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Feng Shui Your Life

>Conscious living practices create balance and bring peace and joy to life. Feng Shui is a conscious living practice that cultivates awareness about the energies of all things and their relationship with each other; teaches about human nature and environmental stewardship; provides formulae to restore balance to the soul, to relationships, and to the environment; eliminates environmental “noise,” opening the mind to receive the endless possibilities of creation; and allows expansion of the soul to fulfill divine purpose.

Feng Shui is a Chinese philosophy for interpreting environments. Formulae are used to determine optimal positioning of objects in an environment to support the energies of the individual. These formulae are designed to flow with changes in season, in circumstance, and in the environment. Feng Shui considers the energies of the earth, the heavens and the soul and correlates these energies to create balance.

After becoming familiar with the philosophy and formulae of Feng Shui practice an intuitive connection to one’s own energies is forged. This relationship with personal energy forces allows the individual to approach the creation of balanced living simply. Strengthening trust in personal intuition opens the mind to the vast possibilities of creation and expands the soul.

When life is balanced and energies are flowing in harmony with each other greater peace can be felt. By eliminating environmental “noise” the mind and body are open and ready to receive and to give with greater capacity, thus expanding the individual to fulfill divine purpose and experience greater joy.

Because Feng Shui is founded on principles of energy it can be applied to other methods and practices for creating balanced health and well being. Such holistic practices may include but are not limited to; Yoda, Tai Chi, Meditation, Ayruvedic Medicine, Homeopathy, Herbalism, Reflexology, Massage, and Aromatherapy.

Reference: Feng Shui, Mind and Body Spirit and Home, by Gill Hale and Mark Evans.

See you on the other side,



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