How to Use Feng Shui Cures for Best Results
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How to Place Feng Shui Cures for Best Results
Feng shui is an ancient Asian art of positioning that analyzes the flow of energy in our homes and how we interact with our spaces. It's a way of practicing mindfulness - paying attention to how our homes affect us, and vice versa.
Feng shui practitioners use healings, also called adjustments, to displace the energy of a space and its inhabitants. Many of these adjustments involve changes in aspects of physical space to redirect the flow of qi or energy.
These are some of the most common and easy-to-apply feng shui adjustments.
One of the basic feng shui adjustments is to place the bed, table, and stove in the commanding position. In the command position, you have the widest view of the room; It should be facing the door, but not directly in line with it. It is ideal to be in this position when you are lying in bed, sitting at your desk, and cooking on your stove.
Being in charge of your space helps you feel more at ease on a subconscious level because you can see anyone or anything that may be approaching. It also means that you can see more opportunities available to you.
Sometimes it is not possible to be in the command position, especially on your stove. If that's the case, put up a mirror so you can see a reflection from the door.
Bagua Activation with Color
In feng shui, we use a tool called a bagua. This is a three-by-three grid used to map the energy of a space. You can place the bagua over a house, a room, or even a desk.
Each section of the bagua, called the gua, represents a particular area of your life. Each guide is also associated with a particular color. A simple way to enhance an area of your life that you would like to work on is to use the matching bagua color in that area of your home. These are the colors associated with each guide:
- Zhen (New beginnings and family): Green
- Xun (Wealth and abundance): Purple
- Tai qi (Health and center): Yellow
- Qian (Helpful people, benefactors, and travel): Gray
- Dui (Children and completion): White
- Gen (Knowledge and self-cultivation): Dark blue
- Li (Fame and reputation): Red
- Kan (Career and path in life): Black
- Kun (Love and partnerships): Pink
To place the bagua over your home, stand at the front door facing inward and imagine a three-by-three grid that stretches out to cover the space in your home.
Kan, also known as the race area, will be the front center area of the grid. When you start out, it helps to have a picture of the bagua in front of you as you determine which area is which.
Add New Plants
Plants represent the wood element, which encourages flexibility, kindness, and compassion. Plants also add vibrant life energy to space, making them a great addition if you want to invigorate a particular area of your home or life. From a feng shui perspective, it is generally better to choose plants with smooth, rounded leaves rather than plants with sharp leaves or thorns.
This doesn't mean that you can't keep your beloved cactus collection; it just means that you probably don't want to go out and buy a new one if you intend to use it as a feng shui setting. It is also important to obtain new plants, as they provide new and fresh energy.
Here are some things to keep in mind when making feng shui adjustments for the best results.
Set Your Intention
To get the most out of a feng shui setting, set an intention when implementing it. For example, if you've decided to activate your home's area of fame with a prominent red wall, take a moment to consider why you are focusing on this area and what you want to call it. You can even visualize the desired result, or take a few minutes to register to get in touch with your intention.
Work With An Expert
There are many basic feng shui cures that you can try on your own, but if you really want to dig deeper, work with a trained practitioner.
They will be able to assess your situation more fully and can recommend specific cures for your specific situation. This is especially true because an expert eye will see more than you because he is not conditioned by living in space.
Also, there are many known cures just to train feng shui practitioners. They will be able to guide you through them. These healings can be very powerful as there are often energetic factors influencing our situations that the average person cannot see.
When you start feng shui, it is tempting to try to adjust everything at once. However, this can make your adjustments less effective. It's best to choose between one and three areas of your life to focus on in order to give them the attention they deserve.
Start With The Bedroom
Your bedroom represents you, so your bedroom settings can be especially impactful. Because we spend so many passive hours in our bedroom, resting and sleeping, we are also absorbing energy from our bedroom environment more than any other part of our home.
It can also be easier and less tiring to start with the bedroom, especially when it comes to bagua. Placing the bagua over an entire house can be tricky if your house isn't a perfect rectangle, as is the case with many people.
To place the bagua in your bedroom, use the same process that you would use to place the bagua throughout your home: Stand at your bedroom door facing inward and imagine a three-by-three grid placed over your bedroom. Again, Kan will be the front and center area.
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