Who wants to be sick? Nobody! The importance of feeling vital, healthy, and strong cannot be underestimated. For many people, ‘health is wealth’. The ancient Feng Shui masters truly understood there is a direct relationship between your health and the quality of energy in your home or office space.
Getting you aligned with supportive energy specific to you is pretty easy with Feng Shui. The go-to tool is the Eight Mansions system. This system relies on the premise that there are specific areas that are responsible for different areas of one’s life such as overall success, relationships, health, and stability. Since we spend about 1/3 of our lives asleep, the bedroom would be the primary target to make any necessary adjustments to ensure proper alignment. We want to ensure that you are sleeping in a supportive sector and direction!
Based on your date of birth, your practitioner will calculate your personal best directions and can help you get situated in these defined areas of your home. This is can be critical if you are dealing with a major illness and/or recovering from surgery.
In my practice, I also evaluate the exterior to assess the quality of the energy coming into a home or business, proper placement of water, kitchen, and stove. I look at a person’s home office and desk alignment. All of these are contributing factors that need to be considered in Classical Feng Shui.
When you are dealing with a major illness, you want as many supportive resources as possible to speed healing, minimize disruption, and establish some normalcy in your life.
If you are planning an operation or medical procedure, another incredibly useful tool is Date Selection. This is not as widely known or used here in the USA but incredibly effective! The Chinese ancients detailed the predictable movement of energy and noted the dates that the energy is present. Date Selection takes a careful look at the Chinese calendar to identify beneficial dates to conduct specific activities and matches the date with the person’s Four Pillars of Destiny chart. It can be used for a wide variety of activities such as signing documents and proposing marriage/getting married, to opening a business and accounts receivable, as well as travelling, and seeking medical treatment. If you are planning to have an operation or are seeking medical treatment and you have the ability to select the date of your procedure, you can prevent a multitude of negative outcomes while speeding recovery. If a good date is not used, it can lead to needing multiple or repeat procedures, incomplete removal of something – such as a tumor, excessive bleeding, open wounds, or other unforeseen complications.
With a little attention to your home, you can use Feng Shui to support good health!