You have unlimited choices and potentials in your life. So, when you face a "crisis," take it as an opportunity to grow and it will take you to the next level of abundance. In the Chinese and Japanese languages, the word "Crisis" is written with two words: Danger and Opportunity. As the Principle of Yin and Yang teaches us, everything has two opposing facets: Negative and Positive, or Good and Bad. And it is up to you to focus on Negative or Positive aspect of life. In other words, the crisis (or issue or problem) that you are facing right…
Grace Ho is a best-selling author and a motivational speaker in business and self-fulfillment in Japan. She is also a life change expert using Mental Feng Shui.
Her unique approach to relationships and abundance, using the principles of Feng Shui and Sun-Tzu’s Art of War, is well-received and inspired thousands of people around the world. Grace’s Feng Shui is not for ordinary interior design, but her Feng Shui is what Chinese Emperors and Japanese Shoguns used to attract abundance and prosperity.
Feng Shui is not only re-arranging your furniture around, but also shifting your MIND and energy. It is Mental Feng Shui that works on your mind and inner intelligence.
Her true story: Grace lost her job and her professional career was shattered when her father was diagnosed as having cancer and she requested a leave of absence to take care of him. When her father survived a surgery and his cancer was stabilized, Grace faced a financial hardship. While many relationships crack during financial crisis, Grace took it to turn her life around.
In the Chinese and Japanese languages, the word “Crisis” is made up with two Chinese characters: “Danger” and “Opportunity.” Just like what Grace went through, you can learn how to make “Crisis” be “Opportunity” to grow and it will take you to the next level of success. Grace Ho’s One Minute Feng Shui for Prosperity (available on Amazon.com) can help you improve your relationships.
Grace is a Japanese born in Japan. She married to a Chinese-American, Daniel Ho. She holds two Master’s degrees from USC and UCLA. Currently she is serving as a member of the Board of Councilors of USC Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy Division, School of Dentistry. She is also an advanced hypnosis intructor certified by International Hypnosis Federation. She has lived in Japan, Los Angeles, Hawaii, Jakarta, Hong Kong, and Paris.