A – Feng Shui
After bursting into the ‘new age’ scene in the 90’s, the term Feng Shui became widely accepted into western culture and everyday speech.
Phonetically pronounced ‘fung-shway’ it represents an ancient Chinese system of adjusting the design and layout of your home to generate greater success in life.
Most people now have an awareness of Feng Shui, however phew realise that there are many different approaches, ranging from various classical schools to more modern interpretations. It is crucial to understand this as there are now a lot of books and information available that offer vastly different and often conflicting advice.
One way to reduce the confusion this causes is educating people that the term Feng Shui ought to be considered like other wellbeing arts such as massage or yoga. Most people these days know that there are many different styles of each of these. It’s the same with feng…‘going with the flow’ can take many different paths!
Despite the many paths, all schools of Feng Shui do have the same objective – to understand the energy flow around/within your building and make it best work for you.
And Feng Shui does work! That is the bottom line. As Donald Trump famously said ‘I don’t have to believe in Feng Shui. I do it because it makes me money.’
Whilst not advocating it as a purely money making tool, Feng Shui IS designed to support a natural flow of abundance in ALL aspects of your life.
With high profile names such as those above still advocating the use of Feng Shui in their lives, it has proved much more than a ‘new age’ fad.
According to Tony Robbins ’Feng Shui is not only an organisational tool for your home, it is a way of life’.
Next month we will explore some fun and practical ways you can start incorporating Feng Shui into YOUR life…