Feng Shui Made Easy: First Impressions Worksheet

Posted by – February 22, 2016
Categories: Excerpt

First Impressions Worksheet

From Feng Shui Made Easy by William Spear

 

Evaluate only what is asked of you. Check the possible responses, or write another response in the space provided. Remember: Impressions are feelings, not thoughts.

1. What is the first thing you saw when you arrived?


 

2. If you didn’t know who lived here, what would your impressions on the way to the front door tell you?


 

3. What is the first aroma you notice in the house?

Floral
Musty
Wet Dog
Incense
Books
Shoes
Cleanser
Food
Perfume
Wood
Seaside
Meat
Other:

 

4. What patterns did you notice in the entryway?

Checkerboard
Dots
X’s
Curved Lines
Stars
Floral Prints
Spirals
Straight Lines
Diamonds
Other:

 

5. What did you hear when you arrived?

Television
Kids
Dog
Music
Electrical Humming
People Talking
Aquarium
Traffic
Heat/AC Vents
Other:

 

6. What did you notice here that needs fixing?

Broken Doorbell
Light Bulb Out
Broken Step
Torn Carpet
Cracked Glass (Window) Exposed
Wires
Door That Sticks
Water Damage on Wall
Loose Fixture
Other:

 

7. Overall, what is your impression of me, based only on what you have seen so far, responding as if this is the first time you have come here and the relationship with me is completely new?

Warm
Cool
Distant
Serious
Professional
Intimate
Rich
Confused
Busy
Intense
Sexy
Spaced Out
Creative
Plain
Radical
Powerful
Elegant
Artistic
Frigid
Depressed
Healthy
Lonely
Tired
Open-Minded
Cheap
Conservative
Happy
Cold
Worldly
Cautious
Innovative
Other:

 

8. What did you experience in the environment that caused you to check the responses above?


 

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