prosperity Gua sits at the far left corner of your home as you stand at the entry facing into the house. Find ways to bring abundance into your life through placing certain items in this Gua.


  Sally Adams: Clearing Clutter
When the spaces we inhabit on a daily basis are overfilled or disorganized, our physical, emotional and mental energy becomes drained and stagnant. Feelings of frustration and fatigue result.


  Sally Adams: The "treasure map" of Feng Shui
The Bagua map, sometimes referred to as a "treasure map", is used in Feng Shui as a guide to help you map the energies of your home, business or property.


  Sally Adams: The Mouth of Chi
In Feng Shui terms, the approach and entry of a building or home is known as the “mouth of Chi”. Using Feng Shui principles to create a welcoming entry can work like a magnetic charm to attract positive energy and more....


  Sally Adams: Understanding the Feng Shui Bagua Map
The Bagua Map is an important tool used in the practice of Feng Shui. Ba means eight, and gua translates as “ever changing facets of life”. The Bagua map can be superimposed over any building or landscape to indicate...