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Saturday, February 1, 2014

Feng Shui For Business ~ The Fundamentals of Money Chi

by Sharda Chaitanya

The reception area is the "face" of the company.  Here it is open and welcoming - enhancing positive Chi by the use of rounded edges and surfaces within the design.

There is only one reason anyone ever wants to do Feng Shui in their place of business, and that is to create more income.  If a business is thriving, everything else falls into place - owners are happy, workers are happy, creditors are happy.  Good Money Chi changes the entire dynamic of the work environment, and thus, the outgoing energy responds accordingly.  Conversely, the energy we want to attract by first placing it in the appropriate area, will respond to the positive Chi that has been implemented. The universal tenet of Feng Shui applies here as everywhere, and that is the placement of key items/objects are situated for the best possible flow of energy in the room (or office or warehouse), whichever is the focus of the consultation, with the intention of receiving the desired results.

For equipment or other items in the business that are stationary, for example, machinery or shelving, or pillars, for example, that are not located in a favorable spot, then Feng Shui cures are in order.  The goal is to be sure that the energy which affects money is developed by eliminating whatever might be creating a blockage.  Just about anything which is out of alignment and disruptive to the flow of  positive energy can be remedied by "adjusting" the problem with a cure, or cures, specific to that issue.  As well, the cures needn't be in contrast to the aesthetic of the space - cures can easily blend in so as not to appear obtrusive, or they can be hidden completely.  That does not inhibit their effectiveness in accomplishing a shift in the energy of the space.

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Feng Shui and the Art of Sacred Balance

by Sharda Chaitanya

Feng Shui is about much more than intentionally arranging furniture or fixtures or decorations in a particular way.  Those things are important, certainly, and are not to be overlooked.  But what happens when the room or house is finally done, when all the prescribed Feng Shui work has been applied and now you have a new place?

Let's go back and begin with the inception of the idea, the initial desire, to make a change using the art of Feng Shui.  The simple idea of wanting change is kind of a big deal.  This is where you finally decided that what you have is not working, or needs improvement.  Initiating change is the first movement toward a better situation, and it is that seed of an idea that keeps you motivated throughout the process, remembering why you are doing this.

I want to emphasize here that Feng Shui is not this huge undertaking.  The huge undertaking is more in the mind - you will have to change how you see something, particularly if that something is dysfunctional.  What we have grown accustomed to has become comfortable, familiar, and therefore reliable - you don't have to think about it. But what is happening on another level when the Chi is off balance, is that the subconsciousness is perceiving disharmony in the energy of the space, which is in turn taxing on the general well-being of those who occupy that space.  Any resistance to change, or doing something positive like Feng Shui, is ego which doesn't want to let go of the very thing it created. Sometimes we so buried our unhappiness about something that we've actually forgotten about it.  Feng Shui can unearth those feelings and help you come to terms with the cause of your negative emotions.

Monday, August 19, 2013

Another Feng Shui Mirror Cure (I Love This Stuff)

I love Feng Shui.  And mirrors.  So what a beautiful opportunity I had today to put the two together.  Again.

Here I am in my usual spot, writing at my desk with the window to the street wide open.  The weather in the City has been nothing short of phenomenal, and it is SOOO good.  So the AC stays off and the windows stay open.  Which lets in the air.  And the subsequent noise from the street.  The routine city ambiance is one thing (and an important thing.  I like it.  I find it soothing) but full-on ghetto thump from a parked car is quite another.

I feel myself wanting to get irritated, but I can't if I want finish my commentary on the NDE that I blogged at my other spot.  I keep on looking out the window trying to find the car responsible for this late afternoon interference, as though if I spotted it, it would somehow make a difference.  I hear a lot of bad so-called music from the streets around here, but this was the worst.  It wasn't the volume that bothered me so much as the horrendously low energetic vibration.  It was really beginning to piss me off!