Feng shui is the practice of analysing and influencing the interaction between people, buildings and the environment in order to enhance quality of life.
The underlying principle of Feng Shui is that the home is an accurate reflection of our lives and therefore we can make changes in our homes to achieve desired outcomes in our lives. Everything in your home has an effect on you, from the smallest ornament to the largest design structure.
Feng shui (meaning ‘wind’ and water’) is an Eastern philosophy, or a strand of Chinese Medicine, based on the same five elements system as that of acupuncture. It is sometimes called ‘acupuncture for buildings’. Feng shui is a combination of environmental science, healing art and ancient metaphysical wisdom.
A basic premise of Eastern Medicine, or acupuncture, is that the human being is made up of three equal aspects; body, mind and spirit. Like three legs of a stool, each aspect must be balanced in order to achieve optimum health and inner happiness. Restoring balance creates optimum conditions for the ‘healing process’ to kick-start in one’s surroundings, body, mind and life.
In Feng Shui the energies are finely tuned to create an environment that is balanced with yin and yang energies, together with the elements of fire, earth, metal, water and wood, to create a harmonious space.
Often we are not consciously aware of the huge effect our home and work environments have on us. We think of our surroundings as being something in the background, unaware that they can substantially help or hinder our progress. We respond subconsciously without even knowing we are being influenced.
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