Feng Shui for Love: Get The Love you Want in 2012!

You get Love No Matter What! 

Join me for a Feng Shui Tele-Seminar, Feb 21st & Feb 29th, 6PM-8PM PST, that focuses on the Hub of Love: Your Bedroom!


Your bedroom is always broadcasting about your love life, but is it the message you want to send?


You know this is the right seminar for you if…

  • You are ready to bring in the right partner into your life.
  • You want to improve your current relationship and deepen in your intimacy.
  • You are ready to put the sizzle back into your love life!
  • You can’t sleep in your bedroom and you would like to learn how to turn it into a nurturing space.
  • You want to learn how your bedroom can help you achieve all of these things.

I invite you to take this journey into the heart of your bedroom. Let’s turn it into a sanctuary for love and rejuvenation!


Helping you with creating a sacred space in your life for opening up to greater intimacy and attracting the right relationship is one of my greatest loves. I have personally created a bedroom that magnetizes love for many including myself, and was recently engaged to an amazing man!


I look forward to connecting with you!


This $69 price is good through Feb 17- then it will be $99. 


This Tele-Series will be held on two evenings, Feb 21st & Feb 29th from 6:30PM-8:30 PM PST. 


You will receive a Tele-conference number once you have registered. 


Click here to order

Feng Shui Your Bedroom Part II: Rewrite Your Inner Script and Open Up to Love!


Our last tele-seminar on how to Feng Shui your Bedroom for Love was a big hit.  So we’re doing it again! Only this time we are taking an inside out approach. 

Everyone has an inner monologue about love.

What is yours?

 Does it support you in feeling valuable and worthy of love?  Is it supporting you in manifesting the partnership you desire, or do you catch yourself saying things like

 “All the good men/woman in this city are taken,” or “I’m too old for love,” or I’m too damaged for love, “ “ love is for other people,” or “love belongs in romantic comedies not in real life.”, etc. etc. etc…

 If any of these messages or the many others that you can imagine have crosses your mind, you may be living with a self-sabotaging inner script.

In Our Upcoming Tele-Seminar, you will learn how to:

  • Identify self-sabotaging beliefs and behaviors that may be keeping you out love

  •  Replace them with new messages that nurture your self-worth and support you in both feeling attractive and magnetizing love with grace and ease!

  • Raise your love thermostat and keeping it calibrated at the “Soulmate” love level!

We will also review the 15 Bedroom Blunders and how to take your love life from single to sizzle by creating a sanctuary for love in the bedroom.

JOIN ME again from 7:00pm – 8:15 pm Pacific Time on Wedsnday, December 15th 2010.

Click here below to register and receive your dial in number and pin!

I will do my best to answer as many questions as  time permits at the end of the call.

 Please feel free to invite your friends to join us as well.
I can’t wait to be with you on the call.


With Love, 
Inessa Freylekhman, MA


The Ultimate Feng Shui Workshop for Love


“You know youre in love when you don’t want to fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.” Dr. Suess

Did you know that the bedroom is the hub of love and that when things get funky or awry in your love life, then the first place to make Feng Shui enhancements is always to the bedroom! Moreover, creating a nurturing bedroom can support you in moving into a deeper conscious relationship with yourself, which is so essential to manifesting a partner!

Regardless of where you are in the process of attracting your “one,” Feng Shui from the Heart will provide you with sure fire tools to align your home with your heart’s desire!

In Feng Shui for Love you will…

  •  Develop a vision of your ideal mate!
  • Release inner and outer blocks to love
  • Receive powerful tips for de-cluttering your love life!
  • Learn Feng Shui cures for turning your bedroom into a sanctuary for love!

Where: Philosophy & Tea, 13850 Bel-Red Rd

Bellevue, WA 98008

When: April 29, 7:30-9:30PM

Cost: $25 at the door & 20 in advance

Space in limited, to RSVP please call 425-891-6242



Listen to Post Valentine’s Day Tele-Seminar, Lessons on Love

 If you missed my post Valentine’s Day Seminar, Lessons on Love, you can still listen to it here


Lessons On Love- A Complimentary Tele- Seminar on Feb 16, 8-9:30PM


Please join me and dating strategist Damona Resnick, for a complimentary tele-seminar that will support you in preparing and attracting the love of your life!!!

To register, for more info, and to receive your complimentary call in number, please visit: http://www.dearmrsd.com/email/lessons/

How to Turn a Bedroom Blunder into a Heart-Centered Wonder! A Tele-Seminar!

How to Convert a Bedroom Blunder into a Heart-Centered Wonder


What message does your bedroom send out about you?

Is it holding your single status in place?

Whether you’re single and looking for the right partner, or in a relationship and want to deepen your intimacy, then the first place to start is in the bedroom!

