27 Jun Feng Shui
The term Feng Shui comes from the Chinese which literally means wind and water.
The tradition has more than 6000 years, it means a current of thought which establishes the link between yin/yang, the ideograms of Feng and Shui, respectively Wind – yang – and Water – yin. It represents the knowledge of forces necessary to conserve the positive influences of a space and to redirect the negative ones to benefit its adepts.
The Chinese masters who structured it noticed that every natural area, land or building is endowed with its own vibration influenced by the presence of Ch’i and is exposed to different influences of the surrounding environment.
They noticed that there were certain types of vibrations in the environment and its surroundings which could benefit to a body and mind and that there were other harmful vibrations. They understood the importance of studying the way of positioning a building, furniture and objects to bring harmony and prosperity.
When people find this balance with positive forces of the Nature, they can enjoy health, harmony, luck and prosperity. When people ignore these influences and deal with the harmful ones, they can experience difficulties and obstacles which can manifest themselves as illnesses, bad luck or malaise.
The Taoist masters who developed this art didn’t use it separately: they considered it one more tool of balance to be used together with other practices scientifically linked to each other.
An Environment Therapist, just like an Acupuncturist who diagnoses the blockages in the energy circulation of a patient and applies the needles in one body part to heal another part or organ, detects the visible and invisible influences in an environment and recommends actions in one part in a particular area of a property which are capable to change the characteristics of energy circulation everywhere.
The knowledge of these “influences” can explain many phenomena which we notice in an intuitive way, e.g.: what makes us feel comfortable in a particular place; why some areas of a building are rarely or never occupied; why some of the residents are always sick; why some buildings or areas in a city are always occupied while others are avoided by people.
The main goal of Feng Shui is to keep and preserve the good influences available in a place in a way for them to remain and distribute themselves in a building.
The second goal is to reduce the negative effects of different harmful influences of a place occurring during construction or being the fruits of changes in the surroundings.
The third goal is to implement the actions that can produce the results in health, well-being and harmony for the residents or users of a treated place. It can by achieved by stimulating the features of a place beneficial to people who live there via architectural changes or changes of form, color, positioning of the objects of a place, for example.
Do you want to know how to apply Feng Shui effectively and with significant results?