The Summer Season And Feng Shui

Feng Shui Tips For Summer

Summer is already here. The temperature is getting hotter which makes our home an uncomfortable place.

In the old days, humans spend time ensuring that they live in harmony with nature. However, these days, most people seem disconnected from nature which in turn causes us to feel stuck.

Feng shui means wind and water. It’s an ancient philosophy that teaches us about being in harmony within and around us.

In feng shui, the summer season belongs to the fire element. It is associated with the hot and yang energy. It brings creativity, drive, warmth, and self-confidence which means there’s more energy. However, too much fire energy in us makes us feel irritable, restless or drained.

Summer is connected to the reputation and fame. In the Bagua map, the fame and reputation sector can be found at the back middle section of your office or home.

To bring balance to your place, rearranging your space will do. Adding yin in your space, which is the lighter and calmer energy will do.

Below are the summer tips that you can do if there’s too much yang in your place:

1. Add cooler colours in your home like blue or purple.

2. Live plants are a must in every home. Live indoor plants keep the air temperature down, helps reduce stress and increases your focus. Definitely, a vital thing that you need to make you feel relax.

3. Add water element in your home by putting a water fountain in front of your home and make sure that it is flowing towards your house. This represents the energy of abundance moving in your direction.

4. The amethyst is great in cooling your home. It gets rid of the negative and stuck energy in your house.

These little changes can help you create a  cooler and more balanced home this summer season.

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The Fire Element In Feng Shui

The Power Of The Fire Element

The fire element is one of the five elements in feng shui. This element is known to be the most masculine among the five elements. It’s more of a yang than a yin.

The fire element is known to be the energy of happiness and joyful celebrations. It is known as the energy of love and romance. It represents passion and sexual desire. It is a joy giving element. It brightens the space and brings out a creative presence in the area.

The colour of the fire element is red or shades of red. However, when the element is more on the feminine side, it belongs to the purple colour.

Just like the other elements, this element should be used to create balance. Using too much of this can be overwhelming. The fire element should be used in areas where it needs to be strengthened.

This energy is associated with traits such as action, anger, leadership, dynamism, aggression, grief, spirituality, joy, frustration, and vanity.

The shape that represents the fire energy is the triangle. Pointed shapes like the star bring in this energy in your home.

The wood element nourishes the fire element while the water element weakens the fire energy in a place.

The bagua areas for the fire element are the southwest, south, center and the northeast. The east, west, southeast and the northwest side of your home should be well taken care of as these areas do not like this element.

Use red accessories to bring in this energy into your place. Good lighting is vital in bringing in this energy. Decorations like artworks that feature animals or people, animal prints and even raising a pet cat or dog represent the warm nature of fire.

Remember that this element is related to your emotional health. Having a good laugh to start every day brings out this energy in you.

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The Earth Element In Feng Shui

The Power Of The Earth Element

The earth element is one of the five elements in feng shui. It brings protection, stability, and security to your home. Among the five elements in feng shui, the earth element is the most grounding. It increases comfort and supports peace, calm and stillness.

 

The shape that represents this element is square which happens to be the most stable and grounded of all shapes. The rectangular shape, horizontal lines, and flat surfaces also evoke this element too.

The colour that best represents the earth element is yellow along with the other earth tones like the light brown.

The earth element is associated with your physical health and the state of your home.  It helps you address the clutter and the weight-gain in your life.

In the creative cycle, it is nourished by fire and in turn, nourished the metal element. It solidifies the precious metals. While in the controlling cycle, it is being controlled by the wood element.

The element of the earth is represented in the three areas of the bagua map. The three areas are the relationship which can be found on the upper right,  the health area which is at the center and the knowledge which is located in the lower left of the bagua.

There are many ways to bring the earth element into your home. You can use natural crystals, stones, and even potted plants. Ceramics, bricks, and pottery are good earth element materials for your home.

Remember that a balanced home requires not just the proper placement of things but also the presence of all the five elements.

