Justin Is A Zen 'Belieber'
Justin Bieber may seem at odds with the rest of the world, but he’s really seeking inner calm... under his own roof.
Justin Bieber’s life may seem chaotic, but when it comes to inner peace and serenity he looks to his home to find good energy... literally.
The Canadian pop star made headlines this week for all the wrong reasons when he allegedly spat on his neighbor after an early morning ride in his Ferrari. But behind closed doors the Biebs wants his life to embody the more serene and calming elements of feng shui, says the superstar's neighbor, who got a visit from the singer when he was interested in buying her house.
"His broker said he practiced feng shui," Esther Evanheim told Celebuzz.
But apparently her home wasn't quite Zen enough for the pop star, so he splashed out $6.5 million on the perfect digs just a few houses away.
"He loved the house, but it was not was he was looking for," she said. "He wanted to have a view in the backyard. He wanted open space and movement. I've read up on Feng Shui and when you enter a house you need an air flow and different things.
"I believe he wanted more ways of the water and greenery."
Who knew J-Biebs was so deep?
Biebs' neighbor says the "Boyfriend" singer has been remodeling his 9,000 square-foot home that he purchased a year ago in the gated Calabasas, Calif., neighborhood for a couple of months now. Selena Gomez's ex has been trying to improve the positive energy throughout the mansion that boasts six bedrooms, an outdoor pool, spa, sauna, a separate guest house and a private movie theater, plus a wine cellar.
So does this mean he's still striving for happiness and fortune with some assistance from his interior designers?
Let's hope so, because it could come in handy. After his alleged spitting spat, it was reported that Bieber's BFF Lil Twist threw a massive party beer-filled party at his Calabasas sanctuary while the teen heartthrob was in Europe for the next leg of his Believe tour.
“The biggest misconception about me is that I’m a bad person,” he told Us Weekly. “I get upset about that. I have a big heart. I want to be a good role model, but some people want me to fail.
“I’m young and I make mistakes. That’s part of growing up,” he added. “I mess up sometimes...This business can break you down, but I have a strong team around me, and my family and all the fans. The love overcomes the negativity. I’m not perfect, but I’m growing and trying to be better everyday. That’s part of life.”
Will practicing feng shui help Justin Bieber to become more calm and Zen-like? Leave your comments below.