In this Tele-Seminar, you will learn sure fire tips to transform your bedroom from hum drum and boring into a sanctuary for love!

We will……….

1. Identify Major Bedrooms Romance Zappers

2. Show you how to arrange your bedroom for Rest, Romance & Rejuvenation

3. Turn your bedroom into a Drama-Free Zone!

4. Apply the “Love” grid to your bedroom to amplify your intentions!

When: Wednesday February 11, 2009, 7:00PM-8:30PM

Cost: $10, refer a friend and pay $5!

Where: Tele-Seminar Conference Line.
Once you have RSVP’d, you will receive an email with the phone number and access code!

Please RSVP by sending me an email: fengshuifromtheheart@yahoo.com. Payment can be made via pay pal or by check!

Inessa Freylekhman, professional Feng Shui Practitioner and MA in Spiritual Psychology offers life-enhancing services to men and woman from all walks of life. Her work has appeared in LA Yoga Magazine, on KPFK, Star 98.7 and various Internet Talk Shows.

Is Your Bedroom Zapping all the Romance out of Your Relationship?

See if any of the statements below ring true for you….

1. From my bed, I can’t see the door.
2. From my bed I’m looking at the door to the toilet
3. From my bed I’m looking straight at the TV, or have the TV exposed most of the time.
4. My bed is too small for anyone else but me and maybe my dog.
5. My bed makes a terrible squeaky noise.
6. My sheets are white and my bedroom is devoid of color.
7. I’m still using the same sheets I slept in with my ex.
8. My bedroom has too much color!
9. I can’t fall asleep!
10. “Make Love”, is that a foreign film, I could rent at Blockbuster Video?
13. I hate the pictures on the wall
14. The walls are bare there is nothing to look at
15. The room feels cold and uninspired
16. The room feels like it’s more about my partners energy than mine
17. I work in my bedroom
18. There are lots of books in the bedroom
19. I workout in the bedroom
20. I study and read and in my bedroom
21. I fall sleep on the coach, and never make it to my bed
22. My nightstand are filled with clutter
23. I still have pictures of my ex boyfriend in my room.
24. One side of my bed is pushed up against the wall

If you answered yes to even ONE of these, then you’re probably like most people and there is something not supporting you in your bedroom.

Not Every Frog You Kiss Turns into a Prince!

The Feng Shui of Dating.

I’m not much of a dater. Never have been. I usually know within the first 5 minutes if you’re the person I’m going to marry. This eliminates lots of time spent wining and dining me and getting to know each better.

One day a friend of mine, an author of books on attracting love and dating suggested I re-frame my notion of dating. She said that perhaps dating didn’t have to feel like an energy drain, but could actually be fun! I didn’t know what could be fun about sitting across a table from a guy that you know you’re never going to marry, you’re never going to sleep with, and you’re never going to kiss-if I want a gourmet free meal, I can go home to my parents. My mother is an excellent chef!  

Nevertheless, one night while I was experimenting with this new possibility, I went to a friend’s art openings and met Frank. He was nice and cute, but extremely short. He said he was documentary producer and a tutor on the side. I got this strange feeling about him that I can’t really explain. Since I was donning my new attitude I decided that I’m not going to assume I know everything.

We set a date and time. We were to meet at a nice Thai restaurant in Santa Monica for lunch. I wore my new pink sweater with tight jeans and an adorable blue hat that framed my face. I was excited and I liked this new feeling of not placing a label on Frank. I noticed my mind wanting to go to its familiar place of “OK, so what’s the hit? Is he the soulmate?” But instead I said, “I won’t go there, at least not until after the date.”

As I was looking for parking, I got a call from Frank. “Hey, listen, I’m on my way. I was in such a rush leaving the house that I left my wallet at home and I’m already so close, would you mind covering for me?” I thought about this for a moment. The old me would say, “That’s OK, I’ll wait for you. Why don’t you turn around and go home and get your wallet.”  But this was the new me, so I said, “Oh no problem.”

I’ve always had men pay for me, so I was stretching myself here. The newness of my attitude was refreshing, but simultaneously I was experiencing nausea creeping up in my belly. When I got to the restaurant, he was already there-sitting on the side of the table that had the widest view of the entire room, up against the wall, and in Feng Shui that would be known as the “commanding position.” It’s basically the power spot. He didn’t ask me where I wanted to sit-so I sat right in front of him, with my back exposed to all the traffic of waiters walking by and customers being seated at their tables.  For a Feng Shui practitioner, or anyone who is hyper attuned to their environment, it’s a very uncomfortable position. Not to mention it’s not very courteous of Frank! Here’s how the rest of the date went:

Frank: Hi, so nice to see you.

Frank doesn’t get out of his seat to greet me.

Inessa: Sorry I’m a few minutes late. I was looking for parking.

