Feng Shui: It’s Much More Than You Think
Feng Shui is an invitation into a new feeling of support in your life. We must move away from thinking of Feng Shui as an order to arrange furniture or as low-budget interior design. The truth is that it’s so much more.
The landscape is a part of classical Feng Shui. The literal translation of Feng Shui is ‘Wind Water’ and it is of special importance. When we seek to understand how to optimize the best energy available, we must deal with the environment around us. The elevation of the land, curve of mountains, hills, waterways and, then, properly encourage Qi to meander to us so that we can benefit from it.
How do we do that?
First of all, it is important to determine the locality of a house and subsequently decide on the areas of the interior that have the most potent, vibrant energy to use.
The same energy influences people in different ways. Therefore, a house can affect its inhabitants differently, too. Feng Shui helps to determine the distinct energy of a house.
When a person is properly using in the space, and that doesn’t always mean the way the architect intended it, a person increases their potential and opportunities in life. The results are better sleep, health, increased accomplishments, a sense of well-being and confidence which allows a person to return to balance and harmony.
These techniques were used in ancient China. There were key Feng Shui advisors that were tasked to finding the right places for the emperor and keeping him in power. We can apply these principles to our modern cities, neighborhoods and homes.