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Crucial Factors for Feng Shui Success

The article below is taken from my March 2016 newsletter. To read the newsletter, click here. Please note that this blog, and content in the newsletter are copyright protected. No material may be copied without permission.

Feng Shui is not an exact science, nor can it grant your every wish. What it can do is free up the energy to help things in your life run more smoothly and in a more positive direction. I’ve found from doing this work for over 20 years and with over 1,000 consultations, that when done properly, feng shui can truly help us to live a happier, healthier, and more successful life. The key words here are when done properly. In this article, I’m going to point out five important things to bear in mind when applying feng shui principles to your home.

1. You MUST have an accurate floor plan and accurate compass directions. 
    Feng Shui and acupuncture were developed at about the same time in ancient China. Many of the principles are the same. Just as the ancient Chinese knew that there were invisible lines of energy flowing through the human body that impacted health and well-being, they knew that there were invisible lines of energy flowing through the earth that influenced the land, and in turn, the buildings and the people who occupied them.
    If you’ve ever had acupuncture, you know that the acupuncturist is very precise in the placement of the needles used to stimulate the meridian lines in the human body. The same precision needs to be used when applying the proper elements to the energy points in a building. The only way to do this is to make sure that you are using a to-scale floor plan and accurate compass directions. For exact steps on how to do this, please read chapter six of my book, Feng Shui that Makes Sense.
2. The 5 Elements need to be Placed Properly
     Once you’ve located the meridian points on your floor plan, you need to place the necessary elements as close to those points as possible. Like the needles that the acupuncturist uses to stimulate the meridian points in the human body, the elements are what feng shui uses to stimulate the energy points in a building. Each meridian point has elements that are positive, elements that are detrimental, and elements that are neutral. It is very important that you place the elements (water, wood, fire, earth, or metal) properly in each location. Again, chapter six in my book will help you to do this.

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