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The Metal Element In Feng Shui

The Power Of The Metal Element

The metal element is one of the five elements in feng shui. The right placement of metal in the room can improve the flow of good energy.

 

The metal element is yin in nature. It signifies the energy moving inward. It represents intelligence, life, and energy. It also represents success and it brings power. The metal element focuses on logic and mental clarity.

The earth element strengthens the metal element and in turn, strengthens the water element. So you can use it to strengthen the water element in your home.

However, one negative aspect of the metal element is that it weakens the wood element. So to create balance, just add a small touch of the fire element to minimize its impact.

The metal colours are white, silver and gold. Its shapes are circle, oval or crescent. It is considered the purest shape since its line never end.

The best things to use to decorate your home with the metal element are coins, bells, metal objects such as iron, aluminium silver, steel, and gold. Pictures of coins can also be used as decorations.

You can also use wind chimes, metallic Buddhas, vases, artwork that depicts the metal element and flatware.

The presence of this element in your space, whether home or office minimizes or helps eliminate the distractions. It creates clarity and the energy of calm.

It also brings the qualities of precision, efficiency, and sharpness.

In the Bagua areas of your home, this element is best in the north, west and northwest areas. This element does not go with the east, southeast, northeast, southwest, centre and the east area in your home.

A balanced space requires proper placement of things. Use this element to optimize the flow of chi in your place.

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5 Steps To Good Health With Feng Shui

Discover The Path To Good Health

How do you maintain good health?

 

In this busy world that we’re living in, giving priority to our health is the last thing that we do. It is one of the important things that we sacrifice the most.

Most homes these days are not suitable for healthy living. Along with stress, pollution, and unhealthy food, the bad vibrations in our place affects our health.

So, how can we have good health?

Feng Shui teaches us that there must be a balance in everything. We should be in harmony with everything around us – visible and invisible.

5 feng shui tips to consider to maintain good health:

1. Declutter your home. Clutter is the most common thing that we can see in most homes. It is not only an eyesore but it affects our physical, mental and emotional health as well. It causes us stress and makes us unhappy. It keeps us away from making good decisions.

An organized home keeps us calm and relaxes our mind. It makes us more efficient and gives us vibrant energy.

2. Food is medicine. Food plays a vital role when it comes to good health.  The food that you eat should not only heal and energize your body but also your soul.

Make your food as colourful as it can be and serve it at the right temperature. There should also be a balance when it comes to the taste. A good example would be sweet and sour.

3. Space cleanse your home. Our homes may have energies that have been stuck for a long time. Space cleansing will help you clear your house with these energies.

4. Be with nature. Trees and live plants are live energy. Take a walk in the park or go out of town and breathe fresh air.

5. Meditate. Studies have shown that constant meditation prevents anxiety and depression. It also heals the organs inside your body.

Good health is not only about the physical but also how we feel on the inside. It is a complete package

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The Water Element In Feng Shui – Feng Shui Mastery Show

The Power Of The Water Element

Water is one of the Feng Shui elements. It belongs to the yin or the feminine side. However, if it flows aggressively, it has more of the masculine.

 

The absence of the water element when decorating a space creates an imbalance in your place. Using the water element correctly in your space will increase the flow of energy of wealth and abundance. It’s the reason why it is called as another word for wealth.

In Chinse, water is called Shui. It symbolizes stability, honesty, and patience. Blue and aqua are the colours of water. Among the four cycles of the season, it represents winter. In the Bagua Map, it represents the Life Journey Sector or the Career which can be found at the bottom-centre of the map.

It represents wealth and luck. In the Feng Shui element, the moon and the mercury are related to water. It is also associated with the black turtle.

The water element nourishes the wood element. In the creative cycle, it is nourished by the metal element. It is controlled by the earth element in the controlling cycle.

Proper placement of the symbols or things related to the water element in your home can create an auspicious energy that can help you in your career. Using the water element in your home can harness the energy of this element and enhance the flow of chi.

