Zia Feng Shui shares with you the Mystical Secrets of effective and correct Objects placement in accordance with Traditional Feng Shui. In here you will find everything you always wanted to know about the Chinese art of object arrangement including a description the must-have objects to perform basis curative Feng Shui. This also includes information about the history and different types of Feng Shui as well as suggestions for how to use every day objects so that your house doesn't end up looking like the lobby of a Chinese Restaurant!
In addition we have created a very simple Feng Shui Layout that anyone can use to help them enhance the different directions in their home that represent health, wealth, family, love, wisdom, career, fame, creativity and the other important aspects of your life.
It is our hope that you will be able to utilize the suggestions in this article to help improve every area of your life, including your luck, health, career, prosperity, close relationships and receptiveness to becoming more spiritual and educated in every day life.
Feng Shui is all about removing blocks in your life and creating good energy, so that you can move forward on your personal path in a positive way.
Feng Shui may seem like a very superstitious science but it is actually based on the very sensible notion that living with rather than against nature benefits both humans and the environment. It is all about how to create good energy (also called Chi) in your life so that you can manifest positive things into your immediate sphere.
The art and science of Feng Shui also recognizes that our lives are deeply affected by our physical and emotional environments. If we surround ourselves with symbols of negation, contempt and indifference toward life and nature and choose to live in places that are actually repugnant to the human soul then we will attract misfortune.
Hard edges, uncomfortable furniture and clutter create what is called "sha" or "shar" which are the Chinese words for "bad energy." However if we trade in noise, concrete, mess and other agitating elements for organization, cleanliness and objects that are an expression of the sweeter things in life such as art, beauty and order, then we will ennoble our souls as well as our environment.
The theory is that the kind of energy that we surround ourselves with creates more of the same energy. If we court negative qualities our homes can become a fertile breeding ground for such woes as cash flow problems and relationship troubles. The theory behind Feng Shui is that some of these problems can be remedied simply by organizing your space so that Chi (good energy) is allowed to freely flow through your life.
The literal translation of the Chinese word Feng Shui (pronounced fung-shway) means wind and water. The combination of these two elements creates good "chi." In Chinese culture, gentle wind and smooth water have always been associated with a good harvest and good health, while harsh winds and stagnant water have been linked to famine and disease. Therefore, "good" feng-shui has come to mean good livelihood and fortune, and "bad" feng-shui has come to mean hardship and bad luck.
The purpose of Feng Shui is to comprehend and control the natural flow of energy in order to design houses and workplaces that harmonize with the environment instead of clashing with it. A Feng Shui "cure" (which might involve the placing of a mirror to double the size of a space or the removal of a heavy object from a sector of a room) promotes the flow of positive energy by neutralizing or avoiding negative or destructive energy.
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