the Flow of Energy in Your Immediate Environment to Achieve Harmony
Fengshui (also Feng Shui) teaches us how to
create harmony and
balance around us.
a 5,000 year old tradition which comes to us from
China. It teaches us that
we can decorate our homes and offices in ways that enhance our own personal
energies of 5 Basic
Elements that are Fire, Earth, Metal, Water, or Wood (Example). The purpose of Feng Shui is
to balance the flow of energy in your immediate environment to promote
success in your
Fengshui is "the art and science of placement with the intention of achieving balance and
harmony in the environment." ~ Holly Tashian
Feng Shui is a method of relating or connecting
your physical surroundings with specific aspects of life.
through your unconscious response to what you see and experience in any
given environment. Feng Shui, which translates into wind and water, provides
easy, creative and fun ways to design your environment to benefit your
knowledge, family relationships, career, and
China, the Feng Shui master was a
spiritual master as well. He studied the forces of nature, the direction and
force of the wind and water, the surrounding elements, the qualities of
yin and yang, the seasons, the earth energies,
the quality of the land, the building materials, and the direction of the
building in order to maximize the vital energy or Ch'i of the dwelling. Each
factor was crucial in building an auspicious place to live, worship or work.
Shui Analysis and Guidemap
There are over 72 factors which are considered
in doing a Feng Shui analysis. The major categories are: Site – Building
Exterior – Building Interior – Person – Cosmic.
The guide/road map used is called the ba-gua,
pa-kua, or nine palaces. Color, shape, light, placement, and elements
(water, wood, fire, earth, metal) are some of the tools used in balancing
your environment. These tools are used to create the best environment for
the individual(s) in that particular structure, be it residential or commercial.
The Feng Shui and Tao
Tao is the
connectedness of all things. It is the thread that brings togetherness to
Tao is essential to Feng Shui in that it helps bind together the elements,
colors, senses, and chi (energy). Balance
is the legacy that Tao leaves behind...
The great Way is easy, yet people prefer the side paths. Be aware
when things are out of
balance. Stay centered
within the Tao.
Fengshui for Business
While all areas of your home and office are
equally important to bring harmony and life enhancement, your
desk and its placement is
creativity in business affairs.
Whether your desk helps you run a publicly-traded corporation, a home based
business, or if it is just the place where you manage your personal
your desk is the most important symbol for
What the ancients called a clever fighter is one who not only wins,
but excels in winning with ease.
The Art of
In motion be like water... at rest, like a mirror.
Resound like the echo; be subtle, as though nonexistent.