Any shape that is wavy in your space brings this element in your place. Crystals, water, and glass bring the water element into your space.

As much as it brings good energy into your space, the wrong placement of this symbols is considered inauspicious. So be very careful.

Do not place water features in your bedroom as it is believed to put out the passion in your relationship.

Make sure the water feature of your home is facing towards your home. The wrong direction of water means wealth running away from you.

Creating balance in your home brings good chi in your place. Along with the other elements in Feng Shui, use the water element to optimize the good energy in your house or office.

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8 Feng Shui Tips To Get Rid Of The Negative Energy In You

 

Feng Shui Tips For A Happy You

How do you remove the negative energy within and around you?

We are living in a toxic world. The bad vibes that are with us affect our mind and body. It is one of the causes of diseases.

Cleansing your body and space is a vital step to remove the toxins that we have.

In feng shui, the negative energy in our space can be removed by this ancient technique called space cleansing. By using different materials such as candles, singing bowl, and the lighting of incense, we bring clarity to our space.

But how about the mind? How do you shift the vibrations within you? How do you get rid of the negative energy that’s been distracting you?

A calm mind brings peace to the heart. It helps you create a more peaceful relationship with the people around you.

But how do you achieve a negative energy free mind? Below are tips that you can do to let go of the negativity inside of you.

8 feng shui tips to get rid of the negative energy within you:

1. Open the doors and windows and release all the negative energy in your space. Let as much light enter your home.

2. Clear and organize your surroundings. Remove all the clutter and arrange your space. Sweep your house and do some dusting.

3. Put indoor plants and fresh flowers in your space. It absorbs the toxins in the air and releases the much-needed oxygen.

4. Play a relaxing music. Nice sounds or good music brings good vibes. It gets rid of stagnant energy in your place and inside of you.

5. Light a scented candle. Scented candles help you alleviate stress and lifts your mood.

6. Sit in one corner and do some meditation. It reduces stress and improves your concentration. It encourages a healthy lifestyle and increases your self-awareness and happiness.

7. Dance like you’re the best dancer in town. It’s a fun way to release the negative energy in your body.

8. Do a purifying bath. Try adding Himalayan sea salt or a few essential oils to your bath. It really is a negative energy remover.

Do these feng shui tips and live your life with a higher vibration.

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Space Clearing Session For Your Business

Space Clearing To Attract Wealth Energy

Space clearing has been in existence for thousands of years. It’s an ancient practice that is designed to give you a better environment.

In feng shui, when our space is filled with negative energy, our finances are affected. So we need to revitalize our space through space clearing.

How many times do we need to do space clearing in our business? Aside from doing space clearing during the important moon phases, like New Moon and Full Moon, you also need to do space clearing after every bad event such as heavy fighting or argument.

Tensions among employees often happen. It’s one thing that cannot be avoided. A good indicator of when do you need to do the space clearing in your business is whenever people have this feeling of being unsettled.

Whenever you are setting a new goal or want to bring in more money. Bringing in good energy is of utmost importance.

So, when and how do you do the space clearing in your business?

1. Evaluate the energy in your place. Is the energy too stagnant? Where did it come from?

2. What exactly do you want to get? What kind of energy do you need? It is important to let your goals or intentions be known. Do the affirmations like ” I bless this space and everybody working here, that all may grow and feel the energy of prosperity and abundance.”

3. Be emotionally, mentally and physically fit to do the space clearing. How you feel on the inside will reflect in your space. Make sure you have the vibrant energy. Your feelings should align with your intentions.

4.  Let your presence be known. Whether you say it out loud or only in your mind, your space should know that you are there.

5. Break down and release all the stagnant energy. There are different space clearing techniques out there. Choose what makes you comfortable. Some of the most common space cleansing techniques include smudging, using sound instruments and house blessing done by a religious leader.

