Feng Shui Friday: 3 Simple Ways to Feng Shui With Food

By Jennifer Nguyen, Guest Contributor

Happy Feng Shui Friday!!

Did you know you can improve your energy by optimizing the Feng Shui of your food?? You can achieve this by applying some simple Feng Shui principles!

1. Elemental Balance~

Just as you would paint a room or add throw pillows to a chair, you can create plates full of many colors. Fruits and veggies come in every color of the rainbow so use them to your advantage when planning and preparing meals. Cooking with an array of colors will help optimize your Food Feng Shui!

2. Yin & Yang~

In food Yin represents mild flavors while Yang would represent bolder flavors. You can find these kind of balances in dishes combining flavors like “Sweet and Sour”. Balance in food and Feng Shui is very important and can also be created using textures like soft and crispy.

3. Aromatherapy~

What’s more pleasing to the senses than the smell of delicious food cooking? When you cook with highly fragrant seasoning like garlic and ginger the scents they create are not only delightful but rid the home of negative energy and fill them (and you!) with positive energy.

One last Fun Fact~

Your stove and it’s burners represent wealth. Use all of your burners evenly and repair any that may be broken to stimulate your wealth energy!

Thanks for reading!


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About Jennifer Nguyen: As a licensed stylist and wellness enthusiast of over a decade I’ve always had a passion for being physically active and exposing the light in others.

Jennifer Nguyen
Jennifer practicing yoga on the beach near Cocoa, Florida

In 2010 I was chosen to attend the Michael Coles Step Up summit where my spirit was awoken to chase my dreams of becoming an educator and motivator! My successful career in the salon industry has lent itself to my most recent journey of earning a college degree; this fall I will graduate with an Associates of Arts degree from EFSC and have been accepted into my bachelors program at the University of Central Florida.

I have kept my deep love for movement alive over the years; In 2013 I was a performer for international DJ Chan Ji Kim in Sound and Space and more recently as a yoga guide at both Peace Place Counseling & Wellness and the Yoga Surf School.

These days when I’m not playing on my mat or balancing my duties as a domestic goddess I can be found in my back yard garden, and chasing the Florida sun.   

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  • Ashly Chacko
    Posted September 11, 2015 10:12 pm 0Likes

    Interesting concept. I have never heard of Feng Shui in food to be honest, but this is definitely something to incorporate! 😀

  • Andrea Schulman
    Posted September 12, 2015 8:01 am 0Likes

    Hi Ashly! Yes, I had never heard of it either to be honest, but I thought it was pretty neat! I love Jennifer’s articles on feng shui 🙂

  • NV
    Posted January 11, 2017 3:48 pm 0Likes

    i love the idea of using all burners. I realize today that i use mostly 2 of the 4 burners lol

  • Andrea Schulman
    Posted January 12, 2017 9:29 am 0Likes

    that’s a good one, right? Jen’s got some good ideas:)

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