Our home is a reflection of our personality and our personality is impacted by the way we live. Subconsciously, we arranged our living space according to our psychological patterns – in good and bad ways.
“We form vicious circles: negative mental patterns induced us to design our home in unfavorable ways and the resulting, depressing energies have fueled negative subconscious patterns. Having lived in the same place for many years, we ended up in energetic ruts. Feng Shui is the perfect tool for breaking those vicious circles.”
We don’t want to swim against cosmic currents, do we?
Luckily, the number of forces playing behind the scene of nature is limited. They are catalogued and you can avail methods to calculate their rhythmic progression.
Feng Shui is not a problem solver. It boosts personal energies and it thereby neutralizes weaknesses caused by either a lack or excess of energy. Balance is the key.
Always keep this in mind: the strongest factor of your Feng Shui is you!
Unfortunately, Feng Shui has mingled with superstition. Luckily, it’s easy to expose myths. Don’t think ‘things’, think ‘energy’.
The five elements are energies, not things. In Hinduism, they are known as the five tattvas. Psychic people can see those energies and their geometric forms.
Feng Shui is the perfect tool for breaking vicious circles.
That’s what Feng Shui is all about: the subconscious interaction between planetary energies and those of your mind.