Grace Ho’s article on Japanese elegance

Grace’s latest article in “Are You Happy? Magazine” September issue was just released in Japan on July 30, 2011. (pp. 108-109)

She talks about the benefit of Japanese

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elegance and intellectuality in busy daily life.

2011-6-16 Radio TJS Interview

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Done in Japanese, about communication & making your dream come true.

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June 7, 2011 Radio Show

Just finished a radio talk show.

I enjoyed talking with the wonderful host, Inez Bracy.

We discussed how Mental Feng Shui™ can help you overcome with hard times now.
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Always remember that the word Crisis (危機) is made up with two characters:

“Danger” and “Opportunity.”

I believe a Crisis is a wakeup call to make you realize your potentials which are much bigger than what you think you are.

Grace’s 6-page article on “Are You Happy?” 2011 July issue

Grace’s 6-page article is featured in “Are You Happy?” 2011 July issue.

Grace discusses about the law of happiness.

It all starts with your mind.

The true abundance is a harmony and balance of Love, Health, and Prosperity.

After you have the right mindset, all you need is knowledge and massive action.

Make it your habit to say “Thank you.”

Imagine your dream and change your words and thoughts accordingly.

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Grace Ho in USC Occupational Science & OT Magazine (Spring 2011)

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Trojans Leading the Way to the AOTA Centennial Vision.”

AOTA (American Occupational Therapy Association) will be celebrating its Centennial Anniversary in 2017.

Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy help people redesign lifestyle(TM).

I am working to expand our professional horizon.

Grace Ho in the Weekly (USC Health Campus Magazine)

Grace Ho was on Page 2 of the Weekly (April 1, 2011, vol. 7, no. 11).

The Weekly is a weekly newsletter distributed at University of Southern California Health Campus.

Grace Ho’s Mental Feng Shui™ article on PV News (3/24/2011)

Grace Ho was inverviewed by Palos Verdes Peninsula News (an edition of Daily Breeze).

Grace discussed about her Mental Feng Shui™.

Feng Shui-ing the American mindset

By Robert Doss, Special to the News
Monday, March 28, 2011 11:28 AM PDT

PV author delves into finding fulfillment through ancient philosophies applied to the U.S.

Having a mind and a life that is free of negativity and stress are keys to obtaining prosperity and happiness.

It might sound as if achieving such a lifestyle and mindset is easier said than done, but Palos Verdes resident and author Grace Ho provides a guideline in her book “One Minute Feng Shui for Prosperity.”

“I wrote the book to provide a brief overview of feng shui and gaining mental control to the American audience,” she said. “Feng Shui is not only about moving your furniture around or shifting your living space; it’s also about shifting your mindset.”

In her book, Ho addresses the three major schools of Feng Shui as more than rearranging one’s office or home. She delves into the philosophy’s regenerative powers on the mind and how people can enjoy fulfilling lives through its principles.

“During the era of Chinese emperors and Japanese Shoguns, they hired Feng Shui masters to teach the people how to develop the mindset of an emperor or a king,” she said.

Ho said that she never thought about writing books until the sudden death of her mother in 2003. Writing provided her a therapeutic way of dealing with such a tragic event, and it also opened up a new direction in life.

“I was going through a grieving period, so I started writing a blog to relieve the emotions of missing my mother,” she said. “For me, writing was healing for my soul.”

In that moment of crisis, Ho sought out an opportunity to create something positive out of a negative situation, which is one of the principles of Feng Shui.

“Crisis is the principle of yin and yang,” she said. “The word crisis in the Chinese and Japanese languages is made up of two characters; one represents danger and the other represents opportunity.”

Ho added that in the midst of danger, an opportunity presents itself for people to change the way they think and react to certain situations that happen in their lives.

“Things happen for a reason, and when they do, it’s usually God’s or the universe’s wake-up call,” she said. “Whatever you’ve been doing and it’s not working, you need to find a new way of doing things.”

