Let’s learn more about Feng Shui. If you have any questions, you will find the answer here!
What is Feng Shui? And does it really work? Certainly, you’ve read an article about Feng Shui for your home or office, and you have asked yourself about it. That’s why I want to explain to you what Feng Shui is all about, and why I know it works.
What is Feng Shui
Feng Shui is the art and science of organizing and designing environments that enhance the optimal flow of energy. The understanding of this statement is based on two things: that you believe the energy flows through the universe, and that you believe there is a way to take advantage of that energy.
And as I do not pretend that you blindly believe what I say with regards to energy, we are going to talk about the science of environment design to improve your quality of life.
One of the basic concepts that Feng Shui focuses on is that your home is a reflection of your mind. We project into the physical world what is happening in our minds. And this can be easily checked; you often get to know a lot of important information about a person simply by looking into their home.
How Feng Shui Works
Now let’s talk about energy. In Feng Shui you will hear very often the terms qi or chi, which means “vital force”. It’s a bit more ethereal than the electricity that powers appliances, but it’s real. Qi is the energy that animates life, and it has been scientifically proven that we have an “energy field” surrounding us.
How does this vital energy work? For example, if you live in a wet basement, the stagnant qi can restrict your personal energy field and make you feel personally stuck, developing diseases caused by that stagnation. Your financial and emotional life can also stagnate.
On the other hand, if you have a clean space, full with expansive sensory signals that make your energy field expand along with your personal magnetism, you will enjoy prosperity and abundance in all aspects.
The good news is that you don’t have to believe what I say to confirm whether Feng Shui works or not; you can put it into practice and observe the results. When you make specific changes in your home based on your needs and desires, focusing your energy to support your goals and intentions, you will understand how your outer space reflects the state of your mind, and how an outward change can change your inner state.
That’s why I think Feng Shui is not something paranormal or magical. Simply put, by making changes in your environment that can help you think more clearly and feel more secure, you can also incorporate those changes into your mind and, consequently, change your life. Would you dare to give it a try?
An important place for practicing Feng Shui is in your office. This is where most of us spend half of our lives. So are you ready to get focused and in charge?
Here are the rules:
1. Face your. vitality direction This will help you get energized and think clearly. You’ll be one of the top performers. If you have a solid wall behind you, you will have full support of your superiors.
2. Never have an entrance behind you because you will be subjected to paranoia resulting in a jumpy and excitable behavior. If you constantly believe people are working against you . . . they will.
3. Feng Shui Cure: Place a mirror to see who’s coming in. Place it in an area where you cannot see yourself else you will be staring in the mirror all day and not get anything done.
4. Never have windows behind you else your coworkers and higher ups will not have confidence in you or support you. Thus you may suffer the feeling of being ignored.
5. Feng Shui Cure: Place pictures of mountains behind you. This cure works best if the sector behind you is the element of earth.
6. Never have a sharp corner behind you as you will be blame for the mistakes of others and also be subjected to irritability.
7. Feng Shui Cure: Place a tree there to soften the corner.
8. Never sit to close to the main door. The one who sits closest to the main door will be bossed around by the underlings and will be treated with disrespect. So not a good place to situate the bosses as morale will be low. Also the one who sits close to, and in view of the main door will habitually leave early.
9. Lucky Bamboo should be in the east and southeast corner to represent health and wealth.
10. Lights and phones ideally in the south to represent good reputation. (Don’t forget to tie Feng Shui coins around you phones in help increase commission.)
11. Crystals in the southwest to encourage good relations.
12. Metal decor in the west and northwest to encourage creativity.
13. Fountains in the north to enhance one’s career path.
14. Finally crystals or globes in the northeast to enhance worldly knowledge and travels.