Feng pronounced 'fung' - meaning wind and Shui pronounced 'shway' - meaning water, is an ancient Chinese philosophy that involves creating space(s) that are harmonious with both you and the environment.
What feng shui is about is the placement of objects in a room arranged accordingly to correspond with natural energy flow or 'chi'.
The concept involves using colours, materials, to design the layout of spaces that create balanced ambiance and living spaces. The philosophy originated in China more than 3,000 years ago and has been embraced in Asian-Pacific places and has become increasingly popular in Western countries as well.
There are 5 elements in Feng Shui that when addressed and balanced correctly will attract the right energy for success:
Feng shui proponents believe that employing its principles in your home can bring about the chi that produces positive results and success. And really a room that’s inviting, organised, and aesthetically appealing will make life more enjoyable.
We are often attracted to properties that are vibrationally aligned to us, we must remember the land, house or building have a history, maybe a dark history or not, but history. And this also, needs to be addressed. The benefits of feng shui is enhanced with the practice of an Energetic Property Cleanse. Without appropriate property cleanse the feng shui practice of the placement of items may only cover a deeper issue.
Think of it as putting a lace tablecloth over a rotting table. Eventually the rot will seep through and ruin the beautiful tablecloth. This is not always the case but in my experience it certainly lends some credence to this, and you don't know what you don't know, until you do know.