Feng Shui is the art of sensing energy. Typically this art is applied in the creation of spaces – kind of like the art of highly sensitive interior (or exterior) design.
It’s about the placement of specific objects, in specific places, in specific relationships to each other, to create a ‘flow’ – a harmonious swirl – of energy in that space. The result of this is prosperity, wellbeing, harmony, joy, upliftment, and more.
Years ago – when I first began sharing houses with housemates – I became aware that I was highly sensitive to energy in spaces. I would meticulously place furniture on angles in corners of rooms, for instance, to assist the energy to circulate. Without this, the rooms in my house felt disturbing. They felt ‘dead’.
When I came across references to Feng Shui, I immediately recognized what I was actually doing. I was attuning to the presence of subtle energy, and assisting it – through the placement of objects in the space – to flow. Stagnant energy arises in miserable people, illness, discord, and irritation.
When people enter into them – my home, my office, my patio garden – they feel something sublime. Something challenging to describe. They feel ‘whole’. They feel ‘light’. They feel ‘loved’. They feel ‘clear’.
Read more in “The Sacred Energy of Life” plus in “Feng Shui in Our Selves” and other related posts forthcoming 🙂
Questions to Ponder: What quality of attention do you give to your spaces? Do you notice that you feel more vital, vibrant, happy, open in some spaces – and more closed, insular, timid, withdrawn, or even aggressive in others?
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