Fire is a powerful element tied to action, passion, and fame. It’s great for attracting clients, improving your social life, and supports getting your light out in the world. This is an important element to balance. Fire can elevate strong creative energy but can also burn if left unchecked.
Earth is associated with stability and security in both relationships and business. It is used to keep you grounded and safe.
Water is associated with abundance, prosperity, movement, cleansing, purification, and the flow of emotions. It is important to focus on the calming and soothing effects of water rather than the crashing waves.
Metal is associated with focus and clarity. By adding metal to your routine, it helps you to stay on track.
Wood is symbolic of new life, expansion, creativity, and health. It is needed to help you grow.
All five elements are needed to help you tap into your full chi, operate at your full potential, and vibrate at a higher frequency. As we unlock our highest selves, we become more efficient, productive and attract positive energy and results.
The Power Of LAOLA
"I was blessed enough to have been working with my desk chime as Laura was the interior designer in my home. I go from call to call with clients and in between coaching sessions, I apply change of energy to my specific need which is mainly health. I take the right breathing steps that wok for me and let the chimes go. It is an added asset of décor too!”"
My LAOLA Chime not only sits on the correct sector of the bagua of my home, it sits on the sector of wealth on my table as well. I make sure it is always clean and dust free as I utilize it to keep my wealth coming. It clears my mind in between meetings and re-centers my thoughts. I highly recommend it for focus.
My feng shui consultant instructed me to create an alter in the SW corner of my master bedroom for love and relationships. The desktop chime is the center of it. Not only is it high quality and beautiful to look at, but it’s also a great way to set the mood in the bedroom. We are reminded to take a moment to center ourselves in order to connect back to one another the way we should. It keeps up grounded and in tune.