Feng Shui has no connection with any religion although Feng Shui is occasionally being mistaken as a part of Taoism. It is not, even though they do have some similarities in assured theories about luck and environment. Feng Shui is the study of the natural elements that affects our career, life, health, relationship and wealth.
If you excavate deep into the Feng Shui applications, it emphasizes more on the placement of the elements in your surroundings. A wide-ranging and effective Feng Shui application focuses on the placement of the furniture, the overall design and the layouts and all the things that enhances the physical and natural environment within your Home or Office.
Feng Shui is the application that was influenced by Chinese Culture as it was derived from China around four thousands year ago.
Due to the Cultural Revolution in China it suppressed many ancient Chinese beliefs for decades; Feng Shui was more or less vanished to the world.
Fortunately, there were loads of Feng Shui devotees and practitioners who escaped China during the Cultural Revolution and were able to impart most of the Feng Shui knowledge and application through their generations. Consequently, don’t be surprised if you observe that the Chinese people in China do not know to a large extent about Feng Shui or practice Feng Shui application as much as the Chinese outside China do.
“Clutter – Your Biggest Enemy” - Approximately every Feng Shui seminar or training session would say it so.
Did you ever wonder why they emphasize on getting rid of Clutter?
That's for the reason that it's the reality and the foremost principle followed by many Feng Shui Consultants. The basic principle of Feng Shui is that your life occurrence, even the extent of your luck – is influenced by your living or working surroundings. Simultaneously, the state of your home or workplace is a reflection of your mood and attitude.
A simple tip which Feng Shui masters will never tell you as it is just too obvious. This is one tip which they will not tell you when you ask them (at fees costing up to thousands of dollars) to Feng Shui your home or office. Why? Because your home or office would be tidy and neat on such a day. Isn't it so?
It's a Feng Shui tip that many take for granted. They rather spend lots of money buying Feng Shui ornaments which ironically add to the clutter in their homes and offices, only to realize that their lucks are still as bad (if not, worse off than before) and then they blame it on Feng Shui and said that Feng Shui doesn't work.With clutter, most people cannot think clearly as they always looking for things among the mess. Imagine being feeling happy and good when your minds are always on finding things among the stacks of mess at home or in your office.