Feng Shui addresses a non-obvious relationship that you have with your own physical space. Where you live and where you work is teeming with energy, which some people call “qi.” This energy is supporting you or undermining you and one goal in Feng Shui is to enhance the energy which already supports you and diminish the energy which could be sabotaging you. Once your relationship with your own physical space (home or work) is more in balance, then it will make real life relationships with other people more harmonious. This is a critical point: in Feng Shui we are actually tinkering with an unseen magnetic field, to change its influence on occupants. We are not just changing our attitude or how we use the space.
You can think of your own home or work space like a radio station which is both transmitting and receiving signals. The trickle-down effect is that your own “feng shui” environment will influence the quality and quantity of your relationships with others. This is all inclusive to include family members, co-workers, and friends. In fact, people in the West have been seeking out Feng Shui advice for a lot of reasons, but one of the top reasons has been to attract more love and romance.
As a classically trained practitioner, I have seen over and over that your physical environment really does influence love, romance and every other type of relationship, personal or professional. Most of this energy or influence is not obvious to the naked eye. As an example, in the Flying Star School of Feng Shui, we can predict which houses might steer a couple toward divorce or other houses which attract a lot of sexual activity, just by knowing when the house was built and what direction it is facing! These are actually coordinates of space-time theory!
The adjustments used to improve relationships can range from elemental objects added to a room, to even exterior changes outside in the landscaping. Sometimes a client can be informed about better sleeping directions or even a better house type altogether if they are in the process of house hunting. There are a myriad of solutions and not just one way to address relationship issues. Just like people, some spaces have inherent personalities and they impose those energies on the people who live inside. Some houses are simply more conducive to good relationships than others. But every space can stand improvement.
We can’t overestimate the importance of being in good, nurturing relationships. Often times, I go to a home or business where there are a lot of arguments, deception or people simply withdrawing from their relationships and feeling isolated. Feng Shui works to correct the problems, so that naturally good interactions can replace the dysfunctional ones. Feng Shui consultants are not clinical therapists, but for the cost of a consultation, it is impressive how much can be accomplished in improving attitude, coping mechanisms, morale, and reducing tensions or misunderstandings.
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Author: Kartar Diamond
Company: Feng Shui Solutions (R) Since 1992
From the Health and Personal Matters Blog Series