What is Feng Shui?
Feng Shui is the Art and Science of creating and living in harmony with your environment and surrounding to produce harmonious results naturally. It involves 5 elements of combinations within the surrounding including objects, colors and directions to create a balanced and harmonious environment for the benefit of the person. There are many case studies around the world where the person luck change for the better where the correct alignments are being made.
Where there is a balanced harmony in the 5 elements within the surrounding, that is where the energy is at the peak.
The creation of a harmonious environment is not just about alignment and adjustment of the surrounding, it also involves in the PERSON themselves, the person involve has also got its own unique element, which can be Earth, Water, Metal, Fire or Wood. To understand what element, there is a need to use the Bazi reading to identify the correct element.
If the person element is placed in the wrong room or area with counter producing element, then the harmony will not be optimum for the PERSON and will likely have more problems happening for them.
In real Feng Shui, it should not and cannot be mixed with anything about religion, it is purely about energy alignment, it has nothing to do with religions. As this is a Chinese Metaphysics that has passed down many thousands of years from the ancestors, there were many religions leaders blend in the element of Feng Shui to preach the way of their religions. Do pay careful attention that real Feng Shui got nothing to do with religions.
Feng Shui is about making your surrounding comfortable, harmonious, and stable. When this happens, it makes you feel good, gets you motivated and make you to align to your personal goals in your life. This somehow creates the endorphins from you to the surrounding in your home, office and surrounding. Some call it the law of attractions, which in my context, it is agreeable.
Importantly, it makes you feel good – Continuously and perk you up and people beside you can feel that energy that is positive and motivating; that will be “side-effect” of Feng Shui, it gets you motivated and move towards your goals positively.
When you begin to harness the energy from yourself and the balanced environment, you will work towards your goals, you’ll discover an amazing positive energy and power to create your dreams, including better health, better wealth, better relations and the ultimate happiness.
Feng Shui is the Trigger Factor Towards Your Success
Does Feng Shui Really Work
Many international property developers and owners will get their building to be constructed only when the architects have employed good Feng Shui practices, which including “siting” the building to be sure it is in an auspicious (fortunate) location, such that the building orientation will bring wealth and fortune to the occupants and the developers, and also the shape and architectural features of the building goes according to be basic principles of good Feng Shui.
Such practice had been going on in many countries and for a long time, of course whether it works or not will very much depends on the Feng Shui master themselves on how good their skills are.
Feng Shui is a Work in Progress
These areas and goals — what is most important to you — will change throughout your life, depending on your needs, desires and where you are in your life. That’s okay. Using Feng Shui in your home, apartment or office is like eating or washing — you can’t just do it once and have it done forever. The chi in your house will evolve as you change as a person, and you may wish to strengthen different areas of your home (corresponding to different sections of the Ba Gua) at different times depending on your goals and needs.
The Ba Gua is an ancient Eastern tool — almost like a map — which divides your home into 9 equal sections, called trigrams. Each of these 9 sections corresponds to an area of life and 1of the 5 elements used in Feng Shui, as well as specific colors. Although the Ba Gua is most frequently represented as an octagon, with 8 sides and a “center,”
when you lay the Ba Gua over your home, it helps to think of it as a square or a rectangle,
depending on the basic shape of your home.