How Feng Shui Works – Part 2

poor feng shuiIn my last post (How Feng Shui Works), I talked about vibrations, but Feng Shui is also about the spectrum of vibrations, from lowest to highest.

When we practice feng shui, we are tapping into subtle energies that embrace the earth, and emanate from everything upon the earth, including us.

“Poor” feng shui results from an energetic pattern that is lower in vibration.

You can feel it not-so-subtley, when you walk into a cluttered room. The energy seems to slow down and come to a halt. It is difficult for energy to move around, just as it is difficult for people to move around. The clutter is a metaphor for clutter in our minds and our lives. It is a metaphor for ways that we drain our energy and keep our energy low and on the negative side.

Poor feng shui is also result of chaotic and fast-moving energy that also creates a lower vibration.

Straight paths or hallways funneling into buildings and rooms contribute to bad feng shui. Fast-moving traffic outside a home can also create this type of energy. Homes at the top of a T-intersection also have this type of energy. Fast-moving energy creates stress which also drains our energy and keeps our energy low and creating negative vibes. Typical office environments embody this energy.

Good feng shui channels a good flow of chi.

Feng shui principles give us guidelines on how we can redirect fast-flowing chi or, Good feng shui if necessary, stimulate stagnant chi. Through the use of objects such as mirrors, crystals and plants, and good old-fashioned placement we can channel the chi appropriate to the space and therefore raise the vibration level of the room.

When a space is created with balance and harmony we have good vibes! And we want to be there to enjoy it!

Send me some photos of your “good-vibe” places and I’ll post on my Facebook page.

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