About Chi Energy
Feng Shui is about manipulating and balancing the flow of Chi energy so it moves freely. This will make the atmosphere bright, fully charged and uplifting.
Chi energy flows into our homes through windows and doors. A fundamental principle of Feng Shui is that the home is an accurate reflection of our lives and therefore Chi energy that is moving too fast or stagnating in the home or office means that some area of our life or business will be affected.
Clutter is the biggest obstacle to a smooth flow of Chi because it creates a blockage that prevents it from manoeuvring. If the house or work place is cluttered the Chi will circulate sluggishly around. The stagnation will in turn affect the occupants or staff making them feel confused, sick or stuck in a rut.
On the other hand if the energy within the home or working environment moves too fast this can make people feel under pressure and therefore more likely to act impetuously. Also Chi that moves too fast from the front to the back of the house is often associated with losing wealth (money coming in but going straight out again).
Chi is an invisible life force or energy that flows through all things. It is an energy that is more subtle than electric, magnetic and thermo-nuclear energies.
Your Chi connections with cherished items are like beautiful golden silk strands. With physical and emotional clutter, they are like black heavy balls and chains. Cutting the balls and chains will enable you to move forward into the future making you feel lighter and less burdened.
Only you can decide if something is genuinely useful or loved. It is how you perceive it.
By clearing clutter in your home or business environment you can radically transform the atmosphere and bring new opportunities in.
Top Ten Tips for Clearing Clutter
Since you have worked your magic on my home, major positive changes have started to take place. Thank you, Jackie for making such a difference to my life.
....Seema, South Woodford
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