Feng Shui is one of the oldest natural sciences whose laws are still valid today.
At least 5000 years old, this science is based on the sensitive nature of the universe.
It is a time honored, sophisticated system that measures the flow of beneficial and harmful
time-space energies affecting our daily lives.
The traditional Chinese art and science of Feng Shui is creating a life,
that is in harmony with nature.
This system is based upon complex and specific calculations of planetary movement,
and detailed understanding of the patterns of energy in the earth
and highly specific mappings between the symbolism of the environment and the human body.
True Feng Shui is not based on religion or superstition.
It is often thought of as a creative, intuitive art. Many principles of Feng Shui are regarded as ‘intuitive’ and common sense.
Less well known is that Feng Shui is a science with mathematical systems, logic and principles.
Feng Shui is about the relationship of human with environment and surroundings, and how this affects
life and well-being. Improving Feng Shui can provide humans with a supportive environment to help
improve all aspects of life.
Contrary to what we often can read about Feng Shui in magazines,
Feng Shui does not work with moving furniture or placing objects around your home
to bring you good luck. Feng Shui does not work with creating money corners or where to put the pot plant to make you famous and rich. What we often see in the media is an oversimplified version of Feng Shui that creates superstition and fear.
The benefits of good room usage, furniture placement, and colours of decor can be very significant, but come second in line after landscape considerations, orientation and building structure.
Feng Shui is about understanding and analyzing a house, making structural and landscaping changes to enable the building to channel as much of the natural energies as possible.
Chinese Feng Shui masters discovered that various patterns of energy “the Feng Shui Patterns”,
and their correlations to nature correspondences to time, space and nature
impacted the human body and mind.
Some influences are favorable, while others are negative.
In ancient times it was discovered that when people were aligned with positive energy,
they experienced periods of good fortune, whereas if they were aligned with stagnant or
unfavorable energy, they would experience misfortune and obstacles.
From these observations came a defined set of Feng Shui guidelines, who formulated a Feng Shui language to represent Yin and Yang, rules and mathematical systems, which were tested and devised by the Feng Shui Masters over thousands of years. This Feng Shui language is the basis of advanced Feng Shui theories.
The aim of Feng Shui is to understand the flow of energy in our buildings, environment and our homes and how this energy impacts us on a physical, mental and spiritual level.
It is believed that everything is made up of Energy/Chi and that you attract the circumstances in life that reflect your own energetic focus and vibration. Your home and workplace are a reflection of your focus in life. Chi is influenced by the interplay and balance of yin and yang.
Rebalance your Home, rebalance your Life.