Feng Shui for Fertility: Baby Pictures
Dream Baby Pictures
Post pictures of your ideal baby in the Creativity and Children side of your house (more about the Bagua layout of your home here).
I personally had a picture of a little baby playing the drums on this side of my home. It was called Playtime by Keith Baker.
I saw this picture way back when I was only 18 and fell in love with how cute and energetic this little baby was.
So when I found that same picture for sale at a poster sale when I was 24 years old, I had to have it.
Even though I was nowhere close to getting married nor having thoughts about having children, the picture made me smile every time I would look at it.
Many years later, when I was ready to have children, I made sure this picture was hanging in the Creativity & Children Gua of my house.
I boosted up the energy by placing it with a yellow poster border and put it in a metal frame.
Thankfully, it only took a very short amount of time for us to conceive our little boy.
I Want to Bang On the Drums All Day!
Of course, we called him our little drummer boy and our birth announcement was a picture of our son holding drumsticks.
When he was old enough to sit up and bang on those drums, his picture replaced Keith Baker’s picture.
A few years have passed, but he still loves to bang on those drums, even in the early mornings and late at night.
For more information, read about the Children & Fertility section of the Bagua.
Fertility Feng Shui is a very complex and important topic.
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So I received an email from Keith Baker, the photographer of the baby drumming picture, Playtime, that I fell in love with and used in my Children & Creativity Gua when trying to conceive.
Interestingly, the picture was of Keith’s son named, of all things, Jesse.
Keith: Thank you so much for emailing me and sharing your story with me. This was a wonderful surprise, thank you so much!
My second son was born last year. I had used very similar tricks that I did with the first. He’s approaching the age where he could hold some drumsticks. Now we just need to find a set for the pictures!