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Feng Shui in the Home

Feng Shui in the home can be as simple or as complex as you want it to be. Incorporating even a few elements of this ancient craft can potentially lead to transformation of your life and energy.

Feng Shui has been describes as “astronomy manifested in the landscape”; that is, the same energy forces that govern the movement of the planets also work down here on earth, by facilitating or blocking energy flow. This affects us on every level we can possibly imagine.

The wonderful thing about Feng Shui is that everyone can learn to practice it, using objects and spaces that are all around us. In fact, your own home is usually the starting point for Feng Shui practice. According to the principles of Feng Shui, your living space is divided into eight sections: prosperity, relationships, friends, knowledge, family, children, fame, and career. You need to obtain a simple Feng Shui map or energy wheel to figure out which corner is which. You can apply this separately in your bedroom and your living room or main living space, while recognizing that your whole house as a complete unit is also subject to this plan. Because most of our homes have walls and other barriers, and are not open-plan, we apply the Feng Shui principles to the places most intimately associated with us – the bedroom and living room.

Have a look at the different corners or segments of your living space, thinking about what they signify. A section of the room that has ‘good Feng Shui’ – that allows the energy to flow freely to that area of your life – will be clean and uncluttered, and relatively free of sharp angles and edges, which tend to cut the energy. Your first step is to clean and de-clutter any areas that need it. This, in itself, will do a lot to clear the energy and get it flowing. Next, think about areas of your life where you would like to attract more energy or better luck. You can do so by adding things to the corresponding corners – for example, if you want to attract a better relationship, adding a light source or a round-leafed plant to you relationship corner will help you do so.

We all have an intimate connection with our homes, and Feng Shui gives us a practical way or working with it. You can start practicing Feng Shui in your home right away, and refine your practice as your understanding of it evolves.

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