Translated, Feng Shui means ‘Wind and Water’, two main positive streams of energy, which flow above and below the ground, creating a balance of both negative (Yin) and positive (Yang) forces.
Yin and Yang are represented by Taijitu; the diagram of two black and white tear-shaped halves, each containing a spot of the opposite colour, entwined into a complete circle or ‘wholeness’ creating harmony and balance (see diagram pic)
Developed from Yin and Yang are the ‘Five Moving Elements’; FIRE, EARTH, METAL, WATER, WOOD – whereby they all contain different types of influencing energies, which affect each other. From these five elements comes everything else in life. (see 5 elements diagram pic)
Invisible energy is not something we easily understand or accept, however, in many cultures it is an important element of life in general; for example, as Acupuncture Therapy is used to stimulate the healing energy of the body to restore harmony and balance of the human anatomy, Feng Shui is used to clear out and improve the energy of our environment, whether it’s home, office, or garden. By making certain adjustments; some very minor, others quite detailed, we can all enhance our health, success and good luck.
Your personal environment: whether it’s home or work, quite often reveals an insight to your life, with regards to the many factors relating to the positive and negative energies of Feng Shui.
Do you work hard and relentlessly, but never seem to advance or gain that ‘well deserved’ promotion?
Have you ever walked into someone’s home and suddenly felt ill or depressed, but there’s no reason why?
Do you feel disappointed with
the way your home
is organised, but
Regardless of whether or not you have any knowledge, or believe in Feng Shui; ‘the impact of Feng Shui does exist’ and affects many aspects of our lives, including;
If you think Feng Shui could help you in your life, get in touch to see how a consultancy session could help you.