Feng Shui Tips for Positive Energy

January 19, 2014 by  
Filed under Wind Energy Tips

Change always works from the inner to the outer—this is a fundamental principle of Feng Shui. 

Chi or life force is very similar to many of the elements that we use, feel, taste, smell and see in every moment of our lives. In fact, it is the energy that gives power to everything around and inside of us. According to Feng Shui philosophy, chi is influenced by everything concrete in our lives. Our possessions and where they are located can all affect chi energy. Even the layout of our homes and offices affects chi energy. By adding and taking away objects, changing the positioning of furniture, plants, wall art, and more, we can increase our good luck.

You cannot see the wind but you can feel its effects in the leaves and branches on a tree gently swaying from side to side, or the scent of fresh flowers as a breeze carries it across a meadow.

What works for one person will not work for you unless you have faith. Use Feng Shui to enhance your being, tastes and desires in the way that best works for you. To focus on something, bring your attention in line with your intention.

To activate some basic Feng Shui prior to making actual changes in your living space, you could think of incorporating few simple tips.

1. The door and entrance are key points of the entire living space; there’s a lot you can do at this point. Cheerful lighting is the easiest. Add a warm lamp to your entryway; install lights along your driveway to make your place look inviting and cheerful.

2. Energy must flow unrestricted to have good Chi; if it is blocked or stagnant you may find it hard to get moving and to keep moving. Remove obstructions and clutter from your pathways, hallways, driveway and entry. Keep them open and clear for free flowing Chi (energy).

3. The bed is the most important place in the home or apartment following the door and entryway. It can affect all areas of your life, including the areas of health, marriage and prosperity.

4. Balance and harmony are fundamentals of Feng Shui. Walk around and feel the energy of your space—how does it feel to you? If you detect a lack of balance or harmony in a particular area, take note of it and try to realign things.

For those who are keen on activating fame with career luck especially in sports, you could try tapping into the power of Horses. In Feng Shui, the horse, whose natural element is fire, is the seventh creature of the Chinese zodiac. It is favourably regarded as one of the animals that exude Yang energy and its representative direction on the zodiac is the South. The horse is emblematic of nobility, class and a comfortable lifestyle, and stands for speed and perseverance. A very unique combination of a Monkey sitting on Horse is a popular Feng Shui symbolism in the eastern countries to stimulate the promotion luck. Displaying your sports achievements in the South sector of your home would aid your intention to do better.

The writer is a master Feng Shui consultant.

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