In walking around my lovely neighborhood of Park Slope, Brooklyn, I’ve always felt that it has great Feng Shui.
There are lots of contributing factors to this — it’s located on a lovely gentle slope (surprise ), the streets are lined with healthy trees and century-old brownstones, and the main shopping street keeps (mostly) thriving despite the economic conditions of the past few years.
In fact it seems that the neighborhood was designed so that the anchoring stores have their entries in the ideal Feng Shui location:
Customers are invited in from two directions at once when the entry is positioned diagonal to the corner: ideal retail Feng Shui.
This pharmacy sits on the opposite corner to the stationery shop above, so when shoppers stand at this intersection they’re beckoned by both inviting shops.
This real-estate location adds a customer-friendly touch with a wonderful clock that helps busy shoppers keep track of their time.
Don’t you love how this grocer has spread his colorful wares all the way around the corner? You just can’t miss it!
Coincidence? Or good Feng Shui? What do you think?