Prosperity and abundance circulates through the universe and through all our life. It is a never ending flow of giving and receiving. Many associate prosperity with financial wealth but true riches are of many kinds. Along with material wealth there is also love, friendships, family, health, knowledge and spiritual wealth which is essential in our lives.
Feelings of craving and dissatisfaction do not contribute to prosperity but in turn give rise to negative chi causing imbalance not only in our immediate surroundings but within ourselves too. In utilising the principles of Feng Shui, it is appropriate to concentrate on gratitude, which, in turn, creates a sense of abundance.
The principles of Feng Shui explain the interaction of people with their environment. Like the Laws of Physics, they govern every aspect of human life from the surfaces and seemingly trivial features of our living space to our inner most aims and motivations and, ultimately, our physical and mental well being. Feng Shui founded on the same lines as oriental medicine, propagates the basic idea that currents of energy travelling through the universe and linked to both space and time help to determine the context in which we live our lives maximising the potential for success at work and home.
Organising the space and orienting things to garner support and improve prosperity is the primary focus while adapting Feng Shui. The time-tested solutions in Feng Shui aids in activating specific aspirations in our lives. There are many whose burning issue is relationship and everything else is fine, for few others it could be wealth and health and some career. By analysing your living space or workplace you can identify the problem areas and transform the situation and this calls for some skill and analysis of the compass direction and an understanding of the interaction of elements called ‘wuxing.’
To attract wealth into your lives, there are many small remedies which could aid and empower your process. Water, plants and even lights assist in empowering the energies to garner wealth. In Feng Shui, green usually connotes freshness, vitality and growth. It signifies the wood element and growth energy and new beginnings. Green has always been a favourite with the Chinese who cherish green jade, hence merely placing plants in the East sector of the living or the foyer can support wealth and career growth prospects.
- Place a clean and fresh bubbling water or fountain at East or SE sector of the living to usher in wealth.
- Fountains at North sector aids in improving career prospects and wealth.
- Placing a clear crystal bowl filled with citrine or semi precious crystals with i-ching coins and real currency metal coins at SE or on the work desk is a good enhancer if you wish to implement Feng shui for your work desk.
- Placing a golden dragon turtle in the Southeast of an office or business facing toward the door is said to invite new business prospects.