Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese practice of harnessing the natural forces of nature; promote prosperity, harmony and vitality. Positive energy (CHI) is created by working with the natural flow of energy. There are 8 areas in our home and business that we can tap into to create powerful, positive results. Often overnight! Those areas are:
The eight-sided ba-gua is the basis for locating the areas of life experiences. If the ba-gua were printed on a transparency equal to the size of the floor plan, it could be placed directly over the floor plan so that each one of the areas of life experience is located in a specific place in the home.
Businesses using Feng Shui can create low stress, high productivity environments for their employees while conveying an atmosphere of quiet elegance for their customers.
Both Vaastu and Fengshui do not represent any religion. These sciences preach a fund of knowledge and by following them one can harness the energy flow of this living earth, for one's own prosperity and Good health and there are lots of similar features between these two sciences.
- The entry should be open and inviting; trim away foliage that obstruct the path of CHI.
- Position your bed, stove etc. to have a clear view of the door.
- The principal executive offices should be located in command areas giving accessibility.
- Bath room doors should be kept shut with toilet seats down preventing CHI being flushed.
- Never sleep with a beam over your bed or put a shelf over it or your desk.
- Throw out dead flowers, plants and waste immediately.
- Avoid corners of desk, main furniture, workplace cutting the doorway/path.
- Make sure that all 5 elements viz. Fire, Wood, Metal, Earth and Water are included in design.
- Where natural light is not available illuminate the place suitably.
From Bhagwat Gita
"They Who perform their work offering all results to me, who hold their hearts and minds steadfast in me in whatever they do, who worship their work, to them I offer the platform. Doubt it not that they will inexorably reach the top. "
- Bhagwat Gita 12.6/12.8