About one-third of our lives is spent in our bedrooms. About one-third of life is spent in the workplace. Have you ever wondered if those two-thirds of your life reduce the quality of your energy? Hav you ever wondered how the quality of this energy is affected by your environment and how it affects your health? If so, you’re not alone.
Everything around you reflects back upon you. It reflects your inner self just as if you were surrounded by mirrors.
Feng Shui is the ancient art as well as science, that can assess and improve the quality of our energy in life. The higher that energy, the greater our vitality in life. If our energy is higher we’ll enjoy more restful sleep, quicker recovery from health conditions and greater well-being in the workplace. Imagine going to work and having the creativity always flowing. This can be linked to higher vibrational as well as better nutritional health tendencies. It can actually help you on the cellular level.
Each and every aspect of life can be energetically anchored in your physique. It can reflect on your inner space. Your environment will reflect upon your ability to reflect your inner beauty and vice versa.
Feng is the word for ‘wind’ in Chinese. Shui is the word for ‘water’.
As wind and water are in constant flux, they are ever changing just as the male and female energy referred to as Yin and Yang in Taoist philosophy. The Wind is how the Qi is moved or the male energy. Water is the movement of the earth or the material forces which are the female energy. As these are interplayed in the Yin and the Yang, they are a huge influence in the balance of the human body as well as the subtle energy fields. When your balance is optimized, then your body will have a positive response.
You’ll have improvement in your health as well as your well being when you have a perfect harmonizing balance of these elements.
If you neglect these influences you’re going to find your body out of sync and balance. When you create good Feng Shui, you’ll feel healthier, more energized and more creative. You’ll experience quality sleep, more health and a daily affirmation of your spirituality.
Feng Shui is, therefore, a deep and profound study that will go beyond the simple efforts of simply rearranging your furnishings. It goes beyond the wind chimes, it goes beyond the mirrors. While these are all helpful if they are arranged properly, they are only a part of the feng shui lifestyle. To experience true Feng Shui, we must focus on the entire aspect of the lifestyle. We must create the environment that sets our minds to rest and gives us inner peace. We must arrange our entire life to Feng Shui, not just our furnishings. Incorporating Feng Shui to our lives involves much more than a few simple changes. For this reason, many people get it wrong. They aren’t putting forth the entire effort. Your body holds the key.
Feng Shui requires an eight-sided symbol that is called Pa Kua or Ba Gua, that has the intimate relationship of Feng Shui. Pa Kua has an intimate confluence of Feng Shui. It helps to understand how the body works in Chinese Medicine and how the five universal elements of Earth, fire, metal, wood, and water all represent their own respective organs of the body. Each influences our health in specific ways.