 

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4 Things To Learn If There’s Good Feng Shui In Your Home

 

A good feng shui home brings calm, peace and happiness. It gives us a very light feeling that makes our day relaxing and our tasks lighter.

With the stress that we experience every day due to our busy lifestyle, we often go home to a place that makes us feel worst.

It seems like owning and going home to a good feng shui home is close to impossible. Clutter, dust and broken things are present all over the place. These things bring bad feng shui in our space.

 

If we really want to live in a good feng shui home, we have to ask ourselves with these questions. How do you feel about your home? Is there peace in your house?

Below are the things that will help you discover if you have a good feng shui home:

1. Do you keep a strong door and a clean entryway? Your door is the first thing that you go through when you enter your house. Can you open it wide? Is it well lighted at night? Check the area at the back of the door. Make sure that it’s free from clutter so it can be wide open. It should also be well-lited. This way, your place will look welcoming.

2. Do you own a clean and healthy kitchen? In a good feng shui home, your kitchen is your health and wealth area. Check the cabinets, fridge, and pantry. Leftovers and expired products should be thrown away. Organization and sanitation should be your priority. Live plants in the kitchen is an added bonus.

3. Do you pay attention to your private space? Your bedroom is your own personal space. Paint it with colours that can ignite the love and passion in your relationship. There’s no better way of showing how you love yourself than to bring more love, and happiness into your bedroom.

4. Is your toilet clean? Bathrooms have a bad reputation in feng shui. It’s one of the most neglected parts of our house. Maintaining its cleanliness is a must if you want to have a good feng shui home.

5. Do you bring a piece of nature in your home? A good feng shui home is a space that has a good flow of energy. We must put in mind that everything in our home affects us, from the things we that see down to the air we breathe. Make every decoration in your home inspiring and the air that you inhale, refreshing. Use the things around you to bring out the live energy that was once there.

Creating a good feng shui home means all parts of your home are well taken care of. From the front to the back of your house. Your relationship, health and wealth corner should be checked always and if there’s something that needs your attention, then spend time fixing it.

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Tapping Your Way To A Healthier Mind And Body

Learn How To Do The Tapping

Tapping is one of the many ways that you can heal your mind and body. It is known as the emotional version of acupuncture except that it doesn’t use any form of a needle. It is about energy.

Tapping is about emotional energy. It releases the blockages in your body and let the energy flow freely. It frees your mind, body and spirit.

Tapping was developed by a Stanford Engineering graduate, Gary Craig. Its concept is a combination of acupressure and Modern Psychology to alter your brain and energy system.

It is gaining popularity in the West. In fact, there’s a growing number of medical practitioners that are practising tapping as a form of healing.

Tapping is easy to learn. It’s a DIY thing. All you need to have is to set aside a little time to learn it.

The first thing to do is to make a script. Choose one concern that you would like to get rid of. Write down the problem that is bothering you and at the end add a self-affirmation and the result that you want to have. Remember to put your focus into words and then you are ready to go.

Use two to three fingers to tap on each of the meridian points. Do the tapping while saying your script.

Below are the following meridian points where you can do the tapping:

Point 1: The side of the hand.

Point 2: The inner eyebrow point.

Point 3: The outside of the eye but not touching the eye.

Point 4: Under the eye.

Point 5: The area between your nose and your upper lid.

Point 6: The area between your lower lip and your chin.

Point 7: Your collarbone point.

Point 8: About 3 inches under the armpit.

Point 9: Top of the head.

Start the tapping from number 1. It should be in order.

An example of a good tapping transcript is:

Eyebrow: I release the bad energy inside of me.

Side of the eye: I will do the things that I can do now.

Under the eye: I let go of all the pressure, stress and anxiety.

Under the nose: I know that I am capable of doing my responsibilities.

Chin: I am letting go of everything that is causing me trouble.

Collarbone: I welcome the positive things in my life.

Under the arm: I choose to relax and let go of all my worries.

Top of the head: I am calm and at peace with everything. I am free and in control.

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