Frank: Oh, ya. Listen, do you have $2 in quarters. I parked at the meter and like I said, I left my wallet at home.

Inessa takes out two dollars from her wallet.

Frank takes the money and runs out of the restaurant. While Inessa sits and waits she becomes increasingly more and more irritated and decides to make herself more comfortable by switching seats and taking Frank’s place. Frank comes back into the restaurant.

Frank: I don’t get it.

Inessa: You don’t get what?

Frank continues to stand with his mouth gaping wide.

Frank: Why did you take my seat?

Inessa: Well, as you know, I practice feng shui-the art of placement- and I was feeling very uneasy sitting with my back to the door.

Frank: Nice one.

Inessa: I can move back if you’d like.

Frank: That’s fine, but just this time.

They look through the menu and order. There is a tense silence. Inessa occasionally taps her glass with her fork.

Frank: You know, in my house, I always got the chair with the best view.

Inessa: Really, well in my house we had this thing called chivalry, and the men honored the women.

In a nutshell, I learned that new paradigms are fun to try out and it’s always a good idea to stretch yourself and your beliefs and have more expansive flexible ways of thinking. However, in this situation, the red flags were apparent from the first moment I met Frank when I had a strange feeling.  I want to acknowledge myself for trying something new and taking a risk. I still believe that the greatest knowing comes from within. Even if a book or a friend tells you to so something doesn’t mean that you should go out of your way to do things that don’t feel natural. I don’t believe we are all made equally-some of us are more attuned to our intuition then others, and when we are ready, then the right partner will show up and we don’t need to do things that we don’t like in order to make it happen. For example, it could happen in the store, at the gas station, and most likely it will happen where and when you least expect it.  

What’s He Doing with a Crash Pad in His Bedroom?

Yesterday I visited the home of two bachelors in their late thirties maybe early forties. Both are very handsome men, athletic and successful-oh and did I mention extremely confident in their abilities to woo and romance women.

However, neither of them are currently in relationships and both say that they want something more serious. At least that’s what they are saying with their lips. Their bedrooms told me a slightly different story.  

Luke, an avid mountain climber and daredevil, ended his last relationship becasue he felt like the girl had a big hole that needed to be filled and nothing he could do could fill it and boy did he try.

OK, so why are you attracting girls with holes to fill?  What belief are you holding onto that would bring in that type of experience?

I found a clue in the relationship section of his room. By the way, in case you don’t know already, the relationship section is always in the far right hand corner of every room and the house (from the front door and the doors to every room.)

In Luke’s relationship corner was… and I kid you not, “A Crash Pad.” If you’re not familiar with that gadget is, let me tell you! A crash pad is used by mountain climbers as an intervention tool between them, the mountain and the ground. It’s so that if they fall from the mountain, the crash won’t be so bad, and their landing will be much softer.  

Yikes, so in Luke’s mind (probably unconscious) he was setting himself up already for the inevitable “Crash” in his relationships.  I mean he had the crash pad positioned on the other side of his bed and it was partially blocking a prospective partners entrance.

Luke says that this was the first time that he left, and that usually he stays and caretakes in this type of relationship.  Kudos on that one Luke!

Perhaps on some level the “crash pad” was helping, but only to the extent of supporting the existing  paradigm that he’s holding onto about relationships in general. In other words, he wouldn’t even be attracting women that needed to be fixed unless somewhere in him was the matching energy of “over-responsibility” and since  I’m all about setting him to experience ultimate fulfillment, the “crash pad” has to go!

Moving the crash pad reinforces the already shift in his consciousness of attracting in healthier relationships.

In Jim’s Romance section we found a picture of his old girlfriend from Australia, from 7 years ago. She was in a little plastic zip lock bag, “But that relationship didn’t end poorly,” he said.

Doesn’t matter. Old picture, old girlfriend, old energy and thus no space for someone new.  So the picture along with the crash pad went into storage.

Both men’s beds were not exactly in the “ideal Feng Shui” position either, which essentially means having the widest view of the room and the door from where you are sleeping and not being intersected with energy from the door. Yes, many Feng Shui books talk about positioning your bed facing north. That might work, but not at the expense of having a partial view of the door. Even cowboys knew that they had the most power and less chances of being killed when they had the widest vantage point.

For both men, the door was directly in alignment with the bed and the energy was cutting them somewhere between their hearts and their male genitalia.

My interpretation:  You’re not fully integrated yet between heart/mind and pure physical attraction when it comes to making romantic choices in your love life and can sometimes be purely driven below the belt. Moreover, because you have to crank your head to see who is entering, this could be a sign of unforeseen events or a blind spot in you perceptual filter.

My next step is to get the guys to move their beds into the commanding/power position.

Wish Me Good Luck!

Listen to “Just for Women: Dating and Relationships,” where I show you how to “Attract Love by Moving your Stuff!”