Wind and water are the two natural elements that flow, move, and circulate everywhere on Earth. They are also the most basic elements required for human survival. An invisible energy or ‘life force’ called Chi is considered to bind life together. Feng Shui lets us influence chi to improve our personal experiences at home, work, plan and in the community.
Three types of chi: Cosmic, Human and Earth Chi
Cosmic Chi or force of nature
Cosmic Chi influences our moods in the same way the pull of the sun on the earth and the moon on the tides. It is considered to be the source of abundant wealth, fortune, peace, honor and good health. Businesses with plentiful chi will prosper and continue to grow.
Human Chi in each of us
Each of us has our own unique chi that has it’s own path that influences our personality, interactions, and moods.
Earth Chi in the earth
The Chi of the mountains, streams, valleys, plains, and desserts have an impact on us.
Take a moment to view each slide and notice what earth chi draws you in. Is it the forest, ocean, park like or mountain view? Now imagine each person you meet and interact with will have their own unique preference! Each earth-scape reflects different qualities. The mountain is solid and grounded and reflects honesty and values while water suggests elusiveness and flexibility of ebb and flow. Too much water could represent lack of being grounded therefore a possibility of not being able to fully commit. Feng Shui principles supports balance and harmony. If you are too grounded or too elusive find support through these principles.
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