This spring, as the Yin season shifts to Yang season in the Solar calendar on February 4, 2023, favorable changes are to be expected on many different levels. In Feng Shui, there are nine twenty-year time cycles. A predominant energy affects each of those periods. We are nearing the end of cycle eight, which has been strong with male earth influences, and approaching the new cycle of period nine, which starts next year with many different influences, including feminine fire energies. It’s time to let go of the old and welcome new energies and opportunities into your spaces to enhance your environment and life. One of the most effective ways to clear out stagnant energies is cleaning, eliminating clutter, organizing, fixing any broken items or discarding them, and recycling and donating what no longer serves you or feels right. Find a home and meaning for the items you’re keeping and feel your space expanding and changing. Beneficial Feng Shui has a smooth flow of life force energy or Chi in any space, inside or out. For people it creates a feeling of balance, well being and harmony. Prosperity and unexpected opportunities start to show up in good energy flow. The […] Read more!
The most important things to do in Feng Shui for a house or business are cleaning, clutter elimination, organizing and repairing any broken items or parts of your space. Doing so will eliminate the stagnant energy and give room for new energies and opportunities to come into your space and your life, and now’s the time to do it. As we move into spring, in Feng Shui this year, Yang season starts in the solar calendar on February 5, 2022, as the Yin season comes to its end. Favorable Feng Shui in any space has a harmonious flow of chi or life-force energy (invisible but can be felt) that creates harmony, well-being and prosperity for its occupants. The five elements in Feng Shui are Water, Wood, Fire, Earth and Metal, which affect the healthy flow of chi. These elements can be enhanced or diminished if there is not enough or if there is too much of the particular energy present. Lo-Shu is a grid (Bagua) divided into nine squares, with one in the center and others to represent cardinal compass directions. Each direction and number is correlated to one of the five elements mentioned above. The Flying Stars method is […] Read more!
It’s that time of the year again in Feng Shui, when seasons and stars shift as Yin season ends and Yang season starts in the solar calendar, in the late evening of February 3, 2021. Hopefully, your spring cleaning, clutter elimination, organizing and repairing any malfunctioning parts of your space have been accomplished by now! And you are ready to welcome fresh energy and changes into your building and therefore into your life. Good Feng Shui in a building has a balanced flow of chi or life force, which creates harmony, well-being and prosperity for its occupants. In Feng Shui, there are five elements – Water, Wood, Fire, Earth and Metal – which affect the healthy flow of chi. The elements can be enhanced if there is not enough of a particular energy present or diminished if there is too much of that energy. Lo-Shu is a grid divided into nine squares, one in the center and others to represent cardinal compass directions. Each direction and number is correlated to one of the five elements mentioned above. The Flying Stars method is used to follow the movement of stars, and for energies for positive and negative, as they change locations […] Read more!