Introduction to Feng Shui

lou-pan-8.jpgFeng Shui provides a method for living in a harmonious relationship with nature. Applying it can improve your fortune in many areas of your life, including family relations, professional career and your job

lou-pan-8.jpglou-pan-8.jpglou-pan-8.jpglou-pan-8.jpglou-pan-8.jpglou-pan-8.jpgLiterally, “Feng Shui” means “wind and water”. The origin of the technique and the name lies in ancient China, an eminently agricultural society where it was thought that the best place to build was sheltered from the winds and near water, an element that makes the land fertile.

Nowadays, we take Feng Shui to be the search for balance between people and their environment, both in common (towns, parks, companies …) and in private areas (the home, the office …).

Whoever believes that their personal or working lives can be improved are likely to practice Feng Shui. To begin with, we should take three factors into account:

  •  No style of decoration is better than any other. The key lies in balance and in finding ourselves at ease in the environment that we have created
  • Move away from view any object that does not appeal to us or that we feel a certain rejection for
  • Tidy up and clear away any useless things. We need to make way for good fortune

There are different ways of focusing the practice of Feng Shui: static analysis, dynamic analysis and temporal analysis. It is the drawing together of these three aspects which creates a complete study of Feng Shui. In view of the complexity of these types of analysis, in the next articles we shall deal with the static part which although it is easily understood, is none the  less effective. The aim of these articles is to provide the reader with a guide for putting it into practice, with helpful advice based on professional research and experience.

Over the next eight weeks, we are going to be looking at the keys to how we can attain the aspirations that anyone can have in their lives in terms of:

In order to determine the eight aspirations, the first thing we need is a ground floor plan of the house, of the living room or office and a compass. Then divide the plan up into nine equal sectors and, with the help of a compass, determine where the four points of the compass lie.

Maru Canales 

Traslated articles

“Introducción al Feng Shui”

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