Identifying the good sectors based on the orientations of the building, compass directions and neighbourhood afflictions and countering the ill-effects of the bad sectors within the building is the basis of authentic Feng Shui analysis.
We literally mirror our environments and it is a known fact that like attracts like and vibrates in harmony. The mystical actually influences the practical. Hence, adapting appropriate Feng Shui enhancers and cures in the specific sectors of a building can truly bring in abundance.
It is said that, a large portion of the future occupant’s fate can be decided by the way the building is placed on a piece of land. Using time-tested mathematical formulas based on the date and how a structure is to be placed on a piece of land, one could build a home that ushers success, prosperity, good health, and a happy family life.
Feng Shui has been used in the home to improve such things as wealth and careers, find new partners, start families, help children to study, improve family harmony and later in life to support and improve our health so that we can enjoy the wealth which we have accumulated over the years. Our prosperity is really a reflection of our thoughts formed by the perceptions of the outer world. Hence, harmonising our inner self and our immediate surroundings can open the channels to achieve greater prosperity and abundance in our lives.
Feng Shui teaches us that our surroundings affect us and that we, in turn, are reflections of our surroundings. Since everything has an energy field and is, in a sense, “alive,” everything is connected, and everything is always changing, it makes sense that we are greatly influenced by the things and people around us.
Feng Shui is all about positive vibes and abundance, and oriental texts say that abundance has a particular vibration, a signature energy field. Hence, when the building resonates in harmony it leads to both more flow and more energy between occupants and their desires and create prosperity and good health through positive vibes.
- Avoid barriers in front of the door such as light partitions where you have to navigate around them to move to the next space. By ‘opening up’ the space, this technique immediately expands your front door sector many times over.
- Choose the décor, furniture and colours according to what they symbolise and represent, as different colours represent different elements and have different symbolisms.
- Activate the dragon energy by placing a figurine in the East sector of your home or living room to bring in good health and harmony.
- Create a collage or dedicate a wall with a happy picture of the whole family in the living room to be prominent on the wall is a very powerful Feng Shui enhancer which simulates a feel of togetherness and safety to the whole family.
Creating synchronisation and resonance between objects, is a basic scientific treatise and a major step towards manifesting heart’s desires.