Ho said she believes that emotional attachment to material things prevents people from making the most out of their lives.

“In Japan, there is an old proverb saying ‘let it go,’” she said. “Take the financial crisis of 2008. People tried to cling onto their material things, but attachment can create additional suffering.”

Feng shui is not about worshipping any image as in religion. Rather, it is about keeping the inner self healthy and utilizing one’s mindset to his or her advantage.

“You should have a nice flow of chi energy, which serves as a person’s life force,” Ho said. “You shouldn’t have a clutter of your environment or your mind because clutter can stop the flow of your chi energy: By moving furniture, one is decluttering his or her environment, and as far as the mental aspects are concerned, while an individual is engaging in a purposeful activity, the mind gets focused and becomes clutter-free.”

Balance and harmony are also key elements to feng shui. Having a good balance of love, health and prosperity will create a more joyful and satisfying environment.

“Throughout my consulting career, people have come to me for three primary reasons: money, relationships or health,” Ho said. “People have so much trouble in these areas because their life has been centered on a particular area: When you have the proper balance of these three factors, then you have achieved true happiness in life.”

In addition, Ho writes that Feng Shui teaches an individual to be self-reflective, and not to dwell on past failures, but to concentrate on future successes.

“You can change yourself and your future, but you cannot change other people and your past,” she writes. “Your past is done and it is history: Although you cannot change what has happened to your life, you can redefine your past by what you are and who you are now.”

Ho is the author of seven nonfiction economy, business and self-help books in Japan. “One Minute Feng Shui for Prosperity” is the first book she has written in English. It is currently ranked No. 1 on the best-seller list in Japan and No. 2 in the global market on U.S. Kindle/Amazon.

“I am so happy and honored that my book is helping and healing people,” Ho said. “My message to people is to just have an open mind.”

“One Minute Feng Shui for Prosperity” is available at For more information about the author and her books, visit her website at

Grace Ho featured in Katei Gaho, March Issue (pp134-135)

Katei Gaho is one of Japan’s most prestigious fashion and lifestyle magazines.

This is me in FENDI’s Spring Collection.

You can see the same dress at FENDI Boutique on Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills and

at Newman Marcus.

It was such a wonderful experience: Professional hair and makeup artist and stylist came over.

It was like a dream…. I felt like a super model.

The photographer was one of the best in Japan.

They spent 90 minutes to get me ready to be in front of the camera.


This is me with Hayashi-san (Hair & Makeup, left) and Baba-san (Stylist).

And this is me with Shikada-san (Deputy Editor

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in Chief, right) and Chiba-san (Editorial Manager, left).

They are such fashionable ladies.

I really wish I took a picture with the Master Photographer, Nabeshima-san.

He is one of the leading fashion photographers in Japan.

And here is my friend, Dr. Keiko on pp.138-139.

They are all wonderful people.

I appreciate this opportunity to work with them.

(c) Grace Ho.

Grace Ho's Article about Happy Marriage in March Issue.

Grace Ho’s Article about Happy Marriage in March Issue.

February 2, 2011  |  Grace's Media Activities & Articles, Mental Feng Shui Blog  |  Comments Off

Starting 2011 February issue, “Are you HAPPY?” Magazine has featured Grace Ho’s article every month.

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What to Say and What Not to Say to Your Husband for a Happy Marriage.”

It is a 2-page article .

Publisher: Kofuku no Kagaku

Grace’s Interview Article in Japan’s “Argent” Magazine (2010 November issue)


“Argent” is a money magazine for young adult audience in Japan.

The 2010 November issue was just released on 9/21/2010 in Japan.

The editor interviewed Grace Ho, and put a 2-page article was her.

The photo of Grace Ho, wearing Prada silk blouse is taken in front of Kerry Harlan’s “Portofino,” her favorite painter.


2010 Copyright by Madam Ho. All rights reserved.