It’s important to know that the feng shui of your home can directly affect your health.
Our bodies need a harmonious flow of energy to facilitate the nourishment of our cells, cell rejuvenation and to support smooth metabolism.
Your environment may have hidden messages that you’re not aware of that may be affecting the health and well-being of you and your family.
Any energy imbalance can be a trigger for a physical, emotional or mental health issue. I’m not saying that the imbalance will cause the disease (certainly not) but it may lower your ability to fend off a physical or emotional issue.
Just as an acupuncturist can heal by placing small needles at meridian points on the body, practicing feng shui can help heal the imbalances in your environment.
The proper energy (chi) or feng shui of your space is a delicate matter, and it’s important to understand and locate the areas in your environment that may be stagnant, already blocked or basically oppressive. These areas could block healing energy needed for healing and recovery.
Now, detecting these imbalances can be very subtle. (A trained feng shui practitioner can diagnose and immediately find the problem). You however, may feel that you are not as comfortable as you should be in your own home. You may not look forward to coming home. There may be certain rooms that feel different to you and not as warm and inviting as others.
There may be an influx of illnesses in the family.
Simple adjustments as adding a plant or a light in a certain area, or moving your bed or desk to another position or even changing the color scheme of a room can produce positive results.
Now I want to take this opportunity to inform you that feng shui does not “cure’ a disease or disorder. No one can claim that! It’s certainly not a magic bullet for all that ails you! Getting sick has most to do with how strong (or weak) our immune systems are and how we fight off infection and disease. ,
I do know however, from good experience that a home that has good Feng Shui (meaning a healthy flow of energy or chi) will generally have healthier more productive occupants. When harmony and balance is restored, it is natural for you and your family to attract better health, happier relationships and more prosperity!.
I wish for you great Health and Happiness in the New Year!
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Feng Shui For Life, Love and The Pursuit of Happiness
Elaine Giftos Wright is a certified Feng Shui consultant, teacher, speaker and author practicing in the Los Angeles, CA area.