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Valerie is the owner of Feng Shui Concepts, she is a Certified Feng Shui

Practitioner, a student of the Nine Harmonies School of Feng Shui under Carol Bridges.  She has studied under Master Lin Yun, founder of the BTB school of feng shui, as well as other experts in the field of feng shui.You can find Val at

http://www.fengshuiconcepts.net/home.html

 
The words used to describe the number 3 in numerology are catalyst and creativity.  A catalyst is something that, when introduced into a situation, changes it in some way without imposing its own energy into it.  An example of this would be a marriage counselor; the counselor is invited in for a time to help augment change but is not actually part of the relationship.  Another example would be an ingredient such as alcohol that affects change in a recipe but dissipates and leaves no traces of itself.
 In feng shui as well as numerology, the number 3 represents creativity.  We enter the world as an individual (1) and take on a relationship (2); out of this relationship comes a creative expression, the ultimate being a child.  This child then goes out into the world and continues the cycle – and becomes a catalyst in his/her own right.  There are cycles within cycles.
 The result of a creative expression is joy.  I’ve never painted, except maybe paint-by-number when I was a kid, but recently a friend urged me to pick up a brush, choose a color and put something on canvas.  I was petrified but pushed through – and I am now painting!  It doesn’t matter whether I’m any good or not, I’m just having fun doing something creative and it makes me happy.  So joy is the end-product of a creative expression. 
 Any time we can add some joy into this world it’s a very good thing, and that energy uplifts everyone around us.  We all know it’s a lot more fun to be around people who are happy than angry or frustrated. So do something creative and fun today – it’s “good feng shui”!