About Feng Shui

Feng Shui

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Feng Shui means “wind and water.” In its literal sense this refers to the topography of the earth, the mountains, valleys, and waterways whose shape and size, direction and levels are created by the nonstop interaction of these two powerful forces of nature. There is powerful energy flowing around us, within us, and in every living thing. This energy, also called Qi (sounds like chee), is an invisible energy that cannot be seen or heard, but its influence is surely felt around us everywhere. Qi can be positive or negative. The main objective of Classical Feng Shui is how to harness or tap into the Qi around us in our environment and use it.

This metaphysical science is used to harness Qi from the environment to support your endeavors. If you are not familiar with Feng Shui please do not confuse the science with some new age or religious practice. It is not. There are some Feng Shui books that do mislead the public with these new age beliefs, but this is not the Classical Feng Shui that was developed thousands of years ago in China. In Chinese Metaphysics, the presence of opposites is necessary for balance, as too much and too little are both out of balance. The Chinese call this “yin and yang.” Yin and yang are opposites that complement and depend on each other, such as night/day, cold/hot, rain/sunshine, female/male and on and on the list goes.

The best way to describe Feng Shui is to ask you to think of our world in microscopic particles of energy that are in constant movement. The energy vibrates at different levels, like the dew of morning fog is one form of water,  which is moving energy, and the raging ocean is another. Qi surrounding you is affecting your relationships, health, sleep, studying and how you produce. These energies create positive or negative areas within your business or home. When you tap into the positive external and internal energy all can flow with ease.

This energy is mapped in a blueprint that is individual to each building based on its sitting and facing direction, the year it was built, the shape of the building and the current year energy. By identifying the supportive and non-supportive areas we can adjust the Qi to create a balance or recommend an area that will give your better results. Once we have your home/office blueprint we can help you create a space that feels secure, comfortable, prosperous and productive. Adjusting Qi can also help eliminate low energy, stress, sleep disorders and conflict. A full assessment includes evaluating this energy blueprint, eliminating negative influence and creating a personal space of relaxation. The ultimate goal is to create a positive, supportive environment that reflects happiness.

Feng Shui helps us understand the flow and how to go with it instead of against it.

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