Monday, February 4, 2008

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Master the 7 Basic Steps of Feng Shui

Getting started with
feng shui can be easy when you start with the feng shui basics and gradually move on to the more complex feng shui levels. To help you get started, here are some helpful feng shui steps for beginners:

1.Clear Out your Clutter, get rid of everything you do not love.
Clutter Clearing is a time and energy consuming process that will feel like therapy, but it will help you "lighten up the load", so to speak. Do not skip this step, as it is an essential one in creating a harmonious, clear energy in your space.

2.Have Good Quality Air and Good Quality Light in your space - these two crucial elements are very important for good
Chi, or energy.
Open the windows often, introduce
air-purifying plants or use an air-purifier. Allow as much natural light as possible into your space, and consider using full-spectrum lights.

3.Define the Ba-Gua of your space by using the
feng shui compass. You will find out which areas of your space are connected to specific areas of your life by looking at your Ba-Gua. For example, Southeast area is connected to the flow of abundance in your life.

4.Study the Five Elements Feng Shui Theory to help you balance all the
feng shui five elements in your home, as well as strengthen specific elements in specific areas. For example, if you are working on attracting more Abundance, you will introduce the feng shui element of Wood, as well as the Water element into the Southeast area of your space.

5.Find out your Feng Shui Birth Element and create your environment to support
your own personal feng shui element. For example, if your own element is Fire, you would introduce the expressions of Fire, as well as Wood element, as Wood feeds the Fire in the feng shui relationship of the five elements.

6.Find your Kua Number and position yourself so that you benefit throughout the day from your best directions. Adjust the position of your bed, your home office, dining, etc. For example, if
your Kua number is 1, you would do your best to face one of the following directions: Southeast, East, South, and North.

7.Always be mindful of the state of your home and how the energy in your home influences your well-being. Make a habit of paying close attention to the so-called "triangle" that is deeply connected to your health -
your bedroom, your bathroom and your kitchen. Nothing is static in the world of energy, be wise and keep your house happy.After you have mastered these seven basic steps, you can explore the deeper levels of feng shui, such as, for example, the flying star school of feng shui